Neumann Introduces KH 120-II Near-Field Studio Monitors
The latest iteration of the Neumann KH 120 studio monitor promises clearer and cleaner sound reproduction. Neumann has entered the increasingly competitive near-field monitor market with KH 120-II, a newly designed and improved version of its popular KH 120 studio monitor. The new KH 120-II is designed with a 8-inch woofer and 1-inch tweeter, ensuring a highly accurate frequency response from 44.1 kHz to 50 kHz.
With its new components, the KH 120-II promises better sound reproduction. Producers and engineers now have a more powerful monitor that can provide greater detail and clarity. The upgraded components and design promise more controlled dispersion of sound, making the new monitor suitable for both near-field and mid-field monitoring applications. The new monitor also boasts improved imaging abilities, delivering a more accurate, immersive sound.
The KH 120-II integrates seamlessly with existing Neumann systems. The monitor has a 50 w amplifier dedicated to the low frequencies and a 25 watt amplifier for the high frequencies, allowing it to integrate seamlessly with other Neumann systems. This also makes it possible to achieve superior dynamic control with little effort. The monitor also has a low-cut and high-cut filter, which allow it to be used in various environments.
The KH 120-II is a powerful monitor for anyone producing in small studios. With its highly accurate sound reproduction and compatibility with existing Neumann systems, the KH 120-II is an ideal solution for anyone producing in small and medium-sized studios. Neumann’s latest iteration of its KH 120 series is sure to become a popular choice for anyone looking for a reliable and powerful near-field studio monitor.