This Season, our Partner Gear 4 Music is providing our Artists with this Neumann KH 80 DSP Studio Monitor White. 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 80 DSP Studio Monitor White.
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Digital Sound Processing For Clean Sound Reproduction The first Neumann DSP studio monitor delivers the most accurate sound reproduction with added flexibility thanks to the DSP engine efficient drivers Mathematically Modeled Dispersion Waveguide (MMD) analogue input and the broad range of mounting products. The digital signal processing engine ensures that the sound is pristine and clear whilst the drivers deliver outstanding sound reproduction with quality bass mid-range and treble results. Mathematically Modeled Dispersion Waveguide The MMD waveguide provides optimum control over directivity of the mid-range and treble drivers. The technology allows drivers to experience increased loading reduced edge diffraction and an overall smoother power response and wider listening area. The result gives the KH 80 speakers reduced audio distortion and ultimately improves the quality of sound reproduction. Designed For Domestic Use Designed for use as a near-field monitor a front loudspeaker in small multi-channel systems or as a rear loudspeaker the KH 80 is incredibly suited to desktop applications and domestic environments. This makes it ideal for use within broadcast centres music OB cans post production studios or mixing and mastering. Representing the very latest in acoustic and electronic simulation the most accurate sound reproduction is made possible within the Neumann studio monitor. Whats Included? 1 x KH 80 DSP Active Studio Monitor White 1 x Power Supply Cable 1 x Safety Booklet 1 x Getting Started Quickly Guide 8 x Self-Adhesive Feet Features 4″ & 1″ drivers powered by high efficiency 120w & 70w amplifiers Computer modeled optimised drivers & MMD waveguide 57Hz (-3dB) bass extension & 108.8 dB SPL at 1 m DSP engine with standard IP networking & Neumann Control Software Compatible with existing range of Neumann analog studio monitors and sub-woofers Specifications Woofer: 4″ (100mm) With Integrated Black Grille Tweeter: 1″ (25mm) With Integrated Black Grille Bass Amplifier Output: 90W 120W Treble Amplifier Output: 50W 70W Controller Design: Digital Active Crossover Frequency: 1.8kHz Crossover Slope: 48 dB/oct 8th Order With Phase Correction Equalisation – Low Mid: 0dB -1.5dB -3dB -4.5dB Equalisation – Via Neumann Control: 8 x Full Parametric IIR + Low/High Shelf Global Balance FIR Phase Correction: Linear Phase (170Hz – 16kHz +/- 45°) Analog Emulation Protection Circuitry: Independent Soft Clip Peak and Thermo Limiters For Woofer and Tweeter. Woofer Excursion Limiter Infrasonic Filter – Frequency; Slope : 61Hz; 12dB/oct Input: XLR/TRS Combo Analog Electronically Balanced Impedance: 14kOhms Input Gain Control: 0 dB to -15dB Output Level Control: 94dB/100dB/108dB/114dB Sound Pressure Level CMRR: >56 dB @ 15kHz Max Input Level: +24 dBu for 94dB SPL Setting Digital Converter: 24-bit DAC Digital Internal Sampling Rate: 48kHz Dynamic Range D-A – Woofer Tweeter: 114dB 117dB User Adjustable Delay Range: 0ms – 70ms Audio-Video/Lip Sync Max Frames: 1.75 or 2.1 Time-Of-Flight Max Distance: 24m Resolution: 0.1 ms / 3.44 cm Mains Power Supply: 100-240V 50/60Hz Cabinet Surface: Painted Compositive Polycarbonate Material Operating Conditions: +10° C to +40° C Transport/Storage Conditions: -25° to +70° Mounting Points: 2 x M6 Threaded Inserts With 70mm Spacing On Back Panel Depth From Outside of Cabinet 16mm Dimensions: 233mm x 154mm x 194mm (H x W x D) Weight: 3.4 kg
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