Good monitoring monitors are characterized by the fact that the music (a signal) is reproduced as neutrally (linear frequency response) as possible. They give the producer/sound engineer a "real" image of the music. This makes it possible to create a mix in such a way that it later sounds round and coherent on all playback options. In the near field it is important that the music is "generated" at one point. This is made possible by mounting the tweeter as close as possible to the mid-range driver. This is best achieved when the tweeter and midrange driver are mounted on one point... This is only possible with high-quality broadband modules and coaxial systems.
Our monitors are characterized by the following properties:
•Excellent resolving power in the stereo base width, the depth gradation and the height gradation i.e. rooms are perceptible.
• Instruments and soloists are clearly positioned in the sound image,
AND: the monitors never seem intrusive...