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Active Monitor from Audio Impressions .

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Audio Impressions will present the FAR XMG2.D at the 2009 Winter NAMM Show.


This digital active monitor built by ATD2 with 2000 Watt analogue class D amplifiers (2 x 800W for the woofers, 1 x 200W mid-range and 1 x 200 W high frequency) and with a frequency response from 15 Hz to 35 KHz.

The XMG2.D frame is made of steel, reinforced by MDF with a coating on the frame and in the box designed to damp all vibrations. The front panel is covered by heavy foam with fabric to absorb vibrations coming from the front panel.

The two 15 inch woofers are designed to be capable of 10 mm excursion. The mid-range operates between 100 Hz and 900 Hz is fitted with a Helmholtz resonator, designed to avoid resonances generated by the cabinet and to guarantee accurate and uncolored mid-range.

The drivers are time aligned by the DSP and software to make the XM Range "a very powerful tool intended for studio control room monitoring and for use in mastering facilities," according to the manufacturer.

For more information, visit their web site at www.audioimpressions.com.
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