Event Ships Studio Precision 6

Nov 7, 2003 12:00 PM, Editors

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The newest model in Event Electronic's Studio Precision Series, Studio Precision 6 (MSRP: $1,299/pair), is now shipping. The new high-end model utilizes a 6.5-inch mineral-impregnated, polypropylene-cone, low-frequency driver with a neodymium magnet, which provides exceptionally low-distortion characteristics, makes it stronger and provides it with a greater level of output efficiency.

The new LF driver is paired with a 1-inch, soft-dome, high-frequency radiator (high-frequency driver) that creates a significantly expanded stereo soundstage as compared to the company's previous designs. It also features a neodymium magnet, and produces a broad, flat radiation pattern that doesn't require corrective equalization, resulting in a large sweet spot.

Low-frequency response is deep and quite accurate due to its dual large-diameter linear-flow bass ports. The port design allows for exceptional low-frequency coupling into the room, low distortion and low-frequency transient response.

The Studio Precision 6 sports a powerful amplifier that delivers 280 watts per speaker (200 watts LF driver/80 watts HF driver). The amplifier circuitry, which is custom-designed for the driver components, features low-noise semiconductors and audio-grade film capacitors. A toroidal transformer powers the amp, resulting in significantly reduced mechanical and electrical noise. The unit also includes continuously variable low- and high-frequency trim controls, a continuously variable input-sensitivity control and a switchable 80Hz highpass filter, designed for use as a bass-management tool in surround sound applications. For connections, both balanced XLR and 1/4-inch inputs are provided.

More details can be found at www.event1.com.






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