Samson releases Resolv RXA-2 studio monitor speakers

January 24, 2014
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Hauppauge, NY – Samson’s Resolv RXA 2-Way Active Studio Reference Monitors deliver the sonic elements that are essential to any studio setup. Featuring Samson’s newly developed Air Displacement Ribbon Tweeters, these monitors produce smooth, natural mixes that will sound great on any system. Sold individually in 5-inch ($199.99) and 6-inch ($249.99) models, Resolv RXA monitors can be used in pairs to provide precise stereo imaging for recording, mixing, mastering and other multimedia applications.

The RXA5 (70 watts, 50Hz–27kHz) and RXA6 (100 watts, 45Hz–27kHz) include dedicated power amps and electronic crossovers that provide accurate tonal balance. Their 5 and 6-inch copolymer woofers with butyl coating force a fast recovery and quick transient response, removing unnecessary color and hype from low end frequencies. In addition, the integration of Samson’s all-new Air Displacement Ribbon Tweeters produce high frequencies free of unwanted resonance and distortion. Overall, these features generate the smooth, flat audio that makes the RXA speakers impeccable, reliable reference monitors in any setup. 

Both Resolv RXA models feature a master volume control on their back panels, as well as dedicated high and low frequency EQ knobs for optimizing the monitors to the specific space and intricacies of any studio. For increased versatility, the Resolv RXAs have balanced (1/4-inch, XLR) and unbalanced (RCA) input options. In addition, the monitors are constructed of solid Medium Density Fingerboards (MDF) with a vinyl-wrapped finish, resulting in a durable design with a sleek, stylish look.

Combining high quality components and meticulous engineering, Samson’s Resolv RXA studio reference monitors are the answer for musicians and producers in search of authentic, critical sound reproduction.


Samson Technologies began in 1980 designing wireless microphone systems. Today, we are an industry leader in audio, wireless and bass amplification in both the consumer and MI global markets. Over 300 Samson and Hartke products are sold and distributed in over 140 countries around the world.
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