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[Musikmesse] PSI Audio A214-M

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PSI Audio A214-M

Active Monitor from PSI Audio .

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PSI introduced its new A214-M active monitor at this month's Musikmesse in Frankfurt, Germany.


According to the manufacturer, it has the following features:
  • Compact size (166x446x200)
  • High continuous maximum spl of 108dB
  • Dispersion of 90º x 60º (H xV)
  • Smooth integration when combined with a subwoofer
  • Frequency range of 53Hz to 23kHz at -6dB
  • Easy installation - optional metal bracket
  • CPR system for highly precise stereo image
  • AOI system for superior impulse accuracy
  • ALG system for ideal acoustic impedance adaptation
  • Bi-amp amplifier stage with monitoring feature
  • Protection circuit for each driver and amplifier
  • Flat frequency response +/- 2 dB
  • Optimised phase coherent directivity
  • Magnetically compensated for use close to monitors
  • PSC : Phantom standby control.

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