A True Benchmark in Studio Monitoring.
The Dynaudio M range of speakers has been a staple in main monitoring in studios around the world for years. With the M5P – Evidence Dynaudio adds a monitor to the range that is specifically suited for mastering.
The M5P has been designed without compromises using only the best materials and is custom built in the Dynaudio factory in Denmark. The M5P is also the first studio monitor to feature Dynaudio Directivity Control, a technology that utilises a symmetrical drive unit array and an elaborate crossover topology to control sound radiation, which makes it easier to integrate into any studio room.
Dynaudio Directivity Control
Dynaudio Directivity Control builds on a vertical, symmetrical drive unit array and an elaborate crossover topology which leads to a controlled sound radiation. With two tweeters, two mid-range drivers and four woofers per loudspeaker, each drive unit complements its counterpart with regard to frequency response and phase relationship in such a way that an immensely accurate and defined sound radiation characteristic is achieved. The energy radiated to the room’s floor and ceiling is reduced by approximately 75 percent. This makes the M5P far less dependent on the room and its positioning much less critical, compared to any other studio monitors available.
To implement DDC in the lower frequencies, the woofer cabinets are positioned directly above and below the midrange and high frequency driver middle section.
This has two acoustical advantages. First, it provides a more equally spread radiation of the lower frequencies into the room. Second, this four-woofer design combines the diaphragm surface of a larger conventional single-woofer design with the power, speed and control of four smaller, single-voice coil-magnet assemblies.
To counteract any sonic resonance, a separate compartment isolates and provides the perfect mechanical and thermal environment for the carefully assembled, and close-tolerance selected, crossover components.
In addition, the compartment is passively ventilated at the back so that the crossover components always remain within a safe operating temperature range – even at continuous high volume levels and during extreme transients.