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Musikmesse 2011: KRK Release New Active Sub Woofers

Musikmesse 2011: KRK Release New Active Sub Woofers
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KRK, leading manufacturer in monitor solutions has debuted two new powered subwoofers, the KRK12sHO and KRK12s at this years Musikmesse held in Frankfurt.

The KRK12s powered subwoofer enhances any professional and project studio monitor system by delivering accurate reproduction of the bass frequencies down to 34Hz.

KRK12s features a specially designed curved baffle front plate that virtually eliminates diffraction distortion, enhancing pure bass reproduction down to 34Hz from the 12-inch, Kevlar woven high excursion driver cone.

The internally mounted power amplifier yields a 225W RMS power rating that delivers 110dB music and 113dB peak sound pressure levels.

The line out, high-pass crossover is fixed at 80Hz with a subwoofer low-pass filter variable from 50Hz to 130Hz.

The cabinet features XLR, 1/4-inch TRS and RCA inputs, and XLR and RCA outputs, a system volume control with a range of -30dB to +6dB, subwoofer/line out bypass, phase reverse switch and ground lift switch.

In addition to the KRK12s the new KRK12sHO powered subwoofer can easily handle the sonic rigors of the surround sound arena, making it an ideal match for KRK's Exposé or VXT8 monitors driven to high sound pressure levels.

The KRK12sHO brings big system performance to any studio environment where ultra-accurate bass extension and maximum sound levels are required.

The KRK 12sHO cabinet features a 12-inch high excursion woven Kevlar driver cone set in a curved baffle front plate designed to virtually eliminate diffraction distortion.

The integrated power amplifier delivers 400w RMS performance yielding a sound pressure level of 113dB music and 116dB peak.

The crossover is a fixed high-pass 80Hz with a subwoofer low-pass filter control variable from 60Hz to 160Hz, giving the KRK12sHO a generous frequency range of 29 to 160Hz to complement the sonic signature of any control room.

The cabinet features combi-jack inputs, thermal and overload/clip protection, LFE input gain, XLR outputs, a special subwoofer/line bypass footswitch connection, phase reverse switch and variable phase adjust capabilities.

Posted on 7 Apr 2011 11:32 to category : Instruments News

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