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Digidesign RM2 Reference Monitor Series Powered Studio Monitor

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The Digidesign RM2 is a professional, bi-amplified, near-field monitor speaker that offers incredible sound accuracy. The RM2 features a 6.7-inch low...Click To Read More About This Product

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Digi's digital expertise married with PMC's monitoring technology results in a world-class studio monitor.

The Digidesign RM2 is a professional, bi-amplified, near-field monitor speaker that offers incredible sound accuracy. The RM2 features a 6.7-inch low frequency driver, a smaller footprint than the competition that doesn't compromise power or sound quality, and is ideal for recording studios, mixing suites, post-production facilities, broadcast installations, and other rooms that require a higher sound pressure level and even lower bass extension.

Co-developed with PMC (the Professional Monitor Company), the Digidesign Reference Monitor Series unites Digidesign's deep expertise in digital audio with PMC's legacy of fine, handcrafted, cutting-edge design and meticulous manufacturing. Together, Digidesign and PMC have created specially engineered monitors that employ PMC's groundbreaking Advanced Transmission Line (ATLTM) technology and deliver unrivaled tonal accuracy, low distortion, accurate bass response, stunning clarity, and incredible dynamic range.

Because of ATL technology, the RM2 reference monitors can deliver higher volumes and lower bass extension than other speakers of similar sizes--even if identical or larger drivers are used. The frequency response also remains consistent regardless of how high or low listeners adjust the volume, meaning they won't need to crank the monitors to achieve maximum bass response. The Digidesign RM2 is also designed for a wide sound dispersion, so listeners will get accurate frequency response even when they're listening in an off-axis position.

About Digidesign and PMC
It's generally accepted that monitors or one of, if not the most important part of the recording signal chain. So naturally, it stands to reason that when you make the industry standard DAW platform, you'd want to make monitors that will live up to, and possibly exceed that reputation. That's why Digidesign partnered with PMC, a top British manufacturer of audiophile and studio monitors. Thanks to proprietary technology and exacting attention to detail and craftsmanship, PMC counts among their clients luminaries such as AVID, Atlantic Records, Capital Records, PolyGram records, Brian May, Peter Gabriel, Paramount Mastering, LucasFilm, Ray Charles, Robbie Robertson, Robert Fripp, Solid State Logic, Sony Mastering, Seal, Stevie Wonder, Warner Music Mastering, and The Village Recorders in Los Angeles, to name a few. A testimony to the accuracy and stereo imaging of PMC monitors is the fact that so many mastering studios use them, and in mastering, the game is won or lost in the monitors. Albums mastered on PMCs include Coldplay's In My Place, Peter Gabriel's multi platinum So (remastered), Led Zeppelin's Led Zeppelin Live, David Bowie's Low (remastered), Red Hot Chili Peppers By The Way, Portishead's Dummy, The Clash London Calling and more. Digidesign's new RM series studio monitors brings this technology to your studio.

FEATURES
Professional, bi-amplified monitor
Analog and digital inputs (up to 24-bit/96 kHz)
Audiophile-grade, analog-controlled Class D amplifiers with high-quality linear power
supply units
Advanced Transmission Line technology provides high sound pressure level (SPL) and
superior bass extension
Unrivaled tonal accuracy, clarity, and dynamic range with exceptionally low distortion
Powerful onboard DSP engine provides:
Extremely accurate digital crossover for pristine imaging
Bass Port Emulation mode to emulate tonal characteristics of ported bass
reflex speakers
Precise gain trim, low- and high-frequency adjustment, and speaker placement
settings
Low jitter analog-to-digital converter (ADC) with low-noise clock oscillator
Sound dispersion design maintains accurate frequency response even in off-axis
listening positions
SPECIFICATIONS
General
Frequency Response: 40 Hz - 25 kHz
Peak SPL at 1 meter: 113 dB
Effective Line Length: 4.9 feet (1.5 meters)
Low Frequency Drive Unit: 6.7-inch (170 mm) doped cone with cast alloy chassis
High Frequency Drive Unit: 1-inch (27 mm) fabric soft dome with ferrofluid cooling
Crossover Frequency 3 kHz
HF Adjustment -4 dB to +3 dB in 0.5 dB steps; corner frequency 1 kHz
LF Adjustment: 4 dB to +3 dB in 0.5 dB steps; corner frequency 500 Hz

Input Connectors
Analog: XLR Female--PIN 1 GND, PIN 2 +, PIN 3 -
Digital (AES/EBU): XLR Female--PIN 1 GND, PIN 2 +, PIN 3 -
Input Impedance: 22k Ohm

Sensitivity
Input Level for Full-Scale Output: Adjustable from +4 dBu to +19 dBu
Gain Trim: Nominal gain setting from 0 dB to -15 dB in 1 dB steps

Analog to Digital Specifications
Maximum Input Level: 20.9 dBu
Signal to Noise Ratio: 111 dB A-weighted
THN + Noise: -95 dB
Conversion Rate: 24-bit / 96 kHz

Digital to Analog Specifications
Output Voltage: 6.37 VRMS
Signal to Noise Ratio: 110 dB A-weighted
THD + Noise: -95 dB

Power Amplifier
Output Power LF: 100 Watts, HF: 50 Watts
THD + Noise: 0.05%
Signal to Noise Ratio: 125 dB
Frequency Response DC: - 50 kHz

Dimensions (H x W x D): 15.75 x 7.64 x 14.57 inches, (400 mm x 194 mm x 370 mm)
Weight: 20 lbs (9 kg) per unit
Finish: Dark grey texture
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