SRA 2200

Choose your prefered color

Send Enquiry

Overview

Upgrade your sound to the SRA 2200 and find out what you were missing. This bi-amplified monitor features a silk dome tweeter and a 8" kevlar woofer for exceptional dynamics and low frequency response. DSP balanced amplifiers power each transducer individually. Detailed user equalization is available on both models.

Specifications

DESCRIPTION Active 2 way speaker system
ENCLOSURE Heavily braced double MDF with aluminum pillars as corners
TRANSDUCER COMPLEMENTS: HF 1 x 1" silk dome tweeter
TRANSDUCER COMPLEMENTS: LF 1 x 8" kevlar woofer
AMPLIFIER POWER LF: 150 W, HF: 75 W
AMPLIFIER THD < 0.1%
FREQUENCY RESPONSE (-3 dB) on axis 45 Hz ~ 21 kHz
FREQUENCY EXTENSION (-10 dB) 38 Hz ~ 25 kHz
CROSSOVER FREQUENCY 1.8 kHz
INPUTS Balanced (XLR) and unbalanced (RCA)
CONTROLS Volume/gain, LF contour, MF contour, HF contour
FINISH Crimson red, piano black, pristine white
DIMENSIONS (HxWxD) mm 430 x 280 x 343
POWER CONSUMPTION 345 VA max.
NET WEIGHT 18.5 kg
FLOOR MOUNT STAND MODEL SFS 3 W/B (floor stand)

* All specifications are subject to change due to continuous improvements

SET UP YOUR SYSTEM

The following sketch shows an optimum set-up for a stereo system. The important part here is to place the speakers such that the head of the listener and the two monitors lie at the vertices of an equilateral triangle.

Figure 3: stereo set-up >

The following sketch shows a 5.1 set-up. It is recommended to have a symmetrical listening position with the front left and right speakers facing the listener and the surround speakers located at the back of the listener.

< Figure 4: Surround sound set-up



Distance from walls

While placing speakers, make sure that they are at least 40 cm away from any reflecting surface. This will help minimise bumps in the low-frequency response due to reflections, and also ensure that the rear-mounting port is unobstructed. It is also required to ensure that the heat sinks at the back have adequate ventilation, for uninterrupted operation.


POSITIONING OF SPEAKERS

To get the most neutral response, place the monitors vertically such that the center of the tweeter is roughly at ear level. If the tweeter level is lower than the ear level, there will be a loss in high frequencies, depending on how much lower the tweeter is, below ear-level. If the tweeter is higher than ear level, then, in addition to loss in high frequencies, there will be a dip in the upper mid frequency around 2 kHz.


ACOUSTICS OF THE LISTENING ROOM

The acoustical makeup of your listening room is key in determining how good (or bad) is the sound that reaches your ear. The contents of a room (carpets, curtains, furniture etc.), its shape, and the material of which the boundaries are made, make or break your sound. The idea is to have a listening area where the absorptions and reflections are calibrated to attain, as far as possible, a neutral environment. While there are no 'quick fix' formulae to convert a room to an 'ideal listening room', here are some things that you might try to attain optimal performance.

In your listening room, clap your hands, snap your fingers, and jingle a ring of keys. If the resulting sound is unintelligible (muffled), and resonating, your room is inclined toward being reflective. In this event, you might want to: Hang up curtains/ lay a carpet or rug / introduce book cases/ other racks. In the event that the resulting sound is too damped your room is inclined toward being absorptive. You might want to remove some of the absorptive material (like those given above). 

More SRA 2000 SERIES Products