M&K Sound offers D Series slimline speakers for TV and music

M&K D Series speakers

M&K Sound has today introduced the new discreet and design-conscious D Series of loudspeakers, comprising the D85 ($649 per pair) and D95 ($799 per pair) models. The décor-friendly speakers, available in flat White, Black or Grey are optimized for placement on walls, stands or furniture, and are ideal for flanking flat-panel displays for smaller AV rooms.

The D85 and D95 include M&K Sound’s 1.1-inch coated silk dome tweeters ported over from the reference 150 Series loudspeakers, so the performance is neutral and detailed. This configuration also enables timbre-matching across all the company’s loudspeakers. The D95 and D85 boast 91 dB and 89 dB of sensitivity, respectively, for better dynamics from the small enclosures. Although the D95 sports the larger front-on profile of 11.81 (H) x 9.45 (W) inches while the D85 measures 9.65 (H) x 7.68 (W) inches, both models have a common slim depth of 3.74 inches. M&K says this makes the speakers ideal for hanging in living rooms or kitchens, while not requiring invasive in-wall installations.

M&K D Series speakersWhile the 90 Hz – 20 kHz D95 houses a 6.5-inch polypropylene cone woofer, the 95 Hz – 20 kHz D85 uses a smaller 5.25-inch polypropylene cone woofer. Both models should be capable of “high-impact and dynamic” listening around the home or in a dedicated AV room. Each D Series speaker includes keyhole mount and a VESA-compatible interface for wall or hardware matching, and clearance from a wall is 2 mm. Although producing impressive bass response in their own right, the new speakers can ideally pair with M&K Sound’s compact V+ Series subwoofers.

Per Becher, chief executive officer of M&K Sound, says, “The D Series speakers are a beautiful complement to a stylish home and, in terms of performance, punch well above their size and weight.”

For more information, visit M&K Sound.





Martin, a seasoned journalist and AV expert, has written for several notable print magazines. He’s served in key roles at Lucasfilm’s THX Division, NEC’s digital cinema division, and has even consulted for DreamWorks. Despite his illustrious career, Martin remains rooted in his passion for cinema and acting, with notable appearances in several Spielberg films, Doctor Who, and Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back. He currently resides in San Francisco.

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