Neumann KH 120 D Studio Monitor with Digital I/O and Digital Delay

Neumann KH 120 D Studio Monitor with Digital I/O and Digital Delay

Neumann KH 120 D Studio Monitor with Digital I/O and Digital Delay

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Neumann KH 120 D Studio Monitor with Digital I/O and Digital Delay

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  • 5.25" Composite Sandwich Woofer Cone
  • 1" Titanium Dome Tweeter
  • Digital BNC Input and Buffered Ouput
  • Lipsync and Time-of-Flight Delay
  • 160 W Peak Analog Class-AB Amplifier
  • Elliptical Modeled Dispersion Waveguide
  • Wide Horizontal Dispersion
  • Narrow Vertical Dispersion
  • 4-Position Bass, Low-Mid, Treble Control
  • New Mounting Hardware Options
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The Neumann KH 120 D Studio Monitor with Digital I/O and Digital Delay combines a 1" titanium fabric dome tweeter powered by 50 W RMS (80 W peak) of analog amplification with a 5.25" long throw composite sandwich cone bass driver powered by 50 W RMS (80 W peak) analog amplification with dual front panel bass ports. The two speaker drivers are mounted in an elliptical mathematically modeled dispersion waveguide for smoother off-axis response and a more forgiving sound signature in different acoustical environments.

This model is designed to be used as a near-field loudspeaker or as a rear loudspeaker in larger multi-channel systems. It features both analog and daisy-chainable digital BNC I/O for flexible digital inter-connectivity (24 bit, 192 kHz, AES3, and S/P-DIF). It also features digital Lipsync delay (from 0 to 10/12 frames) for aligning audio and video signals as well as digital time-of-flight delay (from 0 to 400 ms) to compensate for different listening distances.

The front panel is made from one piece without discontinuities to reduce diffraction with protective metal grills and the cabinet is made of magnetically shielded aluminum to reduce resonances, improve heat dissipation, and extend the operating lifetime of the unit. The monitor is suitable for professional tracking, mixing, and mastering applications in broadcast, project, and post-production studios.

The system delivers a free field frequency response of 52 to 21,000 Hz with 4-position bass, low-mid, and treble acoustical controls for tailoring the response to different rooms and an input gain control from 0 to -15 dB. The front panel Neumann logo functions as an LED indicator for power and clip/limiting but can also be dimmed for light applications and for use when placed behind screens. A variety of wall, ceiling, truss, subwoofer, stand, and surface mounting options are available through a range of accessories (sold separately).

Digital BNC Input and Buffered BNC Output
Provides flexible and trouble-free digital inter-connectivity, 192 kHz, AES3 and S/P-DIF)
Lipsync Delay (0 to 10/12 Frames)
Allows you to align audio and video signals
Time-Of-Flight Delay (0 to 400 ms)
Allows system to compensate for listening distance differences
Titanium Fabric Dome
Provides low-distortion high-frequency reproduction
Elliptical Mathematically Modeled Dispersion Waveguide
Provides smoother off-axis response for more forgiving and diverse acoustic environments
Composite Sandwich Cone
Provides Damping of break-up modes
Long Throw Bass Driver
Enables low distortion at high sound levels
Two-Color + Dimmable Neumann Logo
Displays operation status and activation of the extensive protection system
Metal Grill
Protects against mechanical damage
Large Front Panel Ports
Reduces bass compression and makes it easier to mount in tight spaces such as OB vans
Compact Magnetically Shielded Aluminum Cabinet
Minimizes resonances and provides better heat dissipation for a longer product life
Wide Horizontal Dispersion
Provides freedom of movement across the mixing console
Narrow Vertical Dispersion
Reduces reflections off the mixing console
One-Piece Front Panel Without Discontinuities
Reduces diffraction and smoother frequency response
Powerful Analog Amplifiers With Ample Headroom
Improves transient response
Production Consistency
Ensures matched pairs
4-Position Bass, Low-Mid and Treble Acoustic Controls
Enables more control in diverse acoustical environments
Wide Range of Input Gain and Output Level Controls
Enables easier interfacing with signal sources
New Mounting Hardware Options
Offers flexibility in mounting cabinets in more diverse locations
Display Dimmer
Allows adjustments for low lighting conditions or behind the screen applications
Ground Lift
Reduces noise in electrically noisy environments and over comes ground loops
Universal Switched-Mode Power Supply (100 to 240 V)
Allows for one version to work in any country and with poor quality main power supplies
Separate Woofer and Tweeter Electronic Limiters and Thermal Protection Circuitry
Ensures long-term reliability
UPC: 615104189317
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Neumann KH 120 D Studio Monitor with Digital I/O and Digital Delay
  • Power Cable (European and US Version)
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty
  • Table of Contents
    • 1Description
    Acoustics
    Frequency Response Free Field: 52 to 21,000 Hz ±3 dB
    Pass Band Free Field: 54 to 20,000 Hz ±2 dB
    Self Noise < 20 dB(A) at 10 cm
    Total Harmonic Distortion (THD) > 100 Hz (<0.5% at 96 dB SPL at 1 m)
    Max SPL Level Full Space: 105.1 dB
    Half Space at 3% THD at 1 M: 111.1 dB

