Kali Audio LP-6 2-Way 6.5" Powered Studio Monitor

- Powered: Yes
- Amplifier Class: D
- Power Configuration: Bi-Amped
- LF Power: 40 W
- HF Power: 40 W
- Total Power: 80 W
- LF Driver: 6.5" Woofer
- HF Driver: 1" Soft Dome Tweeter
- Frequency Response: (-10 dB) 38 Hz - 25 kHz
- Frequency Range: (+/-3 dB) 45 Hz - 21 kHz
- Crossover: 1.5 kHz
- SPL: 85 dB Continuous at 2 Meters with 20 dB Headroom
- Max SPL: 108 dB
- Total Harmonic Distortion: 0.03% > 80 Hz

Inputs:
- 1 x TRS (balanced)
- 1 x XLR (balanced)
- 1 x RCA (unbalanced)

- TRS/XLR Input Sensitivity: +4 dBu
- RCA Input Sensitivity: -10 dBV
- HF Trim: -2 dB, +/-0 dB, +2 dB
- LF Trim: -2 dB, +/-0 dB, +2 dB
- Enclosure: Front Ported

- Dimensions (H x W x D): 14.125 x 8.75 x 10.25" (35.9 x 22.2 x 26 cm)
- Product Weight: 15.54 lbs (7.01 kg)
- Shipping Weight: 18 lbs (8.16 kg)

In the Box:
- LP-6 Studio Monitor
- US Power Cable
- Quickstart Guide
Dimensions and Weight in Packaging
Black, Single Speaker
Shipping Weight: 17.5 lbs
Shipping Dimensions: 17 x 13 x 12 in
Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): LP-6
Warehouse Resealed, Black, Single Speaker
Shipping Weight: 17.5 lbs
Shipping Dimensions: 17 x 13 x 12 in
Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): LP-6
White, Single Speaker
Shipping Weight: 17.5 lbs
Shipping Dimensions: 17 x 13 x 12 in
Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): LP-6-W
Black, Pair
Shipping Weight: 35 lbs
Black, Pair, with Focusrite Scarlett 2i2 3rd Interface
Shipping Weight: 37.5 lbs
(13 ratings)
Submitted December 4, 2018 by Zachary L in Bloomington, IL
"Quality at a remarkable price"
Verified Customer zZounds has verified that this reviewer made a purchase from us.
I recently purchased these to use in a home studio and I made this purchase off of pure hype and affordability. I normally get burned going this route but I kept hearing that these were the truth from people I trust so I bought em. I wasn't prepared for what I was getting. First things first: These are made with care and a quality that seem to be reserved for more high end models. They're solid and have weight to them. I was also surprised just how big the cabinet was but again - pleasantly surprised. Second: The positional guides printed directly on the back of these are so thorough and abundant that you'd be hard pressed to find any situation you might place these not listed. And they're extremely helpful to getting that accurate reproduction you'd be looking for. Third: The sound is brilliantly flat. Nothing seems cut or boosted in any way. It's remarkable. However... They SLAP. At a reasonable listening level, they have low end that rumbles, mids that sit snug in the mix and highs that aren't harsh or washed. It's simply amazing how even these sound across the frequency spectrum and without a sub. If you want to get surgical, you'll obviously need a sub but so far, I'm not running into any situation of use where I've even felt I needed one. Simply put - they sound like monitors that would normally cost you a helluva lot more than $300 a pair. I'll end this by simply saying that if you're in the market for monitors - and especially if you're creating Rap/Trap/R&B/Pop or virtually any other kind read more of music - give these a serious consideration/chance. You won't be disappointed.

Sound
"low end that rumbles, mids that sit snug in the mix and highs that aren't harsh or washed"Follow the guides in the instructions and on the back of the cabinets and you'll get the best sound possible from these!

Features
The room guides. They're extremely helpful and make a huge difference.

Quality
"These are made with care and a quality that seem to be reserved for more high end models. They're solid and have weight to them."

Value
Extremely affordable monitors for the sound and quality.

Musical Style:
Rap/Trap/R&B/Neo Soul/Ambient/Soundscape
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