This Season, our Partner Gear 4 Music is providing our Artists with this Neumann KH 120 A Active Studio Monitor. This Monitors will be a great addition to your Musical Room. Underneath the Soundwave Art Canvas, there is a closet that is waiting for this KH 120 A Active Studio Monitor.
Neumann KH 120 A Active Studio Monitor in the Monitors category
Sleek and Powerful The KH120s powerful titanium fabric dome produces low distortion high frequency sound reproduction. The Elliptical Mathematically Modeled Dispersion ™ (MMD™ ) waveguide gives smooth off-axis response and means the monitor is more forgiving of diverse acoustical environments. The composite sandwich cone dampens break-up modes whilst the long throw bass driver gives low distortions at high sound levels. The monitor has a sleek black body with a robust metal grille to protect against any mechanical damage during transport or gigs. The large front panel ports reduce bass compression and mean the monitor is easier to mount in tight spaces such as OB vans. The KH120s compact aluminium cabinet is magnetically shielded and minimises resonances provides better heat dissipation and a long life. Mixing and Matching If youre using the KH120 with a mixing console youll find the wide horizontal dispersion has been designed to provide a freedom of movement across the mixing console whilst the narrow vertical dispersion reduces reflection off the console. The one-piece front panel with no discontinuities reduces diffraction and smoother frequency response. The KH120 is highly reliable due to its separate woofer and tweeter electronic peak limiters and thermal-protection circuitry. The powerful analog amplifiers with large headroom improve transient response. The production consistency across the range means any KH 120 is “pair-matched” to any other KH120. The universal switched-mode power supply means one version works in any country with robust or poor quality mains supplies. New mounting hardware options provide more flexibility when mounting cabinets in more diverse locations. Upmost Control The 4-position bass low-mid and treble acoustical controls give you the upmost control in diverse acoustical environments. The wide range input gain and output level controls provide easy interfacing with signal sources. The display dimmer is great for use in low lighting level conditions or behind screen applications. The ground lift reduces noise in electrically noisy environments and over-comes ground loops. Features High-end active studio monitor designed for mixing and mastering applications In-house simulated tweeter with alloy fabric dome Elliptical Mathematically Modelled Dispersion waveguide Wide horizontal dispersion Narrow vertical dispersion reduces unwanted reflections Inhouse modelled long-throw composite sandwich bass driver Extremely Linear Force Factory technology provides low harmonic distortion Large high-capacity flow-optimised bass reflex ports with pipe resonance damping 4-position bass low-mid and treble acoustical controls Wide range input gain and output level controls Display dimmer and ground lift Separate fast acting thermo limiter for woofer and tweeter protecting the voice coils and power amps Powerful amplifier with large headroom and overheat limiting XLR electronically balanced analog input Robust metal grilles Two-colour and dimmable Neumann logo One-piece front panel with no discontinuities Universal switched-mode power supply Specifications Free Field Frequency Response ±6 dB: 46 Hz – 24 kHz Free Field Frequency Response ±3 dB: 52 Hz – 21 kHz Free Field Frequency Linearity Deviation Between 100 Hz and 10 kHz: ± 1.0 dB Self-generated Noise at 10 cm (with input gain set to 100 dB SPL for 0 dBu): < 20 dB(A) SPL Sine Wave Output with a THD < 0.5 at 1 m In Half Space: 95 dB SPL (>120 Hz) Analog Input(s):XLR – analog electronically balanced Analog Input Impedance: 10k Ohms in position 94/108 dB SPL at 1 m; 20k Ohms in position 100/114 dB SPL at 1 m Max. Input Level: +24 dBu Common Mode Rejection Ratio (CMRR): >56 dB @ 15kHz Input Gain Control (Sensitivity): 0 dB to -15 dB Output Level Control (output level in 1 m based on 0 dBu input level): 94; 100; 108; 114 dB SPL Crossover Frequency: 2.0 kHz Crossover Slope: 24 dB/oct; 4th order Equalization (Bass): 0; -2.5; -5; -7.5 dB Equalization (Low Mid): 0; -1.5; -3; -4.5 dB Equalization (Treble): +1; 0; -1; -2 dB Protection Circuitry: Independent thermo limiters for woofer tweeter. Woofer soft clip and excursion limiters. Amplifier overheat Infrasonic Filter (frequency; slope): 30 Hz; 6 dB/Oct. Woofer: 130 mm (5.25″) magnetically shielded with protecting black metal grille Tweeter: 25 mm (1″) with protecting black metal grille Dimensions: (HxWxD): 277 x 182 x 220 mm (10 7/8” x 7 1/8” x 8 5/8”) Product Weight: 6.4kg Packed Weight: 8.4kg
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