The Pioneer Pro Audio BULIT series is designed for great audio feedback while practicing, producing, and creating music.
These studio monitors are offered in three models with varying size drivers – five, six, or eight inch – to fit your taste and environment. Each model features excellent sound quality, improved bass response and reliability, three types of inputs, and built-in equalization, useful if you want to achieve the highest accuracy in sound reproduction.
For maximum audio performance, increased bass output, and reduced unwanted resonance, each speaker utilizes a highly rigid medium density fiberboard (MDF) for its enclosure and bass reflex ducts. To optimize sound quality and reliability, the woofers are made with aramid fiber cones and soft dome tweeters infused in magnetic fluid.
To improve airflow through the port of the enclosure, the port hole was engineered with grooves to help direct the sound waves smoothly. The technique decreases standing waves from the mouth of the port, resulting in smooth bass and mid-bass output with more impact.
Matching the bass output of the speakers, the soft dome tweeters are set in the center of a convex diffuser optimizing output and dispersing the sound energy in both left and right directions for wider imaging. For a cool cosmetic look, the diffuser illuminates in white when the speakers are powered on.
A highly efficient Class AB amplifier drives the speakers in a bi-amp configuration to power the tweeters and woofers separately.
These monitors also enable you to adjust high-pass level output via the built-in equalizer from the back of the speaker. The equalizer adjusts the high frequency range in one decibel increments (-2dB to +1dB), tailoring the audio output to your listening preference.
All models feature three types of inputs - XLR, TRS, and RCA - for connection to different devices, such as external sound cards, computers, DJ equipment, and portable devices.
For convenience and power conservation, the speakers include an Auto Standby mode that automatically turns itself off when there is no input signal sensed after 25 minutes, and powers back on when signal input is detected.