Infrasonic Releases BLOW4D Digital – Analog Monitors
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Infrasonic has released the BLOW4D digital/analog monitors. These monitors include onboard D/A conversion with Burr Brown DSD1796 op amps, room compensation controls, and a low frequency response switch.
The BLOW4D monitors support up to a 24-bit/192kHz sample format and have a dynamic range of 123dB. The BLOW4Ds can accept a wide variety of inputs including: SPDIF (RCA), AES/EBU (XLR), Balanced / Unbalanced (XLR, TRS, or TS).
» 2-way bass-reflex bi-amplified 5 inch near field studio monitor
» Flat frequency response (±1.5 dB, 58 Hz to 20 kHz) and wide pass-band frequency (50Hz ~ 22kHz)
» 90 watt (40 watt HF and 50 watt LF) Full discrete power amplifiers with servo-loop and perfect protections.
» 0.75″ natural silk dome High frequency transducer
» 5.25″ Polymer coated paper fiber cone low frequency transducer
» Full magnetic shielded enclosure and independent amplifier room
» XLR and 1/4″TRS phone jack balanced/unbalanced inputs
» EASC (Enhanced Acoustic System Compensation) Technology
» Input sensitivity control
» High frequency 3-step tilt controls switch
» Acoustic space control switch
» Bass cut-off frequency control switch
» 5th order active crossover network
» Front Illuminant Logo lamp and protection indicator
» High-strength cabinet constructed MDF composite with radius edges
» DA-912 Digital interface module
» XLR for AES/EBU (IEC60958) and RCA for S/PDIF coaxial digital inputs
» RCA thru out port for stereo connection
» IEC60958 EIAJ CP1201 compatible 24-bit digital input with up to 192kHz sample-rate
» High-end 24-bit/192kHz D/A converter with 123dB dynamic range
» XLR/RCA source and Left/Right channel selection switch
In addition to the onboard D/A conversion, the BLOW4Ds feature room compensation controls and a bass response switch. The room compensation controls (accessible via a switch on the back of the unit) allow the user to alter the frequency response of the monitors to better suit any room. The bass reduction switch allows bass frequencies to be reduced to better accommodate the use of a subwoofer or a bass heavy mixing environment.
Infrasonic’s BLOW4D monitors cost $399 and are available now. More information on the Infrasonic BLOW4D monitors.