Sennheiser Group introduced the Neumann KH 310 A, an active near-field audio monitor, at Cabsat this week. This compact, horizontal-oriented cabinet is specifically designed for diverse acoustical environments and use in music production, broadcasting, post-production, mixing and mastering.
Sennheiser also conducted the regional launch of Digital 9000, a digital wireless system for transmission of uncompressed audio.
Mig Cardamone, sales and marketing manager, Sennheiser Middle East, said: “Sennheiser prides itself as a company that is at the forefront of technological innovation. Neumann KH 310 A and Digital 9000 are both audio masterpieces, offering unprecedented sound quality and ease of use. We see a healthy uptake of these systems by discerning customers in the Middle East who are uncompromising in their quest for quality.”
The KH 310 A is suited for use as a front loudspeaker in medium-sized surround systems, or as a rear loudspeaker for larger multi-channel systems. The monitor's alloy fabric dome is housed in an elliptical Mathematically Modelled Dispersion (MMD) waveguide. A dedicated mid-range driver handles the mid-frequencies essential for speech and vocals while the monitor's long-throw bass driver ensures low distortion even at high sound pressure levels.
Digital 9000 is targeted at broadcasting professionals, musical theaters and high-profile live audio events. The system includes the EM 9046 receiver, SKM 9000 handheld and SK 9000 bodypack transmitters.