The first transportable Main Monitor

Mini Main Monitor

We offer a linear frequency response, a perfect impulse response and phase coherence, but we also pack 1500 watts per speaker divided across six drivers into a compact and lightweight enclosure. The Kii THREE is able to move some serious air, but we didn´t just stop there. Instead Bruno Putzeys invented the Active Wave Focusing technology, that controls the sound dispersion and directs the sound pressure, where we need it to be: Into the sweetspot! Intelligent DSP processing provides the Kii THREE with a cardioid sound dispersion pattern down to the low-mid and bass frequencies, which otherwise can only be achived by very wide baffles, big cabinets or soffit mounting speakers (infinite baffle design). The controlled sound dispersion is the only reason, why a big main monitor system in a good room offers the special feel and impact it does. Even though acousticians and speaker designers know about this task, no other speaker manufacturer has approached a solution to this common problem. We designed the Kii THREE with the acoustical challenges of todays studio setups in mind. It fits everywhere and can be the one and only monitor solution you need for every task. It really is the first „Mini Main monitor system“ available. We also think it looks rather beautiful.

* Please note that the Kii THREE professional version comes in a rugged high density grey spatter finish.

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Work with Kii

Today’s studio business is constantly evolving. Audio software has enabled a democratization of music production, along with some great possibilities and also a lot of challenging changes to overcome for professional engineers. Yet for recording, producing, mixing and mastering a single piece of gear still is as important as it has ever been: the monitoring system! Having a transparent and revealing monitor system that translates your work perfectly to the outside world has become more important than ever. It is the centerpiece of the modern studio. As an audio professional you’re always looking for ways to raise the bar of sonic performance. You want a clear, reliable and consistent advantage over your competition. The Kii THREE system is that advantage.

Whether you work in a major facility, independent recording studio, or from your home studio, a good monitoring situation enables you to work faster, easier and achieve better results everyday. It takes the guesswork out of any decision during a production, so you can be safe and bold with your decisions and move through a project quickly, focussing on what´s really important in the studio: the musical ideas, the artistic expression and the interaction with your clients!

Artists

Enjoying success with Kii

Jacob Collier - two time Grammy Winner - Recording Artist - UK
Mario Biondi - Recording Artist - Italy

Max Richter - Recording Artist - London
Shadow Child - Producer/DJ - UK
Ross Hogarth - Multi platinum/Multi Grammy winning 
producer/mixer/engineer

Jonas Westling - Mixing Engineer - London
Sonnox Ltd. - Plug-In manufacturer - Oxford
Reinhold Mack - Recording Engineer - Munich
Philharmonie Luxembourg - 5.1 Studio

Moscow Philharmonic - 5.1 Studio
Jerboa Mastering - Belgium
Tobias Wagner Filmmusic - Berlin
Studio Wood - Netherlands
Ralf C. Mayer - Stuttgart / Berlin
Vowlume Studios - UK
Theron Feemster aka Neff-U - L.A.
Soundevice Studios - Prague
Spotlight Reclame - Antwerpen
Speakeasy Sound Studio - L.A.
Grace Design Studios - Colorado
Sound and Scripture - Udo Rinklin
2nd Home Filmstudio - Berlin
Wittemann 5.1 Studio - N.Y.
Eckard Gadow - Filmstudio - Berlin
Amir El Kadi - Sound Design - Vienna
Terrasound Studios - Berlin
Manufacturas Sonoras - Madrid

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Multi platinum / Multi Grammy winning producer/mixer/engineer - Van Halen / Ziggy Marley / REM / Keb’ Mo’ / John Fogerty / Motley Crue / Melissa Etheridge / Flogging Molly

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Jonas Westling

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Jonas Westling is a Swedish born Grammy nominated mixing and recording engineer based in London. He has worked with artists as diverse as Lady Gaga, Paul McCartney and Newton Faulkner.

The first thing I thought when I heard the key speakers was that how amazingly good the bottom end was, they sound like main monitors in a small cabinet. Secondly, of course, the clarity and flat frequency response, there are no holes in the frequencies they are entirely flat. I have always been thinking that top end speakers have always been a little bit too bright. I preferred darker sounding speakers, but the is the first speaker that is flat, the top end is amazing as well as well as the bottom.
For me the Kii are just an extension of the music, I don't really hear the room in them, I don't hear the speaker to hear the music how it's intended to be. It's night and day difference. I don't get to do client revisions anymore really, I have maybe one revision and some small changes. But when it is right on the Kii Three then it is almost right everywhere all the time. Nowadays I don't even have a second set of speakers. I trust the Kii that much. I used to have three pairs to switch between but thinking back then maybe that just made me more confused. Having one set of speakers that you really trust has just been a game-changer for me.

More on Jonas Westling here

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