    Short Term SPL with IEC-Weighted Noise: 107 dB(C)
    With Music Material at 2.3 m (pair): 97 dB(C) (full range), 104 dB(C) (with subwoofer)

    Long Term SPL with Pink Noise at 2.3 M, In Typical Listening Conditions (single/pair): 88/93 dB(C) SPL (full range, 89/94 dB(C) SPL (with subwoofer)
    Bass Capability 104.8 dB (Averaged between 50 and 100 Hz at Max SPL in half space at 3% THD at 1 m)
    Electronics
    Amplifier Woofer: 50 W (80 W peak)
    Tweeter: 50 W (80 W peak)
    Controller Design Analog, active
    Crossover Frequency 2,000 Hz
    Crossover Slope 24 dB/octave, 4th order
    Equalization Bass: 0, -2.5, -5. -7.5 dB
    Mid: 0, -1.5, -3, -4.5 dB
    High: +1, 0, -1, -2 dB
    Protection Circuits Limiter, low, high
    Infrasonic filter protection 30 Hz; 6 dB/octave
    Impedance 10 k Ohms in position 94/108 dB SPL at 1 m
    20 k Ohms in position 100/114 dB SPL at 1 m
    Input Gain Control 0 to -15 dB
    Output Level Control 94, 100, 108, 114 dB
    CMRR >56 dB at 15,000 Hz
    Maximum Input Level 24 dBu
    Indicators Power On: Neumann logo "white"
    Limit/Clip: Neumann logo "red"
    Digital Error: flash "red"
    Power Supply 100 to 240 V; 50/60 Hz
    Power Consumption Idle: 20 W
    Full Output AC: 200 W
    Digital Audio I/O
    BNC Connectors AES3
    S/P-DIF
    Impedance 75 Ohms (input/output)
    Input Switching Analog, Digital A, Digital B, Digital A+B (all available with and without delay)
    Resolution 16 to 24-bit DAC, Δ∑
    Sampling Rate 32 to 192 kHz
    Sensitivity -18 dBFS
    Dynamic Range 120 dB
    Delay Audio-Video: 0 to 409.5 ms
    Time-of-Flight: 0 to 409.5 ms

    Audio-Video/Lip Sync Max Frames: 0 to 10.2 (40 ms) frames, 0 to 12.3 (33 ms) frames
    Time Resolution: 0.1 ms / 3.4 cm (1.375")
    Mechanical
    Cabinet Painted aluminum, anthracite (RAL 7021)
    Powder-coated aluminum, white (RAL 9016)
    Operating Conditions +50 to +104° F (+10 to +40° C)
    <90% relative humidity, non-condensing
    Drivers Magnetically Shielded
    Woofer: 5.25" (130 mm)
    Tweeter: 1.00" (25.0 mm)
    Mounting 2x M8 on rear panel
    Volume Internal: 6.5 liters
    External: 9.7 liters
    Dimensions (H x W x D) 10.875 x 7.125 x 8.625 (277.0 x 182.0 x 220.0 mm)
    Weight 14.3 lb (6.50 kg)
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 19.2 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 16.299 x 14.173 x 11.181"

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