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Monitor Audio Gold 300 Floorstanding Speakers

Monitor Audio Gold 300 Floorstanding Speakers Technology C-CAM (Ceramic-Coated Aluminium/Magnesium) ribbon transducer design providing extension to a class leading 60KHz HiVeII port technology for better transient response and tighter ba ...Read More

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Monitor Audio Gold 300 Floorstanding Speakers Technology
  • C-CAM (Ceramic-Coated Aluminium/Magnesium) ribbon transducer design providing extension to a class leading 60KHz
  • HiVeII port technology for better transient response and tighter bass
  • New C-CAM RST (Rigid Surface Technology) bass/mid-range driver
  • Single bolt through driver fixings for improved bracing, rigidity and driver/baffle de-coupling
  • Die-cast alloy terminal panel arrangement with high quality bi-wire terminals and high end spade type link cables
  • Pureflow silver internal cabling
  • Selected premium quality wood veneer or high gloss lacquer finishes
  • Rigid 20mm MDF construction throughout, employing radial and cross-bracing techniques for high rigidity resulting in low cabinet colouration
  • Invisible magnetic grille fixings provide a sleek visual effect.
Specifications: System Format 3-Way Frequency Response 30 Hz - 60 kHz Sensitivity (1W@1M) 90 dB Nominal Impedance (ohms) 8 Maximum S.P.L (dBA) 116.8 Power Handling - R.M.S. (W) 200 Recommended Amplifier Requirements (W) 100 - 200 Bass Alignment Bass reflex - HiVeII port system Crossover Frequency L.F - M.F: 790 Hz
M.F - H.F: 2.3 kHz Drive Unit Complement 2 x 6.5" RST bass driver
1 x 4" RST mid-range driver
1 x C-CAM H.F ribbon transducer Cabinet Dimensions (HxWxD) 1060 x 210 x 330 mm
(413/4 x 81/4 x 13 inch) Complete Dimensions Inc Terminals, Plinths & Spikes (HxWxD) 1105 x 317 x 370
(431/2 x 121/2 x 149/16) Weight (each) 27.2kg (59lb 14oz)  
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Manufacturer Monitor Audio
Model Number MA-GOLD300

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