Bi-Amplification – The Path to Absolute Signal Integrity
With its 150 ultra-clean Watts of digital output, delivered through separately powered drivers via a true bi-amping mode with 2 amplifiers per speaker, the STUDIO 50USB delivers high-resolution sound that really brings out the best in your music. You will notice that most competitors apply simple passive crossovers, which not only inaccurately separate the frequency spectrum but most importantly impact the drivers’ performance. BEHRINGER has gone the extra mile, driving each woofer and tweeter with a separate amplifier for absolute signal integrity.
Great care was taken to match the system?s amplifiers and crossover points specifically to the woofer and tweeter for optimal efficiency. STUDIO 50USB’s performance provides ultra-linear frequency response perfect for multimedia production, or just enjoying the sound from your streaming media.
The STUDIO 50USB?s 1″ silk dome tweeters produce sparkling highs, while its long-throw 5″ woofers with bulletproof, deformation-resistant cones deliver maximum bass. And all that sound comes together for an extremely large sweet spot providing you with room-filling sound wherever you are, thanks to the STUDIO 50USB’s advanced waveguide technology.
Ultra-linear 2-way digital monitor speakers ideally suited for computer studios, audio and multimedia workstations
True bi-amping mode with 4 amplifiers for ultimate high-resolution sound
150 Watts of digital power amplification
Ultra-high resolution 1″ silk dome tweeter for superior audio reproduction
Long-throw 5″ woofers with a deformation-resistant cone for ultimate bass response
Advanced waveguide technology provides ultimate sound dispersion and extremely large “sweet spot”
Adjustable volume control and tweeter sensitivity to adapt to a wide range of acoustic conditions
USB input for direct connection of digital stereo audio sources
Two analog inputs featuring XLR and TRS connectors can be used simultaneously with a digital stereo source
3-Year Warranty Program*
Designed and engineered in Germany