WNAMM11: SE Electronics Announce New Speakers

Munro Egg speaker design      20/01/11

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James Ishmaev-Young, of SE Electronics showed us the all new SE Munro Egg. A completely new speaker design seeking to cut out smearing of frequencies and alter the way in which digital EQ is used within the circuitry of the speakers.

The SE Munro Egg uses a fully integrated active monitoring system, essentially two passive speakers with an external power amp, which only work when used together.

Andy Munro came up with the shape of an egg, due to its use within nature, as they are an almost perfectly resonant free structure.

Watch the video for an in-depth preview at NAMM.

Rich Beech
www.StudioParanormal.com

 

 


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