Redefine the way you produce with the A21-M! It is an astonishing monitor used for the most demanding audio productions, allowing the user to be in full control of the sound image in all regards down to the finest details.
- 100% Analog – No DSP
- Flat frequency response
- Perfect stereo image
- Handmade Tweeter
- Class G/H Amplifiers
- Individually calibrated
- 5+1 years warranty
- Handmade in Switzerland
Your success story with the A21-M
Only you know where your story begins, and who knows where it will take you? With the A21-M, you certainly know what you hear: a precise replica of what the sound was intended to be.
Make sure that little details cannot sneak past you during mixing, the A21-M lays them all bare before you. This quality has earned PSI Audio the respect of sound professionals all around the world. As a large nearfield monitor, the A21-M puts the entire soundstage right before your ears with peculiar precision, as lifelike and natural as a reproduction can possibly be. Stop listening for little mistakes – with the A21-M you just hear them. We must warn you though: once you have experienced the real thing, you will not be able to accept anything less.
Perfect Stereo Image
Stereo is more than just volume differences between the left and right channels. Phase relations are paramount to determine the accurate position of a signal in the acoustic space – and hence equally important in the development of PSI Audio speakers. The accurate phase alignment provided by PSI Audio CPR technology recreates the vivid spatial listening experience as it was intended. Instrument placement, reverb envelopes, even compression artefacts are easy to identify with the phase-corrected reproduction of PSI Audio speakers.
Expand the bottom end
While the A21-M already reaches down to 38 Hz, its low end can be extended further by adding one or two subwoofers to the system. An A225-M or a pair of A125-M subwoofers will unleash the full potential of the A21-M at any listening level, translating its accurate reproduction qualities into the lowest registers.