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Genelec 8260A Studio Monitors


These monitors give excellent sound reproduction. They boast 10" bass drivers which is complemented with a 5" midrange drivers and a 3/4" Al-dome tweeters. A strong Die-Cast aluminum enclosure make these bad boys tough. These are some of the better 390-watt Active Tri-amped Studio Monitors I have dealt with this year.
They retail for about $5,000 each. For more info visit Genelec here.

Here are the facts:
  • Digital Input: AES/EBU (single/dual wire)
  • Connector type: XLR Female input
  • Input sampling rate: 32-192kHz
  • Control network: Proprietary Genelec Loudspeaker Manager network (GLM)
  • System calibration: AutoCal, GLM manual, Stand-alone
  • SPL, maximum short time sine wave acoustic output at 1 m on axis in half space, averaged from 100Hz to 3kHz: �113 dB SPL, maximum peak acoustic output per pair with music material: �123dB SPL @ 1m
  • Bass driver: 10"
  • Midrange driver: 5" laminate cone
  • HF driver: 3/4" coaxial Al-dome
  • Crossover frequencies: 490Hz, 2.6kHz
  • Free field frequency response: 29Hz-21kHz (± 1dB)
  • Bass amplifier power: 150W
  • Midrange amp power: 120W
  • Treble amp power: 120W
  • Speaker dimensions: 22-7/16" H x 14-1/16" W x 13-5/8 W (Height with Iso-Pod: 23-3/8")
  • Speaker weight: 60.5 lbs.
  • Includes network cable and Iso-Pod (Isolation Positioner/Decoupler)
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