Welcome to Kelly's Music & Computers Blog

The latest news, rumours, tips and insights into music technology from Kelly's Music & Computers!

Join one of our monthly newsletters to find out about new products, updates, sales, special promotions and more!

You can also view blog entries prior to 2011.

We've answered over 30,000 questions about music & computers - why not ask us yours?

Thursday, May 8, 2014

M-Audio Carbon Series Studio Monitors

M-Audio Carbon Series Studio Monitors

M-Audio Carbon Series M-Audio's Carbon BX5, Carbon BX6 and Carbon BX8 studio monitors helps you track, monitor, and mix with confidence by providing accurate sound and dynamic acoustic control. Equipped with a woven Kevlar low-frequency driver and natural silk dome tweeters, the BX Carbon series delivers a flat frequency response, enhanced stereo imaging, and increased clarity for authentic, professional mixing. The bi-amplified class A/B amplification means high power with less noise and ensures that your monitoring setup can handle today's modern music with ease. With the BX Carbon series, your music is ready for any listening environment.

Sharing the same feature set, the Carbon series has three models to choose from:
Mixing doesn’t occur in a vacuum. Your listening environment influences your mixing decisions and, ultimately, the sound of your music. The Carbon's Acoustic Space Control, a series of calibration tools, helps provide optimal acoustic conditions for tracking, mixing, and monitoring anywhere. Adapt the Carbon to any mixing environment—from bedrooms to basements to professional studios without compromising frequency detail or stereo image. The result is a flexible monitoring setup for the most demanding mixing environments.

The tweeter’s waveguide has been enhanced to provide an expansive sweet spot and superior stereo imaging. A wider mix position gives you professional monitoring for any caliber studio. Pinhole-mounted LED placement cues help locate and light up the sweet spot to ensure a speaker placement that reliably translates stereo information and frequencies. When the LEDs turn bright, you know you’re dead center and ready to start mixing your sessions or laying down tracks with the Carbon.

No comments:

Post a Comment