Alesis Unveil Radical New Speakers

It’s got a DSP in it and everything      03/12/02

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Building on Alesis’ award winning speaker designs, the ProLinear 720 delivers “unprecedented accuracy, control, and flexibility for any studio monitor application” The ProLinear 720 is a bi-amplified two-way studio reference monitor with a 7" kevlar woofer and a 1" silk-dome tweeter, with much more to offer than your traditional studio monitors: By integrating proprietary 28 bit DSP, the ProLinear implements the crossover entirely in the digital domain to provide a precisely controlled response. The ProLinear 720 enables users to set and store multiple EQ curves for individual speakers, or for every speaker in the studio. Users can adjust settings via the built-in 4 band fully parametric EO. Additionally, by using the PC interface, users can adjust and set EQ settings remotely from a “sweet spot” listening position. No other product offers this degree of control, flexibility, or total performance. The ProLinear 720 carries a Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price of $399 each, and is scheduled to start shipping in February 2003.
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