The Dynaudio BM6A Mk 2 is a two-way active analog nearfield monitor with a 7" woofer and a 1.1" soft dome tweeter delivers distinctive Dynaudio clarity and accuracy, exposing every audible detail for ... Click To Read More About This Product
The Dynaudio BM6A Mk 2 is a two-way active analog nearfield monitor with a 7" woofer and a 1.1" soft dome tweeter delivers distinctive Dynaudio clarity and accuracy, exposing every audible detail for the critical and demanding engineer.
The BM6A Mk 2 monitor features onboard LF/MF/HF placement filters, as well as subwoofer high-pass filters which allow the audio monitor to easily adopt to any environment.
Integrated positioning filters (LF/MF/HF shelving/notch)
60/80Hz high-pass filter for subwoofer adaptation
Balanced analog XLR input
100W/50W woofer/tweeter amplifier
Input sensitivity switch (-10/+4dB range)
Clip indicator LED
Slow attack optical HF protection
Thermal amplifier protection
(+/- 3 dB) 40 Hz - 21 kHz
Max SPL 1m, pair (IEC Long Term): 119dB peak
Max SPL 2m, 5.1 (IEC Long Term): 120dB peak
Input level for 85 dB
SPL @ 1m (+4/-10): -14dBu RMS @ 0dB setting
Input level for max peak SPL (+4/-10): +12dBu Peak @ 0dB setting
Power consumption: Idle: 15W/Max: 130W
Amplifier power: Woofer: 100W/Tweeter: 50W
Resonance Frequency: 37Hz
Internal Cabinet Volume: 11.7 liters
Bass Principle: Bass reflex
Crossover Frequencies: 1500Hz
Crossover Slope: 6dB/oct
Tweeter: Esotec 28mm/1.1" soft dome, rear chamber, Magnetic fluid. 4 mm die-cast alu front, Pure alu wire voice coil
Woofer: 175 mm/7", one-piece molded poly-prop cone, 75mm/3" pure alu voice coil
Weight: 10.5 kg / 23.12 lb.
Dimensions (WxHxL): 203 x 335 x 327 mm / 8" x 13.2" x 12.9"
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Comments about Dynaudio Acoustics BM6A MK II Active Studio Monitor:
I bought these monitors a few months ago and am very pleased with them. They really eliminate the guess work that you suffer when using cheap monitors. In other words, I'm referring to the experience of mixing something, and then listening to it on your home stereo and thinking it sounds awful and the levels are all screwed up... That does not happen when you mix with these monitors. The mix will sound different on various stereo systems (as all recorded music inevitably does), but it will always sound much closer to your concept than if you had mixed with cheap monitors.
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