The Amphion One25A is here!

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The Amphion One25A is here!

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Following its industry debut in April at the 2023 NAMM Show in Anaheim, CA, the One25A is the first 3-way active studio monitor from Amphion is now shipping.

The Amphion One25A is a powerful full range monitor with a sealed design for the modern studio environment whether it be commercial, educational facilities, post-production, classical recording or film composing. Despite the active design the new monitor stays true to the 25-year commitment Amphion has for advanced acoustic design, a pure refined signal path and meticulous craftsmanship. The brand designed this new monitor with the same ethos as the previous passive speakers by focusing on results.

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The development process of the One25A started in 2019. During this path we left no stones unturned. This sort of crazy dedication, it makes no sense, but we feel that because it’s a statement product we needed to get it 100% right,” says Anssi Hyvönen, CEO of Amphion.

The 3-way active monitor features an innovative sealed dual cabinet, which is designed both as a stiffening support structure and as a physical-energy dispersion filter. It utilizes the mass of the sub-driver, and how it connects to the bracing structure to control the resonance of the whole enclosure to provide superior resolution and clarity. The new tweeter and midrange driver of the One25A are in an isolated sealed chamber to minimize the bass woofer’s negative effects like pressure changes, which leads to high midrange and treble resolution ensuring crystal clear transparency. Additionally, the baffle around the midrange chamber is acoustically symmetrical for a smooth frequency curve and precise imaging. The design also incorporates Amphion’s signature 5th generation waveguide and U/D/D (Uniformly Directive Diffusion) into the One25A ensuring driver integration, eliminating cabinet diffractions and producing a uniform, even response through a broad frequency band.

For more info, visit Amphion here.