For the second year in a row, a new Augsurger monitor system has been nominated for a NAMM TEC Award in the category of Technical Excellence in Studio Monitors.
Augspurger’s new Solo 12MF
The NAMM TEC
Awards have nominated The Solo 12MF, a powerful and compact active reference monitor is ideal for tracking, mixing, and mastering, featuring Augspurger’s renowned DSP-based tuning capabilities. Free-standing or soffitable, the single 12” cabinet is built around the breakthrough “MF” (MidField) horn, which was introduced in 2015 with the TEC-nominated Duo 8 MiniMian
The Solo 12MF is a perfect design for smaller control rooms with a tighter zone between the monitors and the mix position. The system pushes 650 watts per side and extends down to 30 hertz without a sub. Add any of the optional subwoofer packages, 1X12, 2X12m 1X18 and 2X18, and you get a 3-way system boasting 1650 per side and bass extension to 20hz.“The MF horn has opened up a whole new range of monitor solutions for engineers with limited space. They may have thought they couldn’t have a true main monitor due to lack of distance between the front wall and mix position. The 30% smaller horn enables free standing monitors in the midfield area, as close as 5ft from the mixer,” said Dave Malekpour, president of Augspurger and designer of the Solo 12MF. Solo 12MF pricing starts at $13,000 for a stereo two-way system.
The 32nd Annual TEC awards ceremony will be January 21, 2017 during the NAMM convention in Anaheim, CA.
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