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Genelec Show 8351 Smart Active Monitor at NAMM 2017 January 23rd 2017 - 03:00 PM

With a compact footprint and excellent acoustic performance, the Genelec 8351 Acoustically Coaxial SAM System was shown at the 2017 NAMM show in response to the need for increasing audio perfection for near-field recording and mix environments.

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Amphion Loudspeakers Ships MobileOne12 Portable Studio Monitor January 20th 2017 - 01:00 PM

Amphion, based in Finland, has announced it is shipping a new portable audio monitor that can travel with audio producers wherever they mix audio.

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Bassboss SV8 Audio Monitors Can Be Used in the Studio or On Stage January 16th 2017 - 10:00 AM

It had to happen. Austin, Texas-based powered loudspeaker manufacturer Bassboss announced it is bridging the gap between live and studio speaker performance with its new SV8 Powered MicroMain monitors.

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Neumann Audio Monitors Used to Translate Manteca’s The Twelfth of Never Album to Immersive Surround January 5th 2017 - 01:50 PM

After 37 years together, jazz fusion luminaries Manteca used a cutting-edge 12.2 mix room featuring Neumann monitors to turn it’s The Twelfth of Never album into a 3D space.

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The Gatorade Center in Turku, Finland, is home to the HC TP sports club ice hockey team.

Genelec Loudspeakers Enhance Experience For Fans Attending Finland’s Gatorade Center December 29th 2016 - 12:05 PM

The Gatorade Center in Turku, Finland, home to that country’s HC TP sports club ice hockey team (which has won the Finnish ice hockey championship 11 times since 1956), recently completed a full upgrade of its complement of Genelec speakers and other audio gear; after becoming the very first arena in Finland to feature Genelec 4040A and 4 Genelec 4030A loudspeakers.

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Vibration-Loading Can Affect Audio Monitors in Editing Studios December 27th 2016 - 11:00 AM

Virtually every editing or audio mixing set-up uses audio monitor speakers — most often sitting on the either side of a computer monitor on the desktop. In these scenarios, the physical transfer of vibrations from the speakers to the desk’s hard surface can create a boost of mid and low frequencies. This is called vibration-loading.

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