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The Neumann O 410 Tri-Amped Active Studio Monitor is a three-way studio monitor that features Neumann's proprietary Mathematically Modeled Dispersion, or MMD, Waveguide, which controls wave dispersion. The Waveguide was first designed mathematically, then physically built and tested under anechoic conditions to verify theoretical performance. By controlling the directivity of the waves, the O 410's Waveguard decreases early reflections and widens the useable listening area. This widens what many audio engineers refer to as the sweet spot, or place in front of your monitors where the speaker output is most optimal. The Waveguard houses both the midrange and treble drivers, and can be rotated to allow for horizontal or vertical mounting of the O 410.
Designed to be able to compensate for different environments, the O 410 features bass, mid, and treble control knobs as well as a low end parametric EQ to tweak 20Hz to 200Hz. These EQ options allow you to tune the speakers to compensate for the acoustics of your room.
The O 410 houses a one-inch titanium/fabric dome tweeter, a three-inch soft dome midrange driver, and a ten inch woofer.
Extremely low harmonic and intermodulation distortion results in clean sounding audio reproduction
Structural resonances avoided using LRIM, or Low Resonance Integral Molding
Wide horizontal directivity gives increased freedom of movement along the mixing console while narrow vertical directivity reduces the effect of early reflections off the console surface
The Mathematically Modeled Dispersion Waveguide can be rotated to accommodate horizontal or vertical mounting
Transformer balanced input stage (TIM 1) is equipped with a special distortion reduction crossover function
Electronics can be remotely accessed when the cabinet is flush mounted with accessories
Integrated electronic limiter for each driver
Active three-way crossover with 24 dB/octave slopes
Display for power on and protect is integrated into the MMD, together with a logo with a dimmer knob
Accelerated Heat Tunneling ensures effective amplifier cooling whether the cabinet is mounted vertically or horizontally
Electronics can be remotely powered on with two modes of operation (0 V and 12 V trigger)
Optional 24-bit, 192 kHz digital input stage available
-3 dB free field: 30 Hz to 24 kHz, ± 3 dB Pass band free field: 32 Hz to 20 kHz, ± 2 dB
Self generated @ 10 cm: < 25 dBA
Total Harmonic Distortion
< 0.5% at 1 m: 100 Hz @ 95 dB SPL
Full space calculated in half space @ 3% THD @ 1m: 115.8 / 121.8 dB SPL (averaged between 100 Hz and 6 kHz) Short term SPL with IEC-weighted noise (IEC 286-5) @ 1 m: 112 dB(C) SPL Short term SPL with music material at 2.3 m (pair): 102 dB(C) SPL (full range) 110 dB(C) SPL (with subwoofer) Maximum long term SPL with pink noise at 2.3 m: 86 / 92 dB(C) SPL (full range) 98 / 104 dB(C) SPL (with subwoofer)
Maximum SPL in 1/2 space @ 3% THD @ 1m: 111.9 dB SPL (averaged between 50 Hz and 100 Hz)