Kali Audio LP 8
Active Near-Field Monitor
- Equipment: 8" Woofer and 1" "Soft Dome" tweeter
- Power: 60 W + 40 W
- Class-D amplifier
- Frequency range: 37 - 25,000 Hz (-10 dB), 45 - 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 Cinch unbalanced
- Dimensions (H x W x D): 419 x 254 x 280 mm
- Weight: 9 kg
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3-D Imaging Waveguide
The waveguide on the Lone Pine Series studio monitors ensures that the directivity of the loudspeaker is smooth throughout its frequency response. What’s more: it’s calibrated so that the sound power of the loudspeaker helps you to perceive sound accurately.
In practical terms, what this means is that you’re hearing spatial details in the recording that allow your brain to place elements of the recording in the space around you. This gives the speakers a more natural, lifelike feel that exposes more of the detail of the material that you’re working on. This level of detail makes it easier to make critical decisions, as well as making these monitors pleasurable to mix on and listen to in general.
Low Noise Port Tube
We wanted to put a port on the front of the LP-Series studio monitors so that they could be used in small spaces where they’d be placed against walls. At the same time, we didn’t want noise from the front port to distract from the accuracy of the speaker, so we developed a special front port that doesn’t make noise.
On most port tubes, air leaves at different speeds from different points of the opening, creating noisy turbulence. This turbulence can be heard as “chuffing,” or an audible air sound coming from the monitor. This sound will add to the noise floor and obscure the details of the low end.
The port tube on LP-6 was designed to ensure that all of the air leaves the port tube at the same velocity. This helps add to the low end response of the speaker, while keeping the bass clean, tight, and devoid of extra noise.
*Measured at 8 meters and .4 Vrms and normalized to .4 Vrms/1 meter. Measured in a hemi-anechoic environment by Pro Sound Testing
The LP-6 has the lowest distortion in its class; a full 6 dB lower than its nearest competitor. This is achieved via design considerations that optimize woofer performance. Distortion on the LP-8 is even lower. Like our frequency response data, this data was collected by Pro Sound Testing in Greenville, IN.