Monday, November 01, 2004

Heard any good nearfeilds lately?

ProLinear 820 DSP SpecificationsInput:

Nominal input level: +4dBu
(-15dBFS). Maximum input level: +20dBu (7.0 Vrms)
Input impedance: 10k?


Sound Pressure Level (SPL): ~113db at 1 meter at max input below clipping.
Low Frequency (LF) power: 80 watts RMS, ~120 watts peak.
High Frequency (HF) power: 40 watts RMS typical, ~120 watts peak. Frequency response: 50hz – 20kHz +/- 1.5dB. Bass level -3dB @ 39hz typical,
Signal To Noise ratio: > 90 dB A-weighted, Analog In to Analog Out,

Power Requirements:
Input voltage: 100v – 230v
Input frequency: 47 – 63 Hz
Power consumption: 20 W (idle)
130 W (typical, at maximum volume)

Environmental Requirements:
Temperature range: 0-40 degrees C. Relative humidity (non-condensing): 30-85%.

Cabling Requirements:
Mixer to Speaker: Balanced or unbalanced, shielded; XLR or º” TRS connector.
Speaker to PC: Standard 9-pin, RS-232 serial cable (male-female).
Speaker to Speaker: Standard 9-pin, RS-232 serial cable (male-female).


Size (HxWxD): 17" x 11" x 13.5" (440mm x 280mm x 345mm)

Weight: 32lbs (14.6kg)


The features and specifications of the Alesis ProLinear Monitors are subject to change at any time without notice.

It took me a good month to get use to them, but they sound great..its amazing how much bass these babies can take...Now thats not always a good thing...not everybody has $1,300 pair of speakers for ther listening pleasure..but not just how hard the bass hits but the dimension of the bass. you can feel the roundness of the bass which is very important in hip want that bass to come from all sides of you not just down the middle..For you mixing engineers you know what i mean for rookies your just gonna have to figure that one out. I used Alesis monitor one for a few years and what i like about what alesis did with ProLinear 820 DSP is they maintained the highs and its like listening to the same speaker but with a proper sub...
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