According to Meyer Sound, the Bluehorn System speakers were specifically designed for high-resolution monitoring applications for music recording, cinema post-production, music mastering, high-end home theater or other applications such as these that require the highest accuracy in sound reproduction. The complete Bluehorn Systems are available in either stereo or LCR monitoring configurations, with each channel comprising a two-way mid-high loudspeaker, a separate low frequency element, and dedicated digital processor.
The Bluehorn System is groundbreaking because this is the first time that large-format loudspeakers have achieved flat amplitude and phase response from 25 Hz to 20 kHz. Furthermore, the dedicated processor is a unique feature that sits in front of both the mid-high loudspeaker and the companion low-frequency cabinet. The system-specific, dsp-based, correction algorithms hosted by the processor were developed by meticulously analyzing all physical and electrical non-linearity throughout the entire system, from 25 Hz to 20 kHz, in order to bring acoustic output — at any level — into absolute phase and frequency alignment with the input signal. The result is absolutely transparent aural neutrality. This phase-coherent response could previously only be achieved by open-air electrostatic headphones with their extremely low mass diaphragms. While externally, Bluehorn shares the same cabinet footprint, driver dimensions and waveguide configuration as Meyer Sound’s Acheron Designer loudspeaker, on the inside, it utilizes an upgraded HF driver and new amplifiers with ultra-low noise and distortion.