Porter & Davies let us know about their Tactile Monitoring Systems, which use bone conduction to deliver sound through your backside.
In-ear monitors sound great, but don’t deliver the physical sensation of big monitors. The P&D silent monitoring systems address that gap, using bone conduction to deliver accurate, intense reproduction.
According to the company, their P&D BC2 and BC Gigster systems let players hear and feel themselves and their fellow musicians like never before
Keyboardists can choose what instruments they want the system to monitor and the significant increase in tactile connection to the sound will enable them to experience better on-stage dynamics.
At the 2014 NAMM Show, M-Audio introduced the BX Carbon Series of Studio Monitors
The BX Carbon Series monitors offer flatter response than their predecessors.
“The tweeter’s waveguide has also been enhanced for superior imaging and has been tailored to the new, superior frequency response curve,” said JC Sutherland, M-Audio Product Manager. “That translates into a wider mix position, both the frequencies and the stereo information are translated reliably, which is of utmost importance given the many ways musicians use studio monitors.” Continue reading →
At the 2014 NAMM Show, Behringer introduced a new studio monitor line, the Nekkst series.
The Nekkst line is designed by KRK founder Keith R. Klawitter, who has this to say about the monitors:
“I was very excited when BEHRINGER asked me to design their new reference monitors. They gave me complete freedom to use the finest materials and apply my lifetime of knowledge in monitor design. Now, after two years and countless hours of intense design and listening, I have achieved that goal. I am proud of the NEKKST Reference Monitors. My best work yet.”
Mackie has introduced the MRmk3 line of powered studio monitors – an update to its popular MR series.
The updated monitor line not only fully replaces the previous generation of monitors with the MR5mk3 and MR8mk3, but expands the range with the 6.5” MR6mk3 full-range monitor and MR10Smk3 studio subwoofer. Continue reading →
BASSMAXX has announced the availability of their “very compact and very loud” DiaMon DJ112 self-powered monitor.
The new model gives performance venues greater flexibility for speaker placement “without compromising on sound.” It also provides mobile DJs big system volume with a shorter, easier gig set-up.
The DiaMon DJ112 is a high-output, self-powered, bi-amped, co-axial monitor that features a neodymium magnet 700W 12″ woofer; a 3″ voice coil, 1.4″ exit compression driver; and a 1500W amplifier with an integrated digital signal processor.
Audio software company Neyrinck has announced that they will deliver two compatible 64-bit AAX (Avid Audio eXtension) DSP and AAX Native plug-ins in time for the Avid Pro Tools 11 release, including SoundCode LtRt Tools and monitoring plug-in V-Mon.
SoundCode LtRt Tools is a suite of Pro Tools plug-ins designed for post-production studios TV mixers, video game mixers and broadcasters that monitor or deliver stereo down-mixed and LtRt encoded audio.
Of probably greater interest to Synthtopia readers, V-Mon is an AAX DSP 64 surround monitoring plug-in system for Pro Tools HDX and HD Accel systems. It can handle multiple inputs and speaker feeds up to 7.1 and is compatible with the TAC Systems VMC-101 remote controller. Continue reading →
Musikmesse 2011: KRK Systems has introduced the Rokit RP10-3, a mid-field three-way monitor system and the latest in their popular Rokit line.
The Rokit RP10-3 is designed to deliver “true bass response” down to 35Hz. The Rokit RP10-3 also offers a rotatable tweeter/midrange speaker mount plate, for more accurate acoustic alignment.
I haven’t had a chance to demo the RP10-3’s yet, but the Rokit line has been popular with home studio owners, because of their great performance for their price range. I’ll be interested to see how the RP10-3’s fit into their line-up.