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Kali Audio LP-6 Limited White Edition


Active Near-Field Monitor

  • Limited White edition
  • Equipment: 6.5" Woofer and 1" "Soft Dome" tweeter
  • Power: 40 W + 40 W
  • Class-D amplifier
  • Frequency range: 39 - 25,000 Hz (-10 dB), 47 - 21,000 Hz (+/- 3 dB)
  • Maximum SPL: 112 dB
  • EQ for adaptation to the installation site
  • Connections: XLR and jack 6.3 mm balanced and RCA unbalanced
  • Dimensions (H x W x D): 359 x 222 x 260 mm
  • Weight: 7.01 kg
  • Colour: White
  • Price per piece
Speaker size 1x 6,5", 1x 1"
Amplifier power per unit (RMS) 80 W
Magnetic Shielding No
Analogue XLR Input Yes
Analogue Input (Jack) Yes
Analogue Input (Mini Jack) No
Analogue Input (RCA) Yes
Digital input No
Manual frequency correction Yes
Item number 458226
172 €
Including VAT; Excluding 20 € shipping
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Standard Delivery Times
Delivery approx. between Tuesday, 26.10. and Wednesday, 27.10.
175 Sales Rank

63 Customer Reviews

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4.6 / 5




David.R 12.09.2019
Hard to believe what these guys are capable of. Decided to conduct a listening test comparing these with 2 of my housemates speakers; the Adam T7V and the Yamaha HS7.

In terms of frequency response we agreed that the Kalis seemed the more neutral of the 3 with the Adams having more of a scooped sound (with lots of HF detail, unsurprising, given the ribbon tweeter) and the Yamahas were comparatively lacking in low end power.

The imaging on these has to be heard to be believed and simply blew the Adams and Yamahas out the water, having both more clearly defined stereo separation and having a much, much broader sweet spot in terms of listening position.

Thanks to the front firing bass port on the Kalis, bass response is tighter and more punchy than the other monitors, especially at low volumes.

One of my housemates has decided to sell his Adams to get these and the other said he may well have done the same if he didn't have his Yamahas paired with a sub.


Fantastic looking and excellent sounding
Manos Bits 07.04.2021
In general:

After reading many reviews I bought those speakers for desktop PC use. Been an audiophile I did evaluate them with 5 zeros tube equipment, preamp, phono and streamer. It was a surprise how good they sound in comparison with 20 times costing hi-end speakers


- Fantastic looking and excellent sounding speakers
- They need burn in some 100 hours for optimum performance
- Very good and controled bass response
- Very detailed sound and accurate imaging
- Very useful RCA unbalanced input and DIP calibrating
- I doubt if there is something better in this price level
- They deserve the 20 euros for the fine white finish
- Can be used undoubtedly and easily for a Hi-Fi setup
- Will not fit small desktops due to their volume and dimensions

100% recommended!!


Amazing studio monitors
rnatels 18.03.2019
I use these to do some casual mixing and for music listening (mainly metal). They are very clear. The bass is good and tight but if you're using these on a desk remember to decouple them otherwise you will get tons of resonance. I've been using them for some weeks and I don't find them fatiguing to listen to for long periods of time as I did with other studio monitors/speakers. The only dip switches I really tested were the bass and treble ones and these give you enough freedom to shape the sound to your taste and/or room needs.

The build is quite sturdy and they are on the large side. The plastic in the front is better quality than I thought it would be. I find them very good looking in white.

They also work great in a living room, much better than a sound bar.

You can't go wrong with these especially for the price. These are amazing studio monitors period. Not "entry-level" good.


Articulate, Bang for Buck, Minor Issues
Kiwifruit 23.03.2021
I use this product in my home studio, for mixing metal and recording music.

They replaced my previous KRK Rokit 6, and I can say that they have a lot more clarity in all frequency ranges. Less HiFi sounding, my mixes have certainly improved.

Pros: Great price, solid build, light, good looking and perform well

Cons: They switch themselves off randomly due to a power saving feature that you can disable by looking up the fix on YouTube. It requires you to open the speaker and that probably voids the warranty.

They have a really crappy power amplifier in them, so there's a very faint hiss at all times no matter how low the volume is, they'll make this noise.

Eventually you tune it out and it has no effect on how my mixes turn out at the end. It's a shame they didn't put a slightly better amplifier in them because they're in the same range as the KRKs which were basically silent.

Very strange decision by Kali.

Either way, I'd still take these over the KRKs in a heartbeat as they're superior for mixing, as monitors.


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