Manufacturer: Loud Technologies, Inc.
Model: Big Knob
Mackie?s Big Knob lets you easily switch between studio monitors, stereo sources, and even send musicians their own custom headphone mixes, all from your desktop. You asked for it. Your band asked for it. Your clients asked for it. Your mom practically asked for it. Since the dawn of computer-based music making, folks have longed for a simple monitor switching and level control box with built-in Talkback functions. You know, something that sits right on your desktop, letting you easily switch between sets of studio monitors and different stereo sources. And send musicians custom headphone mixes while you communicate with them via a built-in Talkback microphone. Your wish is our command... Introducing The Big Knob The Big Knob is a simple yet powerful desktop audio control center that lets musicians and engineers get right to the business of making music in four major ways: Level Control, Studio Monitor Selection, Input Source Selection and Talkback & Headphone Control. Precise Level Control Using a big, convenient volume knob, Big Knob lets you adjust volume levels the way our ancient audio ancestors (Analogus Engineerus) did - with a simple, intuitive knob, not with a mouse and screen. The end result is a higher degree of precision and much quicker level adjustments. Monitor Selection When it comes to mixing, pros know itâ€™s best to get a second, and third, opinion. So Big Knob lets you quickly switch between 3 pairs of studio monitors, or 2 studio monitors and a subwoofer, or studio monitors and a home stereo, or any other combination of powered speakers. Source Selection On the input side, Big Knob lets you connect up to 4 stereo input sources at once. This means you can simultaneously connect to your computer/DAW outputs, CD player, cassette deck and even a turntable using the premium onboard RIAA preamp. You can even connect keyboards, guitars, drum machines, samplers - anything youâ€™d like to hear - through your monitors. This makes Big Knob great for comparing your mixes-in-progress to ...
Seismic Audio - 12 SPACE RACK CASE for Amp Effect Mixer PA DJ PRO with Casters
Manufacturer: Seismic Audio Speakers, Inc.
Brand: Seismic Audio
Model: AR 12
12 Space Rack Case with Casters - Model # SAR12 , 12 Space Rack with 4" Casters , Standard 19" Mounting Rail Width , Outer Dimensions with Doors On: , Height: 29" with Casters - 23" Without , Width: 21" - Depth: 26" , Inside Dimensions: , Rail to Back with Rear Door On: 20 1/2" , Rail to Rear Edge of Case with Door Off: 18 1/2" , Front Rail to Rear Rail: 17 1/2" , Black with aluminum rails , 3/8" plywood , Light weight, Pro design , Heavy duty and ready for abuse , Front and rear removable doors , Has dual 4" steel link locks on both doors , Dual spring handles on each side , Stackable corners , 4 steel L brackets added for strength per side , Steel rack rails - Front and rear rack rails , 4 Heavy Duty 4" Casters (Two are locking) , 24 rack bolts , Very well braced , This rack is brand new. , One year warranty. This listing is for one of these Seismic Audio Rack Cases.Â You will receive one case, pictured and described above.Â This is a standard 19" wide rack case and will hold common music gear.
ION Audio Flash Cube | Wired Bluetooth Speaker with Multicolored LED Ambient Lighting (Single)
Manufacturer: inMusic Europe Limited
Brand: ION Audio
Model: Flash Cube
ION Audioâ€™s Flash Cube goes beyond great sound to introduce a visual flair to your living room, bedroom, or office. The compact 10-inch cube fills the room with immersive sound via a burly 50-watt power output, 5.25â€-inch woofer, and 1-inch tweeter. The speaker cone changes color to match to your decor or mood in an instant, or let Flash Cube respond to your tunes. Stream audio wirelessly over Bluetooth and enjoy the freedom to move about the room. You can even link an additional Flash Cube speakers over Bluetooth for wireless stereo sound. A built-in 1/8â€ input allows you to play music from nearly any other audio source for easy home-entertainment integration. Even better, you can control it all via the touch activated control panel, or the included wireless remote. Tech Specs Output Power: 50 watts (peak) Supported Bluetooth Profile: A2DP Bluetooth Range: Up to 100 feet Linked Range: Up to 50 feet Power Input voltage: 100-120V AC, 60 Hz; 220-240V AC, 50 Hz Dimensions (width x depth x height): 10.6â€ x 10.02â€ x 10.6â€ Weight: 9.6 lbs Includes Flash Cube Remote Control 1/8â€ Stereo Aux Cable Quickstart Guide Safety & Warranty Information Booklet
IsoAcoustics ISO-L8R200 Sub extra-large subwoofer stand will give you more low-end accuracy. Enjoy tighter, more extended bass - without shelling out for a new subwoofer! IsoAcoustics has built the ISO-L8R200 Sub according to the "PIF" (Placement, Isolation, Focus) principles of acoustic design. The results are immediately noticeable, and dramatic. Your old subwoofer will stun you with how accurate it is. Get better monitoring (without getting a new subwoofer) with IsoAcoustics ISO-L8R200 Sub subwoofer stand.
