SC204 & SC205 Accessory

Rear Panel Wall Mount

Rear Panel Wall Mount

Swivelling adapter for wall mounting via both rear-panel fixation points of EVE Audio's SC204 or SC205 speaker.

The most important features at a glance

Frequency range

Woofer size

Max. SPL

More than just a speaker

More than just a subwoofer

Even if the focus is on the sound - our monitors offer a holistic solution that is well thought out from A to Z

SMART-knob

Simply set and save filters & volume.

Bass-reflex design

For precise bass reproduction without background noise.

Passive Radiator

For precise bass reproduction without background noise.

Parameter lock

Your settings are saved (even without power).

Safe Fade-In

A slow volume increase when switching on protects ears and equipment.

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The Air Motion Transformer

Our tweeters base on the ribbon tweeter technology. We reinvented our own version of the AMT which our speakers are well known for.  

Understanding the Air Motion Transformer

The Air Motion Transformer (AMT) is a unique driver technology, distinct from other audio drivers. It utilizes a lightweight, hand-folded diaphragm that is thinly coated with aluminum. The current of the music signal flows through these conductive strands.

The diaphragm is placed in a powerful magnetic field leading to movement in the folds caused by the Lorenz force. Due to the opposing direction of the current the walls of each single fold work against each other. The air between the folds is squeezed in and out at a ratio of 1:4, compared to the 1:1 ratio of a regular dome tweeter.

This results in higher resolution and dynamics in the tweeter section, along with a very low distortion level, allowing superior sound quality with enhanced detail and clarity.

The SMART-knob

The print around the SMART-knobThe SMART-knob found on EVE Audio studio monitors
High
Mid
Desk
Low
LED
Click the filters!
Powering On/Off: Standby Mode

Press and hold the control three seconds in order to put the monitor in Standby mode. The volume will decrease gradually while the LED ring lights up once around the Volume control. Afterwards, the LED on the right end will remain dimly lit and the power consumption is reduced to 1 watt.

Volume

The volume can be adjusted by turning the knob. Depending on the LED mode selected, the volume will be displayed as a dim/ bright circle or as a dim/bright point.

Mute

To put the monitor in Mute Mode, turn the Volume control counter
clockwise until you reach the minimum level. When the LED on the left
end lights up dimly the Mute Mode is activated.

Settings

Press the SMART-knob once to enter the Settings menu. Here you can set
different filters as well as the LED ring’s behavior. The LED
of the currently active function blinks. Click the different filters above to find out more about them!

High Filter

The High-Shelf Filter helps you adjust frequencies above 3kHz in 0.5dB increments. You may need it in the following situations:

  • Distance from Speakers: High frequencies weaken as you move further from the speakers. If you sit far from the speakers, boost the high frequencies. If you're close, like in a desktop setup (about 1 meter or 3 feet away), you might need to reduce the high frequencies.

  • Room Acoustics: In a room with few reflective surfaces ("dead room"), boosting high frequencies can create a more balanced sound. Conversely, in a room with many reflective surfaces, reducing the high frequencies is advisable.

Adjust the High Filter accordingly and achieve the best sound quality based on your listening position.

A dB/Hz graph showing the impact of the High Filter
Mid Filter

The Mid Filter is a bell filter centered at 1kHz. It allows you to boost or cut the midrange by up to +/-3dB in 0.5dB increments. Here's what you should consider:

  • Frequency Balance: The midrange is crucial for balancing lower and higher mid frequencies. Use the Mid Filter to fine-tune the balance between the fundamental and harmonic frequencies in your music.

  • Room Acoustics: The acoustics of your room can affect how midrange frequencies are perceived. Sound energy from the monitors may reflect off surfaces like walls, floors, and ceilings, altering the sound. Adjust the Mid Filter to compensate for these reflections and achieve a balanced sound.

The Mid filter is available on SC2070, SC3070, SC4070, SC3010 and SC3012.

A dB/Hz graph showing the impact of the Mid Filter
Desk Filter

The desk filter allows you to boost or cut you low-mid frequencies in 0.5dB increments:

  • Narrow-Band EQ: Depending on the model the filter is centered between 160 and 200Hz. When turned down, it reduces the low-mid boost often caused by reflections from mixers and similar surfaces. Decrease the filter gain to lessen this effect.

  • EQ at 80Hz: When turned up, it enhances the lower frequencies, giving more punch to the sound.

A dB/Hz graph showing the impact of the Desk Filter
Low Filter

The Low-Shelf Filter allows you to boost or attenuate frequencies below 300Hz in 0.5dB steps. Here's when to use it:

  • Attenuating Low Frequencies: If your room's acoustics cause a boost in low frequencies (due to room modes or speakers being close to walls), you can reduce them with the Low-Shelf Filter.

  • Boosting Low Frequencies: If the low frequencies are too weak, you can enhance them to achieve a balanced frequency response.

Adjust the Low-Shelf Filter accordingly to address any issues in the low frequency range caused by your room's acoustics.

A dB/Hz graph showing the impact of the Low Filter
LED

The LED Mode determines how the LED ring displays the volume level. There are four available modes:

  • Bright Ring: All LEDs up to the selected volume level light up brightly. As the signal gets louder, he brightly lit ring extends.

  • Bright Point: Only the LED corresponding to the selected volume level lights up brightly. As the signal gets louder, the brightly lit point moves further up.

  • Dim Ring: All LEDs up to the selected volume level light up dimly. As the signal gets louder, the dimly lit ring extends. The LEDs light up brightly momentarily when you adjust the volume.

  • Dim Point: Only the LED corresponding to the selected volume level lights up dimly. As the signal gets louder, the dimly lit point moves further up.

In all modes, the LEDs indicate volume levels, adjusting in four steps. Intermediate steps are shown by the brightness level between two adjacent LEDs.

Technical Specs

All facts and figures in detail

Dimensions

Width x Hight x Depth in mm

Frequency range

-3 dB at 1 m distance

Sound pressure level

Max. SPL per pair

Output power

Output power per speaker

Woofer size

Diameter

Passive radiator

Diameter

Cross-over frequency

Cross-over between drivers

Community Voices

What our BeliEVErs and independent tests say about the Rear Panel Wall Mount

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