Both monitors offer distributed Class A/B amplification, with ultra-efficient power while ensuring minimal distortion. RPM500 provides 90 watts total, with 50 watts dedicated to its 5-1/4 inch woofer and 40 watts to its silk-dome tweeter; RPM800 offers 120 watts total, with 80 and 40 going to the woofer and tweeter, respectively.
Inside the cabinet are reinforcements to minimize flex, and combat unwanted coloration, while ‘preventing anomalies and sound artifacts from polluting the mix’. Radio frequency protection and magnetic shielding are integrated into the cabinets to preserve signal purity along with 14-gauge wiring to the transducers. The flared rear-firing bass port is designed to deliver low-frequency depth and definition, while a dedicated Proximity Control allows for precise low-end tailoring.
RPM500 and RPM800 include a monitor isolation pad to decrease structure-borne resonances and noise. Additionally, both feature HF Trim, Mid-Range Boost, LF Cutoff controls, plus XLR, balanced 1/4-inch TRS, and RCA inputs.
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