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Active Monitor from Akai Professional belonging to the RPM series

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Akai will launch in October the new RPM500 and RPM800 two-way active audio monitors.

With a distinctive black and red finish, both Akai RPM500 and RPM800 feature a Class A/B amplifier, a Kevlar cone woofer and silk-dome tweeter, all hosted into a shielded and reinforced enclosure designed to minimize flex, with a rear-firing bass port. An isolation pad is also included.

The monitors include HF Trim, Mid-Range Boost and LF Cutoff controls, as well as XLR, balanced 1/4' TRS and RCA inputs.

Each speaker is also provided with current limiter, over-temperature limiter and subsonic filter.

The RPM500 features a 5.25" woofer and provides 90W of power (50W LF + 40W HF). Frequency range is 50Hz – 30kHz (±3dB).

The RPM800 provides 120W of power and uses an 8" woofer. Frequency response announced is 38Hz – 30kHz.

The Akai RPM500 and RPM800 will be available in october for the price of $199/unit and $299/unit respectively. More details at www.akaipro.com.

 

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