The world's most powerful and natural sounding
6.5" near-field monitor.
A powerhouse in compact size.
- Digitally controlled active nearfield studio monitor
- Authentic playback with advanced dynamics
- Minimum distortion
- Listening distance between 1m and 3m
- Low vibration housing
- Black lacquered matt-rolled surface
Leading digital technology
Create your projects on the world's most natural sounding studio monitors ever. With ultra high resolution of treble frequencies and a massive bass reproduction.
The innovative, digital technology of the LOG AudioEngine is the step into the future of audio production.
Made by musicians for musicians
We create speakers that sound extraordinarily musical instead of just being neutral. This important difference is considered in every step of the development process.
1" dome tweeter, 6.5" bass/midrange
2 x 70 W Class A/B amplifier
32 - 22000 Hz frequency range
192 kHz, 24 bit
Linear-phase FIR filters (crossover unit)
The puristic design of the LOG studio monitors are tailored to the very specific requirements of professional users.
Although sound and performance are the main priority when designing a studio monitor, we created an appealing and modern yet timeless design that fits perfectly into the work environment of professional users.
The low vibration housing has a matt black lacquered finish with the speaker chassis perfectly integrated on the front. A small colour LED is integrated as operation indicator. The back of the speaker is made of black anodised aluminium, with an I/O switch, digital and analog inputs, the digital output and a DIP-switch for speaker adjustments.
Linear-phase, digital room correction
With the high-performance DSP of the LOG AudioEngine, room correction is achieved without losses or phase-shifts. All adjustments can be made inside the speaker without even touching it physically.
Digital & Analog XLR Inputs
All LOG monitors offer digital and analog inputs for maximum sound reproduction quality in every studio setup. With the digital output, each speaker can be used in a master/slave setup to losslessly transfer the digital signal.
With DIP-switches on the back of the speaker, you can easily mute the analog input, define the speaker as left or right (when using the digital input), adjust bass and treble frequencies and change the input level of the analog input.