Project Lone Pine
Kali's debut LP-6 and LP-8 studio monitors are designed to give you world-class power and accuracy without breaking the bank.
Transparency. Clarity. Accuracy.
Kali Audio's Lone Pine Series studio monitors are designed to allow you to hear every detail that's happening in your mix.
This starts with an exceptionally accurate frequency response. Whatever is present on your mix is what you'll hear in these monitors. Nothing is boosted or suppressed to cover flaws or try to sound more pleasing.
With the LP-6 and LP-8, you can mix with more confidence, and you can also be assured that your mix will translate as best as possible to whatever systems your audience is using.
Class D Power
Lower Frequency Response
< 3% System THD
94 dB @ 1M
...and I have listened for this purpose 3 pairs of monitors: Kali Audio LP-6, Focal Alpha 65 and Adam A7X. Kali LP6 shortly I rejected. I liked the most Alphas 65 and Adam A7X. Unfortunately Alphas 65 and 80 were an issue with crackling, when I played stronger chords in piano, especially in low register....
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The Kali LP-6: A 2-way powered studio monitor: The LP stands for Lone Pine (a town in California's East Sierra near Mt. Whitney); the area's town names will be a theme for a range of Kali monitors. Kali are based in Los Angeles. Birth of Gonzo: Sometimes I'm more of a participant than a...