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Description

The SRP 500 is a new compact near field active reference monitor. This SRP excels at monitoring effects and other such subtleties in the mix. The enclosure is pressure die cast aluminum that maximizes rigidity and lends it a unique form. The silk dome tweeter is nested in a custom waveguide to produce on and off axis linearity and a wide, detailed soundstage. The 5.25\" kevlar woofer produces deep bass and exceptional transient response. A new 50 + 50 watt biamplifier* drives the transducers optimally while providing adequate headroom and dynamics. The maximum SPL measures in at an impressive 104dB. DSP based internal processing with high quality ADC and DAC is employed for the crossover and also provides the 0.75dB step calibrated HF and LF room compensation EQs at the rear.* On the front is a level control ranging from mute to +6dB with centre detent at 0dB. Tapped inserts at the rear and bottom allow for various mounting options. The SRP 500 accepts both XLR and TRS balanced inputs and is available in the following durable powder coat finishes: rich black, charcoal grey or snow white.

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New Sonodyne SRP line vs PSI vs Quested vs old Sonodyne - impressions

...rendering as such. People who work mostly with this type of music would probably choose Sonodynes out of these two. SRP 500 sounds quite similar, just with little less overal space volume naturally - but not that much. Then we wanted to put PSI A17 into the game. This was quite interesting. Within modern dynamic...

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Sonodyne monitors

I can purchase a set of SRP 500 for about USD $700 USED. A store has them, and I can audition them, but cannot find any reviews at all, only reviews on the 400 and 600. Does anyone at all have the 500? Basically, I plan to compare them to a new pair of Newman...

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Sonodyne monitors

...able to get what I want, instead it's more dependent on what's available at any given time. Regardless, I like the SRP500's, as well as the SM50's. What's your take on those two models?

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