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Presonus Sceptre S6 HD Studio Monitor

Product Code: 328610

High-definition coaxial 6.5" studio monitor, with 1" HF transducer

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The PreSonus Sceptre S6 offers panoramic soundstage, fine detail and stunning dynamics typically associated with only the most expensive speakers. Its exceptional performance is the result of an advanced coaxial design that works integrally with a 32-bit processor, with custom transducers and heavy-duty DSP running TQ algorithms. This coaxial design gives a single point source for a consistent acoustic centre and a symmetrical dispersion pattern, allowing you to discover fine nuances of your music that can't be reproduced by conventional designs.

The S6 combines an 6.5-inch low/mid-frequency driver and a 1-inch (25 mm), horn-loaded, high-frequency transducer into a single coaxial unit with aligned voice coils. Featuring a front-firing acoustic port, the S6 is biamplified; each transducer is powered by a 90W RMS, Class D power amp with an internal heat sink, as well as having its own internal power supply with IEC connector and a power switch with on/off LED. Balanced XLR and -inch TRS line-level inputs with A-taper level control give you hassle-free connectivity.

The S6 provides sound quality and control you'd expect from a much pricier speaker, allowing you to assert complete sonic control and hear your tracks and mixes better than ever before.

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