3-D Imaging Waveguide
How Does it Work?
Every time you hear a loudspeaker, you're hearing both the direct sound from the speaker, and reflections from the speaker's signal bouncing off of objects in the room.
When those reflections are congruent with the direct sound from the speaker, listeners perceive a better sound overall, and are able to make out very subtle details like where microphones are placed in a room.
When done very well, the stereo image will be three-dimensional, representing a sound stage that is wider, deeper, and taller than the speakers themselves.
This gives you a very high degree of confidence in your mix. It allows you to mix faster, and produce better mixes overall.
Low Noise Port Tube
How Does it Work?
On most port tubes, air leaves at different speeds from different points of the opening, creating noisy turbulence. This turbulence can be heard as "chuffing," or an audible air sound coming from the monitor. This sound will add to the noise floor and obscure the details of the low end.
The port tube on LP-6 was designed to ensure that all of the air leaves the port tube at the same velocity. This helps add to the low end response of the speaker, while keeping the bass clean, tight, and devoid of extra noise.
Flat Frequency Response
The LP-Series monitors are very accurate throughout their frequency response. The measurements you see were conducted by Pro Sound Testing in Greenville, IN. Please find a link to their complete dataset, to be viewed with CLF Viewer, at the link below.
The LP-6 has the lowest distortion in its class; a full 6 dB lower than its nearest competitor. This is achieved via design considerations that optimize woofer performance. Like our frequency response data, this data was collected by Pro Sound Testing in Greenville, IN.