Klein + Hummel Announce O 810 And O 870 Subwoofers

Klein + Hummel announced the O 810 and O 870 subwoofers, which were developed to compliment the concern’s range of monitors, and can be used either as a dedicated LFE channel, or to provide low-frequency extension and increased maximum SPL for the main monitors.

• 7.1 Channel High Definition Bass Management compatible with all formats from mono to 7.1
• Bypassable 4th order 80 Hz active crossover for maximum compatibility with consumer reproduction
• 0 and +10 dB LFE gain and 4-mode LFE processing
• Independent control of bass management for front and back channels
• System wide volume control via optional hardware remote controls or RS-232
• Acoustical controls adapt the subwoofer’s response to the environment
• Output level
• Low cut
• Parametric equalizer
• 45° step phase control with a built-in test signal
• Optional 8-channel (4 x AES3 / AES3id / S/P-DIF) digital input card, supporting IEC 60958-1 user bit volume control (DIM 4)
• Integrated electronic limiter for amplifier and driver protection
• Low heat dissipation amplifier
• Low frequency extension for main loudspeakers down to 18 Hz
• Low distortion magnetically shielded long-throw driver
• Wooden cabinet with a tough painted finish (anthracite or silver) and high density rubber isolating feet

The built-in 7.1 Channel High Definition Bass Manager is compatible with all formats from mono through to the latest 7.1 high definition systems, such as Blu-ray and HD-DVD. Eight channels of analog, or an optional 8-channel 24-bit 192 kHz digital input card, ensure flexible interconnectivity for modern studios. Four-mode LFE channel processing ensures maximum compatibility across all formats. 4th order crossovers and flexible acoustical controls allow for seamless system integration. Built-in volume control allows for centralized system replay level adjustment independent of the source, and the electronics can be remote located to reduce cabling.

The latest amplifier technologies and acoustical components have been used to ensure the most accurate sound reproduction possible. Robust drivers, a rock-solid cabinet, and carefully designed ports guarantee a tight, articulate, and distortion-free low frequency reproduction down to 18 Hz, even at high replay levels. Using the sum output, Plane Wave Bass Array (PWBA) techniques can acoustically improve lateral consistency in the listening area.

The can be used in music, broadcast, and post production studios for tracking, mixing, and mastering. They may be positioned next to a wall or flush mounted into a wall, and can be mixed freely in multichannel systems with other loudspeakers from the Klein + Hummel range. An extensive range of accessories further enhance the flexibility of the system.

More information on the Klein + Hummel O 810 and O 870 subwoofers.

Author: FutureMusic

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