Alesis Intros Elevate 6 Studio Monitor

Alesis-Elevate-6At the 2014 NAMM Show, Alesis introduced the Elevate 6 Studio Monitor – an active studio monitor design.

Key Features:

  • 75 Watt continuous output power (per speaker)
  • Bi-amplified design, active crossover, flat frequency response
  • 6″ low-frequency driver; 1″ silk dome tweeter
  • High-density wood cabinets with bass porting
  • Elliptical waveguides, widened listening area
  • Radial-edge baffles reduce distortion
  • ERP compliant – auto shut-off

A passive version of the Elevate 6 is also being introduced. It offers 100 Watts (RMS, per speaker) of power.

Details on pricing and availability are to come.

4 thoughts on “Alesis Intros Elevate 6 Studio Monitor

  1. They announced the Elevate 5 at NAMM last year, and it didn’t hit stores until November! So I wouldn’t hold your breath for these. I bought a pair of Elevate 5 and out of the box they didn’t work. Returned them and got something else. There are better crap powered speakers for the price.

    I do have a pair of Elevate 3, and for $70 they are pretty great computer speakers. The auto on/off feature is great.

  2. If the Elevate 5 cost $150, and the Elevate 6 presumably more, then I would rather either spend $70 on Elevate 3, or $200 on AudioEngine A2.

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