Geithain RL 933 K1 (Pair)

£10,684.80 £8,904.00
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Cash Price £2500, Deposit £500, Loan amount £2000, 9.9% APR representative, Interest rate 9.9% p.a. fixed, 24 monthly repayments of £91.81, Total term of loan agreement 24 months, Total Amount payable £2703.44.
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3-way studio monitor with a cardioid radiation characteristic

The Geithain RL 933K1 is a 3-way monitor featuring K Technology (Cardioid radiation characteristics in the low range) reducing distracting rearward-directed room reflections within a 35-250Hz-frequency range. Compared to the RL933K, the RL993K1 is a more compact cabinet employed when space is an issue. The Class D RL-Amplifier is available as an alternative to the standard MOSFET amplifier in an upright standing enclosure.

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ManufacturerGeithain
Short Description3-way studio monitor with a cardioid radiation characteristic
LF Driver Size8"
EQ CorrectionNo
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