Suitable for serious personal studios, gaming, audiophiles, and home theaters, the Temblor T8 active subwoofer complements full-range home-stereo speakers and studio reference monitorsâ€”including the PreSonus Eris and Ceres BT seriesâ€”without overshadowing them. Powered by a 200W (100W RMS) amplifier, the T8 features an 8-inch, down-firing, glass-composite woofer; built-in crossover; Â¼-inch TRS, and RCA inputs and outputs; and a front-firing acoustic port. It offers extensive user controls not usually found in this price range, including a switchable highpass filter that removes content below 80 Hz from the full-range signal sent to the main speakers and a variable lowpass filter for creating a seamless crossover transition.
Model: Temblor T10
Intended for serious personal studios and professional music-production environments, the Temblor T10 lets you take charge of the low-frequency foundation of your mix. An ideal companion to Eris and Sceptre active reference monitors, the Temblor T10 compliments full-range monitors without overshadowing them and extends the reach of your full-range systemâ€™s low end with a more musical and natural approach. Extensive user controls include input gain, continuously variable lowpass filter for creating a seamless crossover transition, and a switchable highpass filter that removes content below 80 Hz from the full-range signal sent to the monitors.
Manufacturer: Behringer USA
The TRUTH B2030A has all of the great features of an active TRUTH monitor packed in a compact cabinet.It's a high-resolution, active 2-way reference studio monitor that is perfect for nearfield monitoring applications: from small mixing environments to multi-channel surround setups.
M-Audio M3-8 | 3-Way Active Studio Monitor Speaker with 8-inch Woven Kevlar Woofer (Single / Wood)
You need a three-way monitor. We know what youâ€™re thinking: Why do you make a three-way monitor? Why do I need one? A well-designed three-way monitor using high quality drive units exhibits really outstanding performance: It plays louder. A midrange driver is typically four to five inches in diameter, meaning that the midrange driver can â€œmove a lot more airâ€ through the mid frequencies than a diminutive 1â€ tweeter. For the same wattage input, a five-inch midrange driver literally takes a â€œbigger biteâ€ out of the air, which translates into more sound for the same input power. It handles great amounts of power and is extremely reliable. Having a dedicated midrange driver means that the tweeterâ€”which is the most fragile of speaker elementsâ€”does not have to struggle trying to reach down to the midrange frequencies, as tweeters must do in two-way systems. The crossover frequency specs tell the story: In a properly designed three-way speaker, the tweeter doesnâ€™t have to â€œenter the gameâ€ until around 4,000 Hzâ€”well up into the treble region, which is not a frequency area that requires the current-heavy drive signals that can burn out a delicate tweeter. In contrast, the tweeter in a two-way speaker crosses over about a full octave lowerâ€”around 2,000 Hzâ€”which puts it in considerably greater thermal and mechanical danger. The lower a tweeter crosses over, the more likely it is that youâ€™ll suffer tweeter failure from burnout or irreparable voice coil displacement from over-excursion. The sound coverage (sometimes called â€œdispersionâ€ or â€œradiation patternâ€) is extremely wide and consistent. This is critically important in a studio monitorâ€”you have to have wide, even, consistent sound coverage so you can hear your mixes with clarity and detail, even if youâ€™re standing a little off to the side (â€œoff axisâ€) of the speaker. The M3-8 uses its drivers only in the frequency range it h...