The KH 420 is designed for a working distance of 1.5 to 3 m (5’ to 9’). It handles this space effortlessly thanks to great power reserves and precisely concentrated dispersion.
You can also try the product at our shop located in Deira before you buy.
Available on backorder
Available on backorder
The Digital Input Module DIM 1 expands the loudspeaker electronics by a digital XLR input, a digital BNC input and a digital BNC output (192 kHz/24 Bit) for flexible digital signal links. With the delay function (adjustment range 0 – 400 ms) of the DIM 1, the audio signal can be delayed to ensure audio-visual synchronization (lip sync). In addition, the high resolution of the delays (0.1 ms) allows equalization of the propagation delays. The delay can be added to both inputs (digital and analog). The KH 420 can be retrofitted with a DIM 1.
In addition to its outstanding acoustic characteristics this DSP-based subwoofer not only offers excellent acoustic properties, but – in combination with the Neumann.Control iPad® app – it also provides the possibility of adapting a KH 420 stereo pair to the room using the patented “Guided Alignment“. Furthermore the entire stereo system can be controlled via the app. Detailed information about all additional features can be found here.
The KH 420 has also been developed true to the Neumann philosophy for monitor loudspeakers. Every component, every shape, every signal and every wave motion is a consequence of this philosophy. No form or component is there without reason. There are hundreds of tangible reasons built into the KH 420, which all stand for exceptionally pure and neutral sound. These include, for example, curvatures of the housing that reduce edge diffraction. Also included is the pistonic output of the bass driver which does not give rise to harmonic distortions, even with the highest sound peaks. Some of these reasons are obvious in the KH 420. Others Neumann prefers to keep to itself. But together, each can be heard – sound professionals in both large and small studios all around the world can testify to this. You can read more about the Neumann philosophy for studio monitors here.
In-house simulated tweeter with alloy fabric dome and robust metal grille
Rotatable elliptical Mathematically Modelled Dispersion™ (MMD™) waveguide
Wide horizontal dispersion
Narrow vertical dispersion
Two-color + dimmable Neumann logo
In-house simulated, neodymium magnet, fabric dome, midrange driver with optimized low stray magnetic field
In-house modelled long-throw composite sandwich cone bass driver with Extremely Linear Force Factor™ (ELFF™), magnetic shielding and flow optimized die cast basket
Large high-capacity flow-optimized bass reflex ports with pipe resonance damping
Computer mechanically modeled three-way cabinet design using Low resonance Integral Molding™ (LRIM™) materials
4-position bass, low-mid and treble acoustical controls
Wide range input gain and output level controls
XLR electronically balanced analogue input with ground lift
Universal dual (bass and mid/treble) switched-mode power supplies (100 … 240 V)
Fully documented extensive mounting hardware range
Electronics panel with generously dimensioned integrated Accelerated Heat Tunneling™ (AHT™) heat sink
Powerful amplifiers with large headroom and overheat limiting
Separate fast acting thermo limiters for woofer, midrange and tweeter to protect the voice coils and power amplifiers
Production consistency due to individual hand alignment in final testing
Optional robust metal grille
Neumann KH 420G Studio monitor is a Powerful tri-amplified midfield studio monitor with high-precision dispersion and tremendous sound level reserves. For more relatable products , switch to our store Sound Town Electronics.
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