New M-Audio Studio Monitors Available

Avid announces a new look and sound for BX D2 Studio Monitors      25/08/11
New M-Audio Studio Monitors Available


Avid has announced the availability of the M-Audio BX D2 studio monitor series--the next generation of the BX Deluxe family.
Tanguy Leborgne, Avid vice president of consumer products and solutions, told us, "The M-Audio brand is leading the way in the mobile studio revolution. Now, the new Keystation Mini 32 pushes the category further than ever before--giving on-the-go musicians a way to create great music and effects through an ultra-playable, ultra-portable design. In addition, the updated BX5 D2 and BX8 D2 monitors extend our best-selling studio monitor legacy, delivering the look and performance musicians and video editors demand."
Here's more details taken directly from the Avid press release:
The BX D2 series monitors -- comprised of the BX8 D2 and BX5 D2 models -- flaunt a new look, and improved sound. These models from the best-selling line deliver a listening experience that's true to the source, helping musicians, producers, and video editors create mixes that translate well across listening systems. Plus they look great. Along with the exceptional accuracy and sonic definition that studio and post-production professionals demand, the BX D2 series features:
  • Technology leveraged from high-end M-Audio monitors, providing enhanced acoustic performance, especially in the low-frequency range
  • Kevlar low-frequency drivers and waveguide-loaded silk dome tweeters, providing rich, defined bass and smooth, clear highs
  • The BX8 D2 features an 8" woofer and 130 watts of distributed power and the BX5 D2 is equipped with a 5" woofer and features 70 watts of distributed power, delivering cohesive, accurate sound
  • Optimized rear port, providing extended low-frequency response
Pricing and Availability:
The BX5 D2 and BX8 D2 are available in EMEA now for £215 GBP / €255 EUR and £319 / €379, respectively. More information:

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1 Comments...  Post a comment    original story
ken    Said...

they look sort of b-stock on the picture

26-Aug-11 05:20 AM


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