PMC DB1 Gold Bookshelf Monitor Speaker (Pair)

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PMC DB1 Gold Bookshelf Monitor Speakers

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In celebration of 25 years’ production of the world’s leading professional reference monitors, we are proud to launch the hand built, limited edition, DB1 Gold – the finest version of the DB1 studio monitor made to date. This updated model provides the discerning music lover with a window into the professional world, giving access to the identical sound balance and vibe intended by the recording artist, without missing a single nuance. The DB1 Gold has the ultra-high definition sonic performance and finesse of the current professional range with added refinement to its look and feel. The cabinet features the studio heritage textured black front baffle and a black ash veneered main body. And such is the confidence in build quality and engineering excellence that the warranty has been extended to a phenomenal 20 years – unheard of in both the professional and hi-fi worlds.

SPECIFICATIONS

Available Finishes:Jet Black Crossover Frequency:2kHz Dimensions:H 290mm 11.4” x W 155mm 6.1” x D 234mm 9.19” (+ grille) Drive Units: LF – PMC Doped 140mm cast alloy chassis HF – 27mm fabric soft dome Effective ATL™ Length:1.5m 4.92ft Frequency Response:50Hz-25kHz Impedance:8 Ohms Input Connectors:2 pairs 4mm sockets Sensitivity:87dB 1w 1m Weight:4.5kg (9.9lbs)

Weight
5.0000 kg
Dimensions
N/A
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bass driver

5.5″

colours

Black

Depth (mm)

234

design

2 Way

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Dual

Frequency Response

50Hz-25kHz

Height (mm)

290

high frequency driver

1″ Soft Dome

impedance

8 Ohms

Model

DB1 Gold

power handling

150 Watts

sensitivity

87 dB

type

Speaker

Width (mm)

155

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PMC reigns supreme throughout the leading mastering houses, broadcasters and much of the professional world and are used by Stevie Wonder’s Wonderland Studio, Prince, Hospital HDTV Broadcast London and for renowned classical labels such as Deutsche Grammophon, Decca and Harmonia Mundi.

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