Dynaudio have announced new additions to the Class-D-powered Core active range of monitors, which was launched at NAMM in January this year with the two-way Core 7 and three-way Core 59 (reviewed recently in SOS). Above you can see our video interview about the new monitors, shot on the Dynaudio stand at AES 2019 in New York.
As with the previous Core models, the model number relates to the size of the drivers — so the three-way Core 47, which Dynaudio have explained is positioned in the range between Cores 7 and 59, features a four-inch mid-range driver and a seven-inch woofer, as well as the 28mm Esotar Pro tweeter featured in the Core 59. The other new model is the 1000W, self-explanatory Core Sub, with four long-throw woofers. Like the Core 59, the Core 47 features analogue and digital inputs (the latter will accept audio at up to 24-bit, 192kHz), features the same DSP options as the Core 59, and can be used vertically or horizontally. An optional bracket permits wall- or ceiling-mounting.
The Core 47 and Core Sub should be available in late Autumn and retail for £3990$5000 (per pair) and £3150$4000 respectively. The optional wall-/ceiling-mounting bracket is £160$200.