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Composed of five 8030A bi-amplified monitors and a 7050B active subwoofer, the BroadcastPak offers a space-saving 5.1 monitoring solution, ideal for multi-channel editing rooms, mobile recording trucks and other mixing environments where space may be at a premium. The 8030A features MDE (Minimum Diffraction Enclosure) aluminum die-cast enclosure has rounded edges and a gently curved front and sides to achieve a very smooth frequency response and superb imaging qualities with minimized cabinet edge diffraction. The 7050B LSE subwoofer extends the LF response down to 25Hz. This is made possible by Genelec's Laminar SpiralEnclosure (LSE) technology. The subwoofer features a single 8" (205mm) proprietary driver with a 70W power amplifier. It has a frequency response from 25Hz - 85Hz (±3dB), and the ability to deliver short-term sine wave of 100dB SPL in half space at 1 meter.
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