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Alesis ProLinear 720 2-Way Active Studio Monitor
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The Alesis ProLinear 720 2-Way Active Studio Monitor provides 120W of outstanding clarity, imaging, and transient response with tight and visceral ba...Click To Read More About This Product
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The Alesis ProLinear 720 2-Way Active Studio Monitor provides 120W of outstanding clarity, imaging, and transient response with tight and visceral bass. The exceptional custom LF driver features a cast frame, a stiff 7" Kevlar cone, and an oversized magnet assembly that provides high linearity and good efficiency. Excellent shielding allows it to be used in close proximity to CRTs, perfect for computer-based studios. Biamplified power provides 80W to the woofer and 40W to the ferrofluid-cooled, 28mm silk-dome tweeter. Distortion is typically below 0.3% over its operating range. A bicolor LED on the front baffle indicates power-on when green and amplifier clipping when red. (Monitors sold individually)
- 120W 2-way powered monitor
- Cast frame
- 7" Kevlar cone
- Ferrofluid-cooled tweeter
- Oversized magnet assembly
- Biamped (80W/40W)
ProLinear 720 2-Way Active Studio Monitor
- Input impedance: 10kOhm
- 110dB SPL at 1 meter at max input below clipping
- Frequency response: 50Hz—20kHz ±1.5dB, Bass level -3dB @ 43Hz typical
- Signal To Noise ratio: >90dB A-weighted, Analog In to Analog Out
- Temperature range: 0°-40°C
- Relative humidity: 30-85%.
- 9"W x 15"H x 12"D
- 25 lbs.
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I have owned my pair for about two years. Have had no problems with them at all. They are quite accurate, which is what a monitor should be. They are pretty heavy and the on/off switch would be better at the front but over all they are great.
It handled the lows good. But the piano on xp-60 creates a rattle on the highs. Ugg.
These are very neutral and play louder than the Mackie HR824 which I owned for 3 tears. The only thing that I don?t like about these is the power switch on the back(Stupid). But the forward firing ports ( which I prefer) lets you set them up closer to the wall without exaggerating the low end. I do prefer metal dome tweeters over soft dome. Other than that you can?t beat the quality, sound and the price.
I've had a chance to use this product before I bought one, and it satisfied me perfectly. The 120 watt output is suficient enough to give clear sound in both high and low end. It met all of my expectations in sound acurasy, quality, and power.Price is perfect for the outstanding performance of this monitor, and is wery well worth paying.That's why it was my choice when it came to my own sound equipment.