Quested S7R

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Quested S7R: true reference monitor

The Quested monitors are engineered to deliver a flat, powerful, detailed sound - a very natural sound. The S7R is a two way studio monitor and is designed to be compact yet offer a bass extension that borders on the line of requiring a sub for the majority of monitoring situations. Incorporating a 6.5” low frequency driver with a double flared front loaded port design means reduced turbulence and a monitor that is very forgiving of placement to
walls. The built in amplification provides a total of 190W RMS to the drivers. Power is split with 120W RMS to the 6.5” LF and 70W RMS to the silk dome tweeter. Attenuation to the input sensitivity along with low and high frequency is available on the rear panel. The operating range is 65 Hz – 20 kHz with a +- 2db tolerance.

  • Active studio monitor
  • Dimensions: 244(w) x 347(h) x 302(d) mm
  • Drivers: Bass cone – 1 x 165 mm (6 ½ ”)
  • High Frequency soft dome – 1 x 28 mm (1 ⅛”)
  • Frequency Response: 65 Hz-20 kHz ± 2 dB
  • Connector: XLR and ¼ inch Jack combo socket
  • Impedance: 10k electronically balanced with RF filters
  • Sensitivity: -12 dBu to +6 dBu for 96 dB SPL @ 1 m set by
    10 position rotary switch on rear
  • Subsonic: -3dB @ 30 Hz, 24dB/oct
  • Ultrasonic: -3dB @ 75kHz, 4dB/oct
  • Crossover: 1k19
  • LF EQ: -2/- 4 @ 65 Hz
  • HF EQ: +/- 2dB @ 10 kHz
  • Typical use 75W (average music), max 140W 

Quested s7r: for studio use

This 6,5" woofer and 1. 1/8"tweeter produce a very natural sound, making it representative for most music styles. However, we believe this monitor being specifically useful for R&B music, for its great quality of the bass sound. 

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