Barefoot Sound Announces Footprint02 Active Three-Way Studio Audio Monitor

Barefoot Sound has expanded its monitor line with the Footprint02, a compact and affordable version of its premium Footprint01.

Made for today’s evolving production workflows, the Barefoot Footprint02 is ideal for recording engineers, producers, composers, songwriters and musicians.

Unlike traditional studio monitors, which suffer from distortion and coloration caused by unnecessary driver vibration, Barefoot studio monitors utilize a Dual-Force design to eliminate vibrations for distortion-free sound.

The Footprint02 is equipped with two 6.5-inch paper cone subwoofers, mounted on the left and right side of the cabinet. This force-canceling design delivers clear, powerful low-end down to 42 Hz without muddying up the mix.

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