User manual for Event Opal Bi-Amplified Nearfield Monitor OPAL
- Manufacturer: Event
- Basic description and contents of package
- Product classification: Pro Audio - Recording - Studio Monitors
- Safety instructions
- Startup and operation of the studio monitors
- Tips for setting up your Event
- Settings and expert assistance
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- Warranty information
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User manual for the Event Opal Bi-Amplified Nearfield Monitor OPAL
The user manual for the Event Opal Bi-Amplified Nearfield Monitor OPAL provides
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The Event Opal Bi-Amplified Nearfield Monitor brings true-to-life sound reproduction in a compact, black powder-coated aluminum chassis. The Opal is built to help promote pure sound with its injected molded aluminum chassis. The Opal's special design diminishes standing waves with two variable impedance ports for the low frequencies and an elliptical rotating wave guide ideal for use horizontally. The low frequency EX8 X-Coil transducer, made from polyamide-glass fiber, is powered by up to 600W of Class AB power while the 1" Neodymium HF transducer has a Beryllium copper dome powered by up to 140W of Class AB power as well.
If you need flat, accurate audio reproduction in your studio uncolored by standing waves, the Opal is ideal for you.
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Additional parameters of the Event Opal Bi-Amplified Nearfield Monitor OPAL:
| Low Frequency Driver || EX8 7.1" Neodymium |
| Mid Frequency Driver || None |
| High Frequency Driver || ULD1 1" Beryllium Copper |
| LF Amplifier || 387W Continuous Power |
| HF Amplifier || 112W Continuous Power |
| Crossover || 1,600Hz |
| Frequency Range || 35-22,000Hz |
| Maximum Sound Pressure Level (SPL) || 114dB |
| Connectors || 1/4"-XLR Combo |
| Input Impedance || 0.755 v/rms is 0dBu |
| Controls and Indicators || Rear: Power/Voltage |
Front: LED (Power), Level, Space, Q, Frequency, Depth, LF Shelf, HF Shelf, DIM
| Shielded || Yes |
| Dimensions (HxWxD) || 11.6 x 17.7 x 10.8" (295 x 450 x 273mm) |
| Weight || 46.74 lbs (21.2kg) |
| Package Weight || 55.0 lb |
| Box Dimensions (LxWxH) || 22.0 x 15.0 x 15.0" |
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The user manual lists all of the functions of the Event Opal Bi-Amplified Nearfield Monitor OPAL,
all the basic and advanced features and tells you how to use the studio monitors.
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