Perfectly-Angled Desktop Monitor Ships

Dynaudio Professional DBM50 is available now      12/06/12
We brought you news of Dynaudio's new angled monitor from back in March from the Franfurt Messe and have just heard from the company that they are now available.
Dynaudio Professional say that the DBM50 is the perfect active desktop monitor featuring a 7.1" woofer and a 1.1" soft dome tweeter. They tell us that all aspects of its design point towards desktop use – from the perfectly angled front over the ingenious waveguide around the tweeter to the optional addition of a level controller that never compromises the all-important level interrelationship between speakers.
Dynaudio believes that another key factor that puts DBM50 in the front seat is sheer quality. A spokesperson told Sonic State, "Each and every one is handcrafted in Denmark with attention to even the tiniest detail. More than 20 years of expertise in speaker design, development and manufacturing guarantees a set of monitors that go the extra mile to recreate even the smallest and most subtle details of any recording or production."
DBM50 comes with the option of adding a controller that puts the user squarely at the helm of volume control in any situation, allowing levels to be set and manipulated with precision and ease, completely independent of the computer or workstation in use. Dynaudio says that the DBM50 controller provides perfect tracking, which guarantees spot-on stereo imaging with unprecedented precision.
DBM50 Main Features
  • Perfectly Angled for Desktop Mixing
  • Every Driver Hand-built in Denmark
  • Optional Master Volume Control
  • 7.1" Woofer / 1.1" Soft Dome Tweeter
  • 50+50 Watts
  • 117 dB SPL
  • Frequency Range: 46Hz - 21kHz
  • Dimensions: 230 x 348 x 335 mm / 9.1" x 13.7" x 13.2"
  • Weight: 7.2 kg / 15,9 lbs
Pricing and Availability:
Available now in the EU, July 2012 in the US.
USD $499 MAP each / EUR 499 SSP each / GBP $415 SSP each
Volume Controller (optional): USD $69 MAP / EUR 69 SSP / GBP $59 SSP
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1980s man    Said...

Yay. Eggs, and now this. Maybe some of us could consider creating some GOOD MUSIC instead of wishing that manufacturers would solve age-old issues that never used to bother anyone.

Seriously -- the 1980s are screaming at us: "Hey, you bunch of losers! We created better music than you could ever DREAM of, and we didn't have HALF the crap that you have sitting in your bedroom -- and it used to take us like $50,000 and a REAL STUDIO to do what you can do in a week on your iPad now..."


15-Jun-12 02:38 AM

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