Category Monitors

KRK 10s Subwoofer

I added the KRK 10s subwoofer to the studio. I heard of people being happy with this subwoofer paired with the Adam A7 monitors. They go well together. It didn't take me very long to get the two in line with each other.Read More

Yorkville Coliseum C130/70 Monitors

One thing lead to another and I ended up with ten (yes, count them TEN) Yorkville C130/70 speakers.Read More

JBL 4406 Studio Monitor

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The model 4406, part of the 4400 series, is an excellent choice for music recording, broadcast and post production monitoring. JBL monitors utilize sophisticated design techniques and high performance materials, such as titanium, neodymium, polypropylene, kevlar, and carbon fiber composites to provide smooth, accurate sound reproduction. Each model 4406 is a wall-mountable, 2-way monitor system featuring a 6.5 inch woofer and 1 inch titanium dome tweeter.

The 4406 is the most compact of JBLs studio monitors and is intended for use where space is restricted. Its close driver spacing produces a coherent sound source, making it ideal as a direct-field monitor for console placement.

The 4406 reflects the same design principles which characterize all JBL m...

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ADAM A7 Studio Monitors

From the ADAM website: The A7 matches the A.R.T. tweeter with a state of the art 6.5″ woofer that introduces a new cone material combining high rigidity and high internal damping with low weight, resulting in an extremely accurate monitor with all the clarity, detail and spectacular imaging traditionally associated with the ADAM name.

The A7 is powered by two 50W RMS amps (one per driver). The front panel sports both a power switch and volume control. The rear panel houses controls for tweeter level and two shelving filters for high and low frequencies. The unit also features both balanced (XLR) and unbalanced (RCA) input connectors, allowing it to be used in almost any audio application.

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Woofer – 165mm (6,5″),Rohacell / Carbonfibre sandwich
Tweeter – A.R.T...
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