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Unity Audio Presenting Boulder Active Bass Extender (B.A.B.E) At 2016 NAMM

Studio subwoofer offers single 12-inch/300mm driver with a 5-inch/130mm Hexatech external voice coil for extended low frequency applications

Unity Audio will be showcasing the Boulder Active Bass Extender (B.A.B.E) for the first time in the United States at the 2016 NAMM Show (Hall A, Booth 6324).

Affectionately known as the B.A.B.E (pronounced ‘babe’), this loudspeaker is designed to transform the Unity Audio Boulder MKII from a 3-way near / mid-field monitor into a 4-way system mid-field / main monitor for higher SPL and extended low frequency applications, for use in bigger tracking/mixing and mastering rooms.

The woofer is a single 12-inch/300mm driver with a large 5-inch/130mm Hexatech external voice coil wound with a hexagonal-shaped aluminum coil wire, which is 2-3 times thicker than a standard woofer.

The B.A.B.E maintains the same sealed cabinet approach used throughout the Unity Audio range.

In a stereo Boulder/B.A.B.E system anywhere from two to four cabinets can be employed. The more cabinets used, the higher the SPL will be. Several mounting options are available to provide maximum flexibility, including soffit mount or free-standing, allowing the speakers to be positioned side-by-side, horizontally with the B.A.B.E underneath or as a tower with dedicated optional stands.

Each B.A.B.E cabinet has its own rack-mountable 750W class-D amplifier. An external Unity Audio rack-mount DSP 2-input, 4-output speaker management system is used to crossover the B.A.B.E to the Boulder with the added benefit of precise on board gain, phase, EQ, limiters and presets.

Employing the B.A.B.E creates a fully 4-way Boulder system that can be configured by the user.

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