Neumann has a new monitor coming out called the KH 80 DSP. These new monitors have digital signal processing built-in and can adjust itself to a room. How cool is that? Read more below.
With the KH 80 DSP, Neumann.Berlin introduces its first studio monitor with DSP.
“Our DSP engine is an in-house growth that largely takes a previously unidentified variable and makes it calculable: the room. Anticipate clear, high-precision sound any place you are listening,”
said Wolfgang Fraissinet, President of Neumann.
Thanks to the upcoming “Neumann.Control” software application, in the future the new KH 80 DSP two-way near-field studio speaker will be able to fully adjust itself to the room. This can be carried out either immediately with some straightforward questions or changed with full versatility utilizing the included 8-band fully parametric equalizer.
The KH 80 DSP is designed as an excellent speaker remedy for recording, mastering as well as mixing in music, broadcasting and also post-production studios.
Every mechanical as well as electronic components– from the driver to the amplification– is handpicked and also balanced according to Neumann standards. The DSP engine additionally guarantees a direct frequency response with a FIR filter. This makes certain that in every listening space all frequencies are exactly timed.
Price $499 each Coming out soon Q2 2017
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