Neumann adds a digital in to its KH 120
Neumann introduced a new version of its KH 120 active nearfield monitors, which is equipped with a digital input.
The KH 120 D has the same specifications as the “analog only” original version launched last year, but Neumann added on this model a digital BNC input supporting AES/EBU and S/PDIF formats with a 24-bit / 192kHz resolution.
A digital delay is also present for both analog and digital input, it allows for using the monitors in situations where time alignement is necessary (audio/video sync, delay compensation…). The delay on the analog input can be bypassed.
Visit www.neumann-kh-line.com for full details of this new KH 120 D.
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