The BM 6A features an electronic 4th order phase-aligned crossover with a crossover point at 2.2kHz, which feeds two high performance discrete MOSFET amplifiers rated at 100W each.
The low frequency section is driven by a low frequency equalizer offering a choice between extended, critical damped response or more conventional higher Qt response for more level but less low frequency output. Included in the electronics is a complex protection circuit, which helps to prevent accidental damage to the drivers, yet still providing maximum transient response.
The BM 6A is housed with an elegant matte cabinet with radius edged construction on the front baffle to reduce boundary effects and improve overall sound quality.
High-resolution 1.1" soft dome tweeter, pure aluminum voice coil7" woofer, pure aluminum voice coil2 channel high grade 100-Watt RMS amplifier118dB SPL max. SPLFrequency response of 41Hz to 21kHzHF & LF analog trim filters
System: 2-way Active Nearfield MonitorFrequency Response: 41 Hz - 21 kHzMax SPL 1m, pair (IEC Long Term): 118 dB RMSMax SPL 2m, 5.1 (IEC Long Term): 119,5 dB RMSInput level for 85 dB SPL @ 1m (+4/-10): -12 dBu RMS / -28 dBu RMSInput level for max peak SPL (+4/-10): +16 dBu peak / -1 dBu peakPower consumption: Idle: 25 W / Max: 200 WAmplifier power: Tweeter: 100 W / Woofer: 100 WResonance Frequency: 49 HzInternal Cabinet Volume: 9,5 litersPrinciple: Bass reflex
February 18, 2017
In Game Sound
Love them! Dyne's are very, very good for my nears. Alex Sergerie at Studio Econimik was super patient and extremely knowledgeable in regards to monitors and helpful. He is a great guy to deal with, and I do regularly;)
November 20, 2015
Perfect for home studio
Studio Economok has an excellent speaker listening room and Louis set up a few different speakers for comparison. My initial choice was the Focal Solo6 Be, but after a blind comparison, I decided the Dynaudio's were a better choice.