The latest incarnation of Fluid's unusual FPX7 monitor combines the bold, concentric-ribbon design of the earlier version with an altogether more satisfying tonality.
For their first-ever headphone design, Avantone have seen fit to include some unusual — and useful — extra features.
Fender’s foray into the world of pro live sound continues, with these premium IEMs.
Can I use the headphone output (Output 9-10) on an RME Fireface 800 audio interface to feed a click track to an IEM (In-ear Monitor) transmitter for a drummer?
Whether you’re on a budget or have cash to splash, Audio-Technica’s new range of IEMs has something for you.
BLUE are well known in the studio microphone field but they’re now also making significant inroads into the headphone market...
Dynaudio’s rich pedigree in speaker design makes itself heard in these stylish new designs!
In spite of their diminutive size, these monitors turn in a seriously impressive performance.
We fire up the latest model in Unity Audio’s geologically themed monitor range to find out just how much it rocks!
In their latest headphone design, Yamaha have sought to capture the essence of their classic NS10 monitors. Have they achieved it?
Do monitors now deserve a place alongside chocolate, watches and army knives on Switzerland’s list of exemplary exports? We think so!
PreSonus’ latest speakers employ an intriguing driver configuration that makes them more versatile than traditional designs.
Fostex’s new headphone range offers closed, open and ‘semi-open’ options. But what’s the difference, and which would suit you best?
Fluid Audio’s decision to use a ribbon tweeter in a dual-concentric speaker is an unusual one. We find out how it works in practice.
Pioneer might not be the first name you’d associate with studio monitoring — but their new 'dual-coincident' creation is quite remarkable.
When you think of headphones, Samson might not be the first name that springs to mind, but their top-of-the-range Z55 might surprise you.
As their name suggests, these unassuming two-way monitors employ a traditional, tried-and-tested design — and they pull it off surprisingly well.
The BBC’s legendary LS3/5A is arguably the Godfather of nearfield monitors — and now it’s back, thanks to UK company Graham Audio.
Auratone’s classic ‘grotbox’ is back. How does it compare with its modern imitators?
ESI’s Unik-series monitors have been extensively upgraded, and now offer even better value for money than before.
As studio headphones go, the Lindy HF-40s are quite inexpensive, yet they have a very respectable technical specification. Of...
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