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MP 950 On-Wall Speaker

M&K Sound



The flat on wall version of the LCR 950 THX uses the same drive units found in the 150 studio monitor. This low profile design allows for the installation of discrete on wall systems that deliver the quality associated with MK's professional monitors. With the tweeter placed at the top of the cabinet, the same sound quality can be achieved with the speaker placed horizontally or vertically. The LCR950 uses a 1" polymer coated silk soft-dome, ferrofluid cooled neodymium magnet tweeter and dual 5.25" mineral-filled polypropylene cone, magnetically shielded cast basket woofers. Featuring MK Sounds proprietary Phase-Focused Crossover, the MP950 provides extraordinarily even dispersion of sound throughout a broad listening area with superior imaging and sound quality.

Designed for music and theatre systems in small to medium size rooms, it delivers delicate sonic transparency combined with tremendous dynamic capability resulting in minimal coloration and effortless handling of voices, percussive effects, and musical instruments with life-like impact, and is timbre-matched to the SUR-95T. Available in black or white satin finish with matching fabric grille.

MP950 has integrated bracket for vertical wall mount.

Dimensions: 19.6” x 6.8” x 3.9” – 500 x 175 x 100 mm
Frequency Response: 80-20Khz +/- 3dB
Recommended Amplifier Power: 25-200 watt
Bass-Midrange: 2 x 5.25” Polypropylene
High Frequency driver: 1” Soft fabric dome
Impedance: 4 Ohms
Sensitivity: 90 dB, 2,83V1m
Weight: 14 lbs / 6.6 kg

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