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PreSonus Eris E8 130W 8" Powered Studio Monitors. Inputs: 1- Balanced XLR, 1- Balanced ¼” TRS, 1- Unbalanced RCA. Frequency Response: 35 Hz - 22 kHz. Crossover Frequency: 2.2 kHz. LF Amplifier Power: 75W. HF Amplifier Power: 65W. For a Detailed Guide to Studio Monitors - Under $300 up to $1000 see https://www.gearank.com/guides/best-studio-monitors

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AKG Perception 820 Tube Large-Diaphragm Condenser Microphone. Features: Frequency Response: 20 to 20000 Hz - ECC83 dual-triode tube circuit - Dual one-inch diaphragm microphone - Remote control unit - Switchable bass-cut filter - A 20dB attenuation pad. For a detailed Guide to Studio Mics for Vocals see https://www.gearank.com/guides/vocal-studio-mics

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AKG C414 XLII Large-diaphragm Condenser Microphone With 9 Selectable Polar Patterns. Frequency response: 20 to 20000 Hz. Equivalent noise level: 6 dB-A. Sensitivity: 23 mV/Pa. For a detailed Guide to Studio Vocal Mics Under $1000 see https://www.gearank.com/guides/vocal-studio-mics

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Focal Alpha 50 5" 35W Class AB Powered Studio Monitors. Features:5" polyglass cone woofer | 1" aluminium inverted dome tweeter - Bi Amplification: LF 35W | HF 20W - Inputs: XLR and unbalanced RCA - Frequency response: 45Hz-22kHz

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PreSonus Eris E5 70W 5.25" Powered Studio Monitors. Features: 5" LF Kevlar driver 1" HF Silk Dome tweeter - Bi Amplification: LF 45W | HF 35W - Inputs: 1 x 1/4" (XLR), 1 x RCA (Unbalanced) - Frequency response: 53Hz-22kHz. For a detailed Guide to Studio Monitors Under $1000 see https://www.gearank.com/guides/best-studio-monitors

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Audio-Technica ATH-M50x Closed Back Headphones. Driver Size: 45 mm - Magnet Type: Neodymium - Frequency Response: 15 Hz to 28 kHz - Impedance: 38 ohms - Sensitivity: 99 dB - Max Input Power: 1,600 mW - Weight: 10 oz (285 g) without cable and connector. For a detailed Guide to Closed-Back Headphones for Recording see https://www.gearank.com/guides/closed-back-headphones

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Detailed Guide to Vocal Studio Microphones. In addition to presenting the highest rated mics it also covers topics such as Diaphragm Type - Polar Pattern - Frequency Response - Pop Filters - Max SPL & Attenuation Pads - Power Source - Phantom Power - Value for Money. See it now at https://www.gearank.com/guides/vocal-studio-mics

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Shure SM86 - Live Vocal Condenser Mic. Type: Condenser (electret bias). Polar Pattern: Cardioid. Frequency Response: 50Hz to 18kHz. Maximum SPL: 147 dB. Applications: Live and recorded vocals. Power Requirements: 11v to 52v phantom power. For a detailed Guide to Live Vocal Mics see https://www.gearank.com/guides/live-vocal-mic

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Koss CM1030 was typical of the the era's preference for 4-way designs for high-end models. The idea was to limit distortion, compensate for frequency response errors and improve dispersion by limiting each driver to a narrow range. In this case, one 10" woofer with dual bass reflex ports, two midranges, one tweeter and one supertweeter. The cabinet is massive and solidly made. The sound is superb, and they're still sought after by audiophiles and music enthusiasts.

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Yamaha HS8 8" 120W Bi-Amp Powered Studio Monitors. Features: - 8" cone woofer, 1" dome tweeter - Bi-Amplification: 75-watt LF, 45-watt HF - Inputs: 1 x XLR, 1 x 1/4" (TRS) - Frequency response: 38Hz to 30kHz - Dimensions: 9.8" x 15.4" x 13.1" - Weight: 18.1 lbs. For a detailed guide to studio monitors see https://www.gearank.com/guides/best-studio-monitors

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