PreSonus have updated their ribbon‑tweetered R series with a set of tonal adjustment options.
Main studio monitors these days are packed full of technology — but that wasn’t always the case, and it took an innovative British hi‑fi brand to drag mains out of the dark ages.
Avantone’s newest monitors revive a classic speaker brand and channel the ’70s West Coast studio sound.
British bass‑amp brand Ashdown’s debut monitor is inspired by the classic BBC LS3/5a. How does it compare with the real deal?
The Hi‑X15s bring Austrian Audio’s proprietary headphone driver technology to the mass market.
This impressive setup combines point‑source technology, advanced loudspeaker management DSP and a powerful new bass extension system. Is this the state of the art in studio monitoring?
HEDD’s impressive Mk2‑series speakers let you choose between ported and unported formats. Which works best?
Trinnov’s pioneering range of room‑correction systems now has a dedicated monitor controller.
Why might you need a dedicated monitor controller — and what separates the good models from the bad?
Genelec’s high‑tech The Ones series has a new flagship model. We fire it up...
Focal’s revised Alpha‑series speakers offer serious studio monitoring at an entry‑level price.
SPL combine their acclaimed headphone amps with monitor control facilities and USB audio interfacing.
Two‑way or three‑way? Ported or sealed? Analogue or DSP‑assisted? We help you navigate the monitor maze and choose the best speakers for your studio.
With their impressive sound quality and adjustable attenuation, these off‑the‑peg earplugs give even custom‑moulded designs a run for their money.
Struggling to drive multiple set of cans? DACS have an amp for that...
Despite its decades‑old design, the Rogers LS5/9 can still compete with some of the best monitors around today. We put this faithful recreation to the test.
We put AA’s new open-backed mixing and mastering headphones to the test.
I was wondering why we put speakers in the classic triangle with the listening point at the apex?
Mackie’s latest cans prove themselves to be serious monitoring tools.
Almost half a century after its initial release, Yamaha’s classic three‑way monitor remains an impressive speaker, and it pioneered the use of diaphragm materials that are still considered cutting‑edge today.
Detroit microphone maker Deni Mesanovic applies his considerable knowledge of transducers to produce an impressive debut studio speaker.
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