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[NAMM] Behringer NEKKST K5 & K8 Studio Monitors

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Behringer has launched the NEKKST K5 and K8 near-field monitors developed by monitor designer and founder of KRK, Keith R. Klawitter.

The NEKKST K5 and K8 monitors include a patent-pending means of switching between studio tunings, as well as ultra-linear DSP correction, multiple analog and digital inputs, iOS and Bluetooth connectivity. Both models come with 1" silk dome tweeters and long-throw glass fiber cone woofers; 8" and 5" respectively.

NEKKST K5 features :

  • 100W bi-amplification with 4 amplifiers
  • iOS App features selection of famous monitor models and preferred artist listening environments
  • Bluetooth mode for wireless streaming of stereo audio
  • True bi-amping mode with 4 amplifiers
  • 1” silk dome tweeter
  • Long-throw 5” woofer with glass fiber cone
  • USB input to directly connect digital audio sources
  • Two analog inputs featuring XLR, TRS and RCA connectors that can be used simultaneously with USB source
  • Separately controlled limiter for low and high-frequency overload protection 

NEKKST K8 Features:

  • 150W bi-amplification with 4 amplifiers
  • iOS App features selection of famous monitor models and preferred artist listening environments
  • Bluetooth mode for wireless streaming of stereo audio
  • True bi-amping mode with 4 amplifiers
  • 1” silk dome tweeter
  • Long-throw 8” woofer with glass fiber cone
  • USB input to directly connect digital audio sources
  • Two analog inputs featuring XLR, TRS and RCA connectors that can be used simultaneously with USB source
  • Separately controlled limiter for low and high-frequency overload protection
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