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Q8 Studio Reference Monitor now shipping
Equator Audio Research has announced the company's Q8 studio reference monitors are now shipping. Currently the smallest and most affordable monitor in the Q Series catalog, the Equator Q8 employs the identical design characteristics that have enabled the Q8's larger siblings to obtain such critical acclaim.
Measuring a mere 13" x 13" x 13" and featuring an 8-inch woofer coupled with a high-powered, 1-inch compression horn driver, the new Q8 delivers the power and accuracy of Equator Audio's larger Q Series models, but with a more compact form factor. A 2-way active system, the Q8 enclosure is constructed of 13-ply Baltic Birch and is heavily braced for cabinet rigidity.
All Q Series monitors feature a Zero Point Reference coaxial design with Digitally-Controlled Transducers. The CPU that resides inside each Equator monitor handles a host of formidable tasks, including matching the transducers as well as seamlessly incorporating the system's crossover approach. This unique no-slope crossover approach reduces the mid-range distortion commonly associated with conventional coaxial designs to facilitate highly accurate, natural sounding mid-range reproduction that is never harsh.
The Equator Audio Q Series monitors also benefit from cutting-edge DSP technology that helps mix engineers ensure their room is optimized for accurate monitoring. Included with every Equator Q Series monitor is a software application that enables a mix engineer to manually compensate for acoustic anomalies in addition to issues created by placement/boundary and secondary reflections within the listening environment. Along with the environmental compensation, this included software also provides extraordinary control over the monitors — including equalization, mute, solo, and phase. The optionally available Q Series Calibration kit fully automates the analysis and compensation process and includes a calibrated test microphone.
For more information, please visit www.equatoraudio.com
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