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Event Announces Opal Studio Monitor

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Event Electronics has released the Opal studio monitor.


The Event Opal is an eight-inch two-way studio monitor that has been designed to reproduce dynamics while delivering low levels of distortion.

The Opal’s EX8 driver provides a response of 30Hz to 10kHz and a power handling of up to 1000 watts. A neodymium motor provides 36mm of linear excursion to the glass fiber polyamide cone.

The Opal’s cabinet is moulded from aluminium. Each surface is a combination of radii designed to eliminate diffraction inside the cabinet. The front mounted ports incorporate a variable impedance design to remove port noise, and does not rely on room acoustics unlike rear porting solutions, according to Event Electronics.

If you want more info, visit their website: www.eventelectronics.com.
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