Geithain RL 922K 3-way co-axial studio monitor
The excellent Geithain RL 922K:
By the cardioid radiation characteristics within the frequency range from 30 through 250 Hz the reflections on the back walls of listening rooms can be minimised. In addition the transfer characteristic can be matched to the acoustical conditions of the reproduction room as well as to the set-up situation by an integrated room matching filter.
The total directivity index of the monitor was optimised for middle through larger listening distances between two and three metres. As the bass system a very linear 300 mm (12’’) long throw driver in a cardioid cabinet is employed, delivering excellent impulse fidelity. The 125 mm (5’’) cone is mounted together with the 25 mm (1’’) dome tweeter coaxially in front of the bass system allowing a precise steering of the focal perspective. As a result a realistic and steady spatial performance of the sound image around the listening position is achieved, with high homogeneity and smallest possible colouration. By the great membrane area the RL922K is in the highest degree level proof while at the same time it has the lowest distortions. Therefore the RL922K is a precision studio tool allowing fatigue free working for hours.
The three-channel MOSFET power amplifier with electronic crossover is integrated within the back wall of the cabinet and is hinged for service purposes. An intermittent LED lighting signals when the overload limit is reached. After crossing of the maximum level the output level will be reduced by 20 dB to avoid any overloading of the components.
The RL922K1 is a more compact cabinet variant of the RL922K, that is employed when not enough room is available. Be it a video wall or an outside broadcasting van. As an alternative to the standardly provided MOSFET amplifier in an upright standing enclosure the 19’’ compatible Class D amplifier RL-Amplifier is also available.
A variety of special stands and racks is available as accessories. According fixing elements have been integrated into the loudspeaker cabinet.