Gemini SR Series Powered Monitors

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Gemini has been very busy making lots of new and exciting products for DJ's and performers. They are now shipping a brand new line of Powered Monitored Speakers that will be sure to fulfill all of your monitoring needs while coming in at a great price that won't break the bank. The Gemini SR Monitors are available in 5-inch, 6.5-inch and 8-inch versions with a 10-inch powered Subwoofer version to add that extra bass. They come with RCA, XLR, and TRS connections, volume control, and power indicators.

SR-5
5" Active Studio Reference Monitor

SR-6
6.5" Active Studio Reference Monitor

SR-8
8" Active Studio Reference Monitor

SR-10SUB
10" Active Subwoofer

The truth about monitors…

When it comes to monitors, accuracy is crucial.  Let’s be honest, decent monitors can sound great in your project studio, but truly accurate monitors will ensure your mix sounds great everywhere else – whether you’re listening in your car, on your portable media player or on your home stereo.  That’s why the cost-effective SR active monitors from Gemini were designed to offer genuinely precise audio that truly reflects the state of your mix.

Build your mix, from the bass up.

Gemini’s SR-5 boasts a 5-inch woven glass aramid composite woofer for tight, accurate low-end response.  To complement this custom-designed low frequency driver, the elegant, magnetically shielded enclosure incorporates a front-firing port, which helps deliver clean, accurate bass.  While rear-firing ports can throw low-end frequencies into walls and corners, creating an imprecise image, front-firing ports ensure clear bass response for a mix without coloration, even at high SPLs.

Get high… with an articulate tweeter.

For crisp, natural highs, the SR-5 houses a 1-inch neodymium driver on its soft-dome tweeter.  This recessed high frequency driver also employs a purposeful waveguide that directs sound away from the cabinet, so your high frequencies are reproduced with articulate precision and without diffraction.  Combined with outstanding bass response, the result is a highly detailed stereo image. 

Power and control: your room, your rules.

To reduce distortion, the monitor features a bi-amped design, with 50 watts of Peak power delivered to the low frequency driver and 25 watts of Peak power delivered to the high frequency driver.  And because mixing environments vary from one room to another – a large professional studio, a mid-size project studio, a small bedroom, a spacious basement – the SR-5 provides Volume and High Frequency controls, so you can adjust your sound to suit your setting.

Style meets substance.

For flexible connectivity, the SR-5 provides XLR, TRS and RCA connectors.  An extensive frequency response between 55Hz and 20kHz also guarantees accurate, well-balanced audio with true sonic clarity.  And when it comes to looks, these sleek, black monitors with red woven woofers offer a stylish complement to your mixing space.


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