High headroom three-way with unbelievable imaging. The ultimate point source monitor.
For applications calling for extraordinary imaging, extended frequency response, short to medium listening distance or long, fatigue-free working hours, The Ones - 8331, 8341 and 8351 - are in an elite league of their own. All being ultimate point source monitors, they combine a number of unique Genelec innovations with sustainable manufacturing, but without a single compromise on sound.
The Ones not only promote faster and more consistent production decision making, but also longer listening time than traditional loudspeakers, because unnatural imaging, a main contributor to listener fatigue, is minimized. Dispersion is controlled over an unusually wide frequency range thanks to the large integrated waveguide (DCW™) with the hidden dual woofers; and orientation may be either horizontal or vertical. Their looks are striking too, either way you turn them.
Once you have heard The Ones, a difficult decision will remain: Which size to choose. 8341 packs an abundance of performance and power into a compact enclosure, but beautiful sound and high exposure can be a dangerous combination. Please be careful with your ears and utilize 8341’s mighty power for headroom, rather than elevating the average listening level.
With the latest SAM technology included, 8341 always makes the best of the room and monitor placement. Use the Genelec GLM application and its auto-calibration function, based on experience from thousands of studios around the world, to compensate for detrimental room influence and delay, regardless if you work in mono, stereo or immersive formats.
Also available:40th Anniversary Limited Edition 8341
Recording Magazine Genelec 8341 and 8331 Studio Monitors and GLM 3 Software, March 2018 (US)
MusicTech Magazine: Genelec The Ones SAM 8331 & 8341 Review – Raising The Bar, November 2017 (GB)
Sound on Sound Magazine: Genelec The Ones by Hugh Robjohns, July 2017 (GB)
Resolution Magazine/Monitoring Supplement: “Creating Ultimate Point Source”, May 2017 (GB)