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MRmk3 monitors are acoustically optimized at all stages to enhance the mixing, monitoring and multimedia experience in any studio. The MRmk3 line not only fully replaces the previous generation of monitors with the MR5mk3 and MR8mk3, but expands the range with the 6.5” MR6mk3 full-range monitor and MR10Smk3 studio subwoofer. A newly designed minimum-diffraction waveguide provides a seamless transition from highs to lows, and also creates a wider sweet spot and an open feel. The power amplifiers and transducers are also custom-matched for increased performance. All MRmk3 cabinets are rear-ported, providing added punch and bass extension and packed with acoustic absorption material for tight sound. A range of I/O options deliver the connection types needed for easy studio integration. There are even customizable acoustic controls to get the exact sound needed for the space. The low frequencies can be boosted by up to 4dB and the highs can be both cut and boosted depending on the user’s needs.
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