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Genelec 8260A 3-way Loudspeaker System Launched

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Active Monitor from Genelec belonging to the SAM series.

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Genelec introduced the 8260A three-way DSP System.

Check out the video at https://www.genelec.com/8260A


8260A Front view The 8260A supposedly features advances in audio driver technology integrated to its enclosure design. Genelec's MDC Minimum Diffraction Coaxial Mid/High driver technology is designed to provide accurate imaging and improved sound quality both on the acoustical axis as well as off-axis.


The 8260A combines a coaxial driver (MDC™) with waveguide technology (DCW), which is designed to ensure the drivers couple coherently over their full operating bandwidth.

8260A rear view

For more info on the product, check out www.genelec.com.
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