Dynaudio Core 59

De Dynaudio Core 59 is een 3-weg speaker ontworpen voor de moeilijkste mix en master klussen.
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Dynaudio Core 59
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Dynaudio Core 59

Specificaties Dynaudio Core 59

• Hand-crafted
Designed, developed, tested and made in Denmark. All the drivers are hand-made at Dynaudio HQ, and each speaker is individually calibrated before it leaves our factory
• Advanced DSP
Simple to use… but incredibly powerful.
Core’s DSP optimises performance for positioning, sound balance and bass extension
• Power to spare
Each driver has its own dedicated Pascal Class-D amplifier: 500 W each for the woofer and midrange drivers and a 150W amp for the tweeter. That’s some serious headroom
• Esotar Pro tweeter
Dynaudio’s already legendary high-frequency driver has been redesigned and re-engineered for high-performance professional use
• All-new drivers
Designed and made in Denmark using our world-class Jupiter measuring facility

Gegevens Dynaudio Core 59

Tweeter - 1”
Midrange - 7”
Woofer - 9.5”
• Advanced DSP
Simple to use, powerful to listen to: it lets you tailor Core 59 for any listening environment
• Extreme consistency
All Core speakers are within 0.2dB of each other for multi-speaker set-ups you can trust
• Flexible cabinet placement
Use it on all four sides and rotate the mid/tweeter baffle for even more options
• Easy to fit
Use standard VESA mounts or install in soffit walls to tailor it to your studio
• Connectivity
Analogue and AES3 digital inputs
Maximum 24-bit/192 kHz
Depending on input signal
• Maximum SPL
112 dB @ 1 m anechoic, 118 dB half space
• Crossover frequency
312.5 Hz (LF/MF) / 5100 Hz (MF/HF)
• Frequency response *
36 Hz – 24 kHz - 6 dB
42 Hz – 21 kHz +/- 3 dB
• Principle
Front-loaded bass reflex

* Maximum SPL measured using band-limited pink noise, 6 dB crest factor, 80 Hz – 8 kHz in Jupiter (our state state-of-the-art measuring room)