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  • 6996
    Austrian Audio Hi-X15


  • 8629
    Campfire Audio Satsuma

    In-ear Monitors

  • 7083
    PreSonus MicroStation BT

    Monitor Controller

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    Far CR20

    Nearfield Monitors

    Belgium is better known for its chocolates than its studio monitors — but Belgian company FAR aim to change all that. David Mellor opens up the black magic boxes...

    Reviews Dec 1996
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    Spendor SA200

    Active Monitors

    A pair of active small studio monitors with the Spendor pedigree have to be worth investigation. Gumshoe Paul White pulls his hat low, dons his mac and checks them out.

    Reviews Dec 1996
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    Spirit Absolute Zero

    Nearfield Monitors

    Spirit's new baby monitors incorporate some of the design principles used in pro monitors costing many times the price. But have too many corners been cut to keep the price so low? Paul White finds out.

    Reviews Nov 1996
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    Tannoy System 600

    Nearfield Studio Monitors

    Tannoy's latest nearfields offer an updated version of their famous dual-concentric technology, while still retaining that distinctive Tannoy sound. Paul White test drives them.

    Reviews Oct 1996
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    Event 20/20

    Studio Monitors

    Paul White tests a pair of US-built studio monitors designed to combine tonal accuracy with affordability.

    Reviews Jul 1996
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    Dynaudio BM5 & BM10

    Nearfield Monitors

    Paul White discovers that Dynaudio's new nearfield monitors show economy of scale, not performance.

    Reviews Jun 1996
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    AVI Neutron

    Nearfield Monitor Speakers

    Paul White tries out these tiny, