Genelec 8020 BPM

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The small Genelec 8020B has been designed for monitoring in difficult listening environments, particularly those compromised by lack of space.
Genelec 8020 BPM
Genelec 8020 BPM
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Genelec 8020 BPM

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The small Genelec 8020B (Height with Iso-Pod™ 242 mm, Width 151 mm and Depth 142 mm) has been designed for monitoring in difficult listening environments, particularly those compromised by lack of space. However, size is no handicap to performance as the 8020A two-way active monitoring system incorporates Genelec's acoustic design innovations to minimise all forms of distortion.

The 8020B has a die-cast aluminium Minimum Diffraction Enclosure (MDE™), which features relatively large internal volumes; softly curved edges and outstanding mechanical strength. As a result, the imaging accuracy and low frequency extension with such a compact enclosure are truly astounding.

The 8020B also incorporates the advanced Directivity Control Waveguide (DCW™), which provides an amazingly smooth on and off axis response; while the long, curved reflex port ends in a wide flare for excellent bass articulation.

Each monitor features a 105 mm (4 inch) bass driver along with a 19 mm (3/4 inch) tweeter loaded into a new advanced Genelec Directivity Controlled Waveguide (DCW™). The free field frequency response is 66 Hz to 20 kHz (± 2.5 dB). Maximum peak SPL output per pair with music material is 105 dB at 1 m. Bass and treble are each powered by 20 watt amplifiers.

8020B can be combined with the new 7050B Laminar Spiral Enclosure (LSE™) subwoofer to provide a powerful, bass-managed and wide bandwidth surround sound monitoring system.

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The small Genelec 8020B (Height with Iso-Pod 242 mm, Width 151 mm and Depth 142 mm) has been designed for monitoring in difficult listening environments, particularly those compromised by lack of space.