Boasting the largest AMT available for a two-way monitor
EVE Audio has unveiled the SC2070 two-way monitor which uses the largest Air Motion Transformer (AMT) ever utilised in a two-way monitor, the newly created Air Motion Transformer RS7.
What you need to know:
- EVE Audio has unveiled the SC2070 two-way monitor.
- It uses the largest Air Motion Transformer (AMT) ever utilised in a two-way monitor.
- The price is currently set at $2,599 per monitor.
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Labelled as the “ideal instrument for mid-sized professional recording studios as well as home studios where quality is vital”, this unit is stacked with features.
The AMT enables extraordinarily detailed resolution of the high and upper mid frequencies, combining technology from EVE’s lauded SC3070 and the SC4070 monitors. The RS7 was built specifically to attain a crossover frequency of 1800Hz, which is incredibly low for a two-way monitor. The area of the diaphragm is 1.5 times greater than the membrane of the tweeter utilised in SC207.
The 250W total output power of the RS7, 6.5″ SilverCone woofer, and amplifier unit are housed in an optimised, low-resonance housing with reinforced front baffle. The drivers are protected from overload by sophisticated protection measures. Meanwhile, the cabinet’s bevelled edges lessen sound diffraction.
The SMART knob, which is a distinguishing feature of all EVE Audio studio monitors, can be used for any adjustments. As a result, from the front of the studio monitor, various adjustments to the specific room settings can be done easily.
High-resolution DSP circuitry is present in all EVE Audio monitors, while their customary low airflow noise design for the rear-facing bass reflex channel boosts the deep and accurate bass output.
The system is completed with two excellent Class D amplifiers, which deliver sufficient output power to satisfy the requirements of contemporary music production. To achieve the greatest possible A/D converter resolution, the maximum input level can be changed between 7dBu and 22dBu.
The price is currently set at $2,599 per monitor.