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PSI Audio A21-M

Posted on: Tuesday 27th of February 2018

PSI-Audio-A21-M_smPSI Audio have updated their popular studio monitor A21-M to reach a new level of excellence. The PSI Audio A21-M qualifies as part of pro audio history. Ever since its inception as Studer A3 in 1996, this studio monitor has impressed those engineers who took the time to audition it. Since then, more than 10,000 A3 and A21 monitors have been sold. PSI Audio has continually improved the speakers over the last 20 years, striving for that little extra in purity and clarity. The fourth version of the A21-M boasts a number of small improvements. The main aim was to increase the maximum sound pressure level and frequency range while retaining the natural sound reproduction the speaker is known for. To this avail, a new powerful driver was integrated and modifications were made to filters and the adaptive output impedance. The new iteration of the legendary reference speaker sets out to improve on the qualities of its predecessors. Handmade in the company’s manufacture in Switzerland, the A21-M satisfies the highest demands on quality.
The PSI Audio A21-M is available immediately in burgundy red, white and black. The MSRP is €2,800 including tax.
 www.psiaudio.swiss   www.emerginguk.com



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