Dynaudio’s M5P Evidence mastering monitor is the first studio monitor to feature Dynaudio Directivity Control.

Dynaudio M5P Evidence mastering monitor

With two tweeters, two mid-range drivers and four woofers per loudspeaker, each drive unit complements its counterpart with regard to frequency response and phase relationship, claiming ‘an immensely accurate and defined sound radiation characteristic’. The energy radiated to the room’s floor and ceiling is reduced by approximately 75 per cent, making performance less dependent on the room and positioning less critical.

To implement DDC in the lower frequencies, the woofer cabinets are positioned directly above and below the midrange and HF driver centre section to  more equally spread radiation of the lower frequencies into the room. The four-woofer-design combines the diaphragm surface of a larger single-woofer design with the power, speed and control of four smaller single voice coil-magnet-assemblies.

Being a far-field monitor, it is recommended to listen to M5P Evidence at a distance of 3m or greater. The basic design is a five-way crossover approach, featuring four 7-inch woofers, two 5-inch midrange cones and two 28mm tweeters with crossover frequencies at 290Hz, 480Hz, 2.2kHz and 8.5kHz. The frequency response covers 28Hz to 25kHz, and the speakers are capable of handling up to 550W at 4Ω. 

Key features:
· Four 7-inch woofers.
· Two 5-inch midrange.
· Two 28mm Esotar2 tweeters.
· Frequency response: 28Hz-25kHz.
· Five-way Crossover.
· Crossover Slope: 6dB/octave.
· Crossover Frequencies: 290Hz, 480Hz, 2.2kHz, 8.5kHz.
· Sensitivity: 89dB.
· IEC Power Handling: 550W.
· Impedance: 4Ω.
· Bass Reflex design.
· Dimensions: 210/390 x 1940 x 510mm.
· Weight: 115kg.

‘The M5P Evidence monitor is a passive floor-standing studio monitor specifically designed for mastering applications,’ says Dynaudio Pro Product Manager, Sebastian Rodens. ‘It has been derived from the acclaimed Evidence Platinum High-End speaker and is the first studio monitor to feature Dynaudio Directivity Control (DDC) which reduces reflections from floors and ceilings for delivering the highest possible level of transparency and details in reproduced audio to mastering engineers and other audio professionals.

‘A speaker that allows you to hear what is really going on and that helps you to make those crucial decisions when tweaking the EQ or working with dynamics during a mastering session.’

More: www.dynaudio.com

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