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[Musikmesse] Dynaudio renews its BM monitors

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Dynaudio BM12 mkIII

Active Monitor from Dynaudio belonging to the BM mkIII series.

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Dynaudio opened this morning its Musikmesse 2014 booth to introduce version mkIII of their BM Series active near-field monitors.

The new Dynaudio BM mkIII Series comprises four monitors and two subwoofers, all active. The smaller BM Compact mkIII and BM5 mkIII offer extended frequency response and SPL, and host a Class D amplifier. Standby mode, XLR and RCA connectors are also present on both monitors.

The larger BM6 mkIII and BM12 mkIII have also been improved and now include a new proprietary waveguide.

Last, the BM9S II and BM14S II have also receive their improvements.

All the active monitors ship with an IsoAcoustics isolation support (ISO-L8R 155 for the small models and ISO-L8R 200 on the larger ones).

A few specifications:

  • BM Compact mkIII: 5.7” woofer with pure aluminium voice coil, 1.1” soft dome tweeter, 100W, frequency response from 49Hz to 24kHz, 116dB SPL max, HF/MF/LF filters, 60/80Hz low-pass filters, input sensitivity switch (-10 / +4dB)
  • BM5 mkIII: 7” woofer with pure aluminium voice coil, 1.1” soft dome tweeter, 100W, frequency response from 42Hz to 24kHz, 118dB SPL max, HF/MF/LF filters, 60/80Hz low-pass filters, input sensitivity switch (-10 / +4dB)
  • BM6 mkIII: 7” woofer with pure aluminium voice coil, 1.1” soft dome tweeter, 150W, frequency response from 40Hz to 21kHz, 119dB SPL max, HF/MF/LF filters, 60/80Hz low-pass filters, input sensitivity switch (-10 / +4dB)
  • BM12 mkIII: 8” woofer with pure aluminium voice coil, 1.1” soft dome tweeter, 150W, frequency response from 38Hz to 21kHz, 123dB SPL max, HF/MF/LF filters, 60/80Hz low-pass filters, input sensitivity switch (-10 / +4dB)
  • BM9S II: 10” woofer with pure aluminum voice coil, 200W @ 4 Ohms, frequency response from 29Hz to 250Hz, LFE or slave modes, phase inverter, low-pass (Flat, 60Hz, 80Hz)

The new Dynaudio BM mkIII will be available in Europe starting April and in May in North America with the following suggested prices:

  • BM Compact mkIII: $629.99 / 519 € EUR SSP / £429 UK SSP
  • BM5 mkIII: $729.99 / 549 € EUR SSP / £449 UK SSP
  • BM6 mkIII: $899.99 / 799 € EUR SSP / £649 UK SSP
  • BM12 mkIII: $1,229.99 / 1.079 € EUR SSP / £889 UK SSP
  • BM9S II: $999.99 / 999 € EUR SSP / £819 UK SSP
  • BM14S II: $1,849.99 / 1.849 € EUR SSP / £1,519 UK SSP

Full details are available at http://dynaudioprofessional.com/bm-series.

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