DEEP BASS IN A SMALL SPACE
KH 750 DSP
The compact KH 750 DSP is the ideal choice for smaller rooms and smaller studio monitors, such as the KH 80 DSP. It has a unique and flexible 2.0/0.1 Bass Manager allowing the subwoofer to be used in many different system configurations. On the back panel there are analog and digital inputs and outputs, four routing modes and adaptable acoustical controls to allow for seamless system integration.
COMPACT DSP-CONTROLLED CLOSED CABINET SUBWOOFER
THE ART OF BALANCING PARAMETERS TO ACHIEVE UNCOMPROMISING RESULTS
Our philosophy in developing monitors can be summed up in one rather lengthy sentence. And yet, as any physicist, electrical engineer or acoustician will gladly confirm, it describes something unattainable: “Every monitor loudspeaker should fill the room with uniform energy across the entire frequency range, especially at the listening position, and in the process, it must interact flexibly with the room, the con-struction, installation and the monitoring environment without any loss of precision.” We even go a step further. In terms of development, our goal is not less inherent noise, less harmonic distortion, less intermodulation, or less resonance – but none at all. Zero. We are very much aware that this goal will remain unachievable, since we cannot repeal certain basic laws of physics. But: This goal affects our way of working, our point of view and our approach. We try to eliminate all disruptive factors. This way of thinking opens up possibilities, other ways of doing things. It forces us to pursue a different kind of reasoning and consider solutions outside the box.What may initially sound like an uncompromising approach, actually demands the exact opposite in practice: The boldness to make informed compromises.
A good loudspeaker is not comprised of single values, rather it is a complex, interdependent composite system. That is why we don’t look at single values, but rather at the overall structure.
NEUMANN – EXCELLENCE IN SOUND
And that is also why we put enormous simulation efforts towards this – with software that we are developing ourselves along the way. This data helps us to prioritize, since we are looking for the optimum ratio of acoustic excellence and parasitic effects. This is about finding the right balance of all parameters, in order to achieve an optimum effortless signal conversion for the application scenarios of our KH series.
THE RESULT IS AUDIBLE
Our philosophy includes further demands: Minimal intermodulation distortion, low group delay, no latency, no resonances, no rattling elements, a well-defined dispersion and a mechanically robust implementation. Guaranteed sound pressure levels that fit the respective application. Versatile pro- tective mechanisms against signal peaks, so that every product is secure against inadvertent failures. Every one of our models must prove itself with a 1,000 hour test at full load. And last but not least: All features must correspond to the respective application and satisfy the associated requirements. We don’t see this philosophy as arrogance, but as humility towards the people who rely on our tools. Expecting the impossible leads us down new, and sometimes surprising, paths to new solutions and new possibilities. This can be heard in the Neumann KH studio monitor series because it is built on a rich heritage. You expect the best. So we give you our best.