Genelec 8330AP Bi-Amplified Smart Active Monitor (Single)
Bi-Amplified Smart Active Monitor (Dark Grey)
An indispensable tool in challenging room acoustic, the 8330A is the monitoring solution for music studios, post-production houses, digital edit suites, radio, TV and outside broadcasting.
As unusually good-looking as it is sonically imposing, the 8330A Smart Active Monitor (SAM) makes good use of Genelec’s Acoustically Concealed Woofer (ACW) technology combined with the Minimum Diffraction Enclosure (MDE) driver and Directivity Control Waveguide (DCW) to produce extremely controlled directivity over a very wide bandwidth. Every element of this monitor is sculpted to polish your listening experience. Maxing out at 104 dB, the 8330A has a 45Hz – 23kHz (-6dB) frequency response. Its 5” woofer and ¾” tweeter are both 50W and the monitor weighs 5.5kg. The monitor’s performance also remains identical in both vertical and horizontal orientations, ensuring true accuracy.
Genelec’s 8330A is made to adjust to and capitalise on any aspect of a modern acoustic setting, courtesy of a suite of augmented technologies.
As studio space increasingly becomes more confined and listening areas limited, so recordings are taking place in a broader array of locations – a great deal of which with negligible acoustic treatment. The Smart monitors and Smart subwoofers of the Compact Series are built to adapt and assist.
The 8330A SAM utilises cutting-edge AutoCal technology to create an optimised and regulated monitoring environment, and are controlled by the proprietary Genelec Loudspeaker Manager (GLM) 2.0 software. Monitoring set-ups stretching from basic stereo to immersive audio can be consistently executed, after automatically calibrating and compensating for deficiencies in the listening environment.
- Optimized Amplifiers
- Active Crossovers
- Smart Active Monitor
- Directivity Control Waveguide
- Protection Circuitry
- Minimum Diffraction Enclosure
- Reflex Port Design
- Iso-Pod™ Stand
- Versatile Mountings
- Intelligent Signal Sensing