If you in the market for digital monitors you might want to give the Neumann KH 120 D monitors a look. The KH 120 D are the first digital monitor to be released from Neumann. You should see the Nuemann KH 120 D’s in the summer of 2014. Read more below.
Premium audio brand Neumann announced the launch of its first digital monitor: the KH 120 D. Based upon the KH 120 A small format monitor introduced in 2010, the KH 120 D sets a new standard of sonic high quality and price-performance in the small nearfield monitor section. The KH 120 D will certainly be on display at the Neumann booth at the 2014 NAB Show [booth C3217] and will certainly be available this summer season.
The KH 120 D is created for monitoring, mixing and mastering applications in music, and post-production studios. Using the most recent in acoustic and electronic simulation technologies, the KH 120 D makes exact sound recreation feasible. Outfitted with an additional BNC input for AES/EBU or S/P-DIF styles (24-bit/192 kHz), the KH 120 D makes it possible for smooth digital process right up through playback on the monitor.
The KH 120 D additionally includes digital delay for both analog and digital inputs, allowing the monitor to be used for jobs needing time placement. With a max hold-up of over 400 ms, the KH 120 D is able to effortlessly take care of audio/video synchronization issues, or merely handle time delay compensation in situations where area constraints avert equidistant positioning of loudspeakers.