Ensure your studio monitoring is accurate, revealing, and up to the task of mixing day in and day out with the Dynaudio Core 47. This is a three-way, tri-amped monitor, offered here in a left orientation. The Core 47 is a midfield monitor, the midsized variant in their flagship mixing monitors.
Utilizing efficient Class-D Pascal amplification, the monitor offers the user 500W for the lows, 500W for the midrange, and 150W for the high range. These individual amplifiers power dedicated low, midrange, and high-frequency drivers to ensure an accurate, fast transient response—even at high SPLs. The monitor also makes use of sophisticated DSP to ensure a flat response down to 44 Hz at -3 dB, and 37 Hz at -6 dB. Highs extend all the way up to 31 kHz at -6 dB to ensure a detailed high end.
With crossovers set at 475 Hz and 5.25 kHz, Core 47 provides a critical window into the ever-important vocal register, ensuring mix decisions on vocal EQ and dialogue dynamics can be made with confidence. The three-way design also does wonders for the bass; since midrange duties are handled by their own cone, low-end information can be judged and mixed with much more clarity.
The Core 47 has analog and AES (digital) XLR connections on the rear, as well as a digital XLR output for connecting a digital monitoring rig, and a BNC wordclock input to sync any digital signal to your clock of choice.
Powerful DSP to Fit Any Room
Shape the Tone if Desired
Analog Sensitivity and AES Connectivity
When using the AES input, Core 47's DSP operates at the incoming sample rate and either locks to the AES clock or incoming word clock to maintain the most accurate signal possible. That means if you work in 48 kHz, you can send the signal straight to your speakers in 48 kHz. It's as simple as that. There is no needless sample-rate conversion.