Kali Audio LP-8 Lone Pine 8-inch Studio Monitor (Each)
For the aspiring music maker looking for a professional solution to mix their music and reference their tracks, Kali Audio's LP-8 Lone Pine 8" Studio Monitors are an excellent choice. This monitor is designed to deliver transparent sound for creators working across all genres and features Boundary EQ settings to optimize the speaker's response depending on where it is placed in your room. An advanced waveguide, large voice coil, and precision tuning, this monitor will sound great in any space.
The LP-8 is designed so you can hear every detail of your mix. Nothing is boosted or suppressed to cover flaws in your tracks. You'll mix with precision to deliver professional-sounding, finished productions. This detailed sound is, in a large part, owed to the monitor's 3-D Imaging Waveguide.
This Waveguide allows you to hear a 3D soundstage from a stereo pair of monitors. Matching the shape of the waveguide to the interactions of the high and low-frequency drivers, this waveguide produces a stereo image that is wider, taller and deeper than the space where the speakers are placed. The LP-8 accomplishes this by ensuring that the speaker's reflected sound matches its direct sound. Every time you hear a loudspeaker, you're hearing both the direct sound from the speaker and reflections from the speaker's signal bouncing off of objects in the room.
When those reflections are congruent with the direct sound from the speaker, listeners perceive a better sound overall and are able to make out very subtle details like where microphones are placed in a room. When done well, the stereo image will be three-dimensional.
3D imaging waveguide
Large dual-layer voice coil
Low-noise port tube
XLR, TRS, and RCA inputs
Absolutely amazing sound reproduction
Great for the price! Happy with my speakers
A great step up from desktop speakers
I'm very impressed with the Mackie LP-8 Lone Pine 8-inch Studio Monitor
Very satisfied with this purchase! Really good value, one of the few times my expectations were far exceeded.