8341 and W371 Stereo System

The point source 8341 nearfield monitor works seamlessly with the W371 adaptive woofer system to create a full-range mastering system with superb directivity and freedom from unwanted room colouration.

Ratkaisun tuotteet:

2 × 8341A SAM™ Studio Monitor
2 × W371A SAM™ Woofer System

Ratkaisun tuotteet:

8341A SAM™ Studiomonitori


110 dB


38 Hz - 37 kHz (-6dB)


H 370 x W 237 x D 243 mm, with Iso-Pod™ (muunna tuumiksi)

W371A SAM™ Bassokaiutinjärjestelmä


120 dB


23 Hz - 500 Hz (-6dB)


H 1108 x W 400 x D 400 mm, (muunna tuumiksi)


Smart Active Monitor (SAM™)

Minimum Diffraction Coaxial (MDC™)

Acoustically Concealed Woofers (ACW™)

Active Crossovers

Directivity Control Waveguide (DCW™)

Intelligent Signal Sensing (ISS™)

Iso-Pod™ Stand

Minimum Diffraction Enclosure (MDE™)

Optimized Amplifiers

Protection Circuitry

Reflex Port Design

Versatile Mountings

Laminar Integrated Port (LIP™)

Room Response Compensation

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W371 does not need a subwoofer because the W371 is itself a very capable low frequency source, in many ways superior to using a subwoofer. In certain immersive installations, a subwoofer can be used as the output method for the LFE channel content. In that case, the subwoofer is calibrated using the GLM as a second step after the primary system calibration.

Bass management means dividing low frequencies into a subwoofer and high frequencies to a loudspeaker, with the typical crossover frequency being in the range 50-100 Hz. A loudspeaker system using W371 with a monitor is a full range system that should not be bass managed. The output quality of the W371 with a monitor is acoustically superior to using a subwoofer and bass management for low frequencies. Because of this, W371 cannot be bass managed with a subwoofer.