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Neumann KH 80 DSP


Monitor de estudio con DSP

  • Procesamiento DSP a 24 Bit a 48 kHz
  • Woofer de 4"
  • Tweeter de 1"
  • Rango de frecuencia: 57 Hz - 21 kHz (+/- 3dB)
  • SPL (pico): 108.8dB
  • Potencia: 90W (woofer) y 50W (tweeter)
  • Panel de control para 'standby' y control acústico
  • Limitadores de pico eléctronicos por separado para Woofer y Tweeter y circuitería con protección termal
  • Ganancia de entrada y salida
  • Controles de nivel de salida
  • Crossover por DSP de fase lineal de octavo orden
  • Interruptor de 'medios/graves' externo de 4 posiciones
  • 8 filtros IIR de primer orden 'peq/shelf' de precisión
  • Set de control global de balance acústico mediante 'shelving' de graves/agudos
  • Delay de 70ms para ajuste 'al vuelo' y sincronización de labios
  • Nivel de ruido autogeneradp de <20dB (A) a 10cm@Entrada XLR balanceada
  • Conector de red
  • 2 conectores M6 en la parte posterior para montaje
  • Dimensiones: 233 x 154 x 194mm
  • Peso: 3,5Kg
Disponible desde Marzo 2017
número de artículo 406223
Precio por 1 Unidad(es)
Configuración (redondeado) 1x 4", 1x 1"
Potencia del amplificador por unidad (RMS) 140 W
Protección magnética No
Entrada analógica XLR
Entrada analógica Jack
Entrada analógica Minijack No
Entrada analógica RCA No
Entrada digital No
Corrección de frecuencia manual
Respuesta en frecuencia desde 57 Hz
Respuesta en frecuencia hasta 21000 Hz
Dimensiones (mm) 233 x 154 x 194 mm
Peso (kg) 3,5 kg
Forma del recinto - Sistema de graves Bass reflex
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459 €
Sin gastos de envío e incluyendo IVA.
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Be patient when calibrating
Alfonrock 21.07.2024
I recently bought a pair of KH80 monitors to pair with my KH750 subwoofer. I initially owned the KH120 II + KH750 sub combination, but the need to work in two different locations arose. To address this, I set up the KH80s with the sub at location 1 and moved the KH120 IIs to location 2, ensuring I had a broad frequency range monitor in both places.

The first time I calibrated the KH120 II with the KH750 sub using the MA-1, it took around three attempts to achieve the perfect sound. Once calibrated, the sound was absolutely perfect—stunning and focused. The soundstage was beyond words, providing an unparalleled listening experience.

However, when I attempted to pair my KH80s with the KH750 sub, I couldn’t achieve the same perfect sound. The KH80s sounded harsh and overly bright, lacking focus. Despite trying three or four times, they still sounded like small, bright, and unfocused monitors. I attributed this to their older design, analog inputs, or their small size. Consequently, I decided to return the KH80s and invest in another pair of KH120 IIs, despite the higher cost.

My cat knocked over the monitor stand, causing one of the KH80s to fall from about 1.2 meters onto a hard floor. This fall resulted in a noticeable scratch, making it impossible to return them. Amazingly, despite the fall, the monitor only suffered a scratch with no apparent functional damage, a testament to its robust construction.

Faced with keeping what I initially thought were suboptimal monitors, I decided to make the best of it and recalibrate. Despite four more attempts, the sound remained boxy, too bright, and unfocused. It lacked the immersive quality of the KH120 IIs.

Then, on my last attempt, a miracle happened. I played the first song, and the sound was astounding. It was finally the same amazing sound as the KH120 IIs—pure and focused, with a soundstage that made the music come alive.

Here are my learnings for achieving the best calibration:

Precision is key. The more precise your measurements, the better the calibration. Measure with care and follow the program’s indicated centimeters exactly.
Point the monitors slightly behind your head, not directly at your face. This is crucial for achieving the perfect sound.
Place your subwoofer close to the wall. My sub is to the right, just before the right monitor.
Ensure no surfaces obstruct the space between the microphone and the monitor or subwoofer. Remove the studio table if necessary.
Maintain absolute silence during measurements. Even minor vibrations during the measurement process can affect the final result.
Be patient. If the sound and depth aren’t amazing, the calibration isn’t perfect. Repeat the process until it is.
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Niknitxu 02.08.2020
Estoy encantado con estos monitores. Tenía dudas iniciales sobre su capacidad de respuesta con los graves pero me ha sorprendido su calidad. Realmente me ha sorprendido. Y los medios, para mí muy importante, se diferencian fácilmente.

En resumen, muy contento con la compra, con la calidad del producto y con el servicio, que como siempre ofrece Thomann.

A pesar de su precio para unos monitores de 4", totalmente recomendables y sobre todo muy portables.
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Lamentablemente hubo un error. Por favor, inténtelo de nuevo más tarde.
Brilliant monitors!!!
matttera 29.06.2020
After much research looking for some small sized studio monitors for my bedroom I decided to go with these KH80s. I was tossing up between these and the iLoud MTM monitors, as much as I've heard the bass response from the MTMs are amazing I'm glad I went with these as they are very, very impressive! Not only are the mids and highs extremely detailed the bass is definitely there, but more controlled and punchy for such a small speaker. I have to say one of the things that blows me away is the centre imaging, it's almost scary how well these monitors present the sound. Extremely impressed.

Anyway there's already plenty of reviews out there for these so if you're on the fence about getting them, just buy them...I love them and I can already tell after the short amount of time my mixing is better for investing in them.

Five stars.
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Lamentablemente hubo un error. Por favor, inténtelo de nuevo más tarde.
A step towards meeting sound quality.
Dia Saur 28.01.2020
These are my first monitors. I was worried that for a room with an area of ​​22m ^ 2 they can be "rather weak." I decided to take 80 or 120. I chose 80 with the expectation that if there is not enough power for bass, I will get a subwoofer. As a result, I can not bring them to full capacity, because there is enough power. In all senses. About the sound: sitting in front of them, it seems that something is in the way. It turns out this is open eyes, for the whole sound is already in the head. I'm getting used to it.
- The only minus is the DSP functionality, why the minus? Because only apple, iOS 10.3. (I have an old ipad with 9.3) win, android - they generally stayed away. ( .
I still really hope in this regard the manufacturer company will somehow work to adapt to other platforms of its software. I don’t really want to buy an ipad just for admission to the software.
In three words. Power. Quality. Detalisation.
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