BEHRINGER Expands Nekkst Series of Studio Monitors
Unparalleled performance from collaboration with Keith Klawitter, founder of KRK
The 180-Watt K10S subwoofer and 150-Watt K8, K6 and K5 provide a true distortion-free image of the mix, thanks to their deformation-resistant, glass-fiber cone woofers, which supply deep, tight bass and virtually smear-proof mids. An ultra-high resolution, silk-dome tweeter provides sparkling highs - enhanced by Keith Klawitter's Advanced Waveguide Technology for an extremely generous sweet spot.
All of this is built into high-density composite enclosures that virtually eliminate low-frequency distortion - and provide ultra-low diffraction. Nekkst Studio Monitors can be easily and instantly adapted to a wide range of acoustical environments, so producers always get accurate response, resulting in powerful mixes that translate perfectly across all playback applications.
"This is my best work yet!" said KRK founder Keith R. Klawitter.
"We are extremely pleased for this opportunity to work with the legendary Keith Klawitter," said Music Group founder and CEO Uli Behringer. "He's a perfectionist - and it shows in the design and performance of these amazing speakers!"
For more information visit behringer.com
BEHRINGER International GmbH
BEHRINGER helped inspire a new generation of musicians and define the "Prosumer" or home recording market by making previously unattainable professional audio products affordable. Since its inception in 1989, the company has grown to become a world leader, with tens of millions of users across the globe. Offering a comprehensive range of products that span multiple categories, including mixers, amplifiers, loudspeakers and every other part of the audio signal chain, BEHRINGER is helping artists, musicians, DJs, producers, engineers and aspiring talent realize their musical dreams.
BEHRINGER is owned by MUSIC Group.
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