E-MU Announces Modern Symphonic Orchestra PM5 Precision Monitors

Scotts Valley, CA (October 18, 2005)--E-MU Systems has announced the new Modern Symphonic Orchestra for its Emulator X and Proteus X Desktop Instruments, offering a comprehensive collection of over 10GB of the finest string, brass, woodwind and percussion samples. E-MU also recently announced its new powered nearfield, the PM5 Precision Monitor.
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Scotts Valley, CA (October 18, 2005)--E-MU Systems has announced the new Modern Symphonic Orchestra for its Emulator X and Proteus X Desktop Instruments, offering a comprehensive collection of over 10GB of the finest string, brass, woodwind and percussion samples. E-MU also recently announced its new powered nearfield, the PM5 Precision Monitor.

The Modern Symphonic Orchestra has been programmed specifically for the powerful Emulator X and Proteus X sound engine, delivering natural-sounding instruments by cycling through multiple samples with total real-time control over bowing techniques, articulation, etc. This "plug-and-play" programming assures that you will be able to dial in a perfect orchestral sound every time. The Modern Symphonic Orchestra will ship in November 2005, at an estimated street price of $329.99.

E-MU Systems also recently announced the new PM5 Precision Monitor, a powered nearfield reference monitor that has been designed from the ground up to deliver hyper-accurate audio in a compact design. According to E-MU, the PM5's custom audiophile amplifiers (40W/40W bi-amplified power section with discrete Class-A input stage, MOSFET output stages and active crossover) and "world-class" drivers and premium cabinet combine for superior imaging and hi-end transient detail with linear frequency response to rival compact nearfield monitors selling for over twice the price.

Professional features like overload protection, balanced/unbalanced inputs, and treble, bass and input sensitivity controls ensure that the PM5 will seamlessly integrate into any studio environment. The PM5 Precision Monitor will ship in November, 2005 at a street price of $249.99 each.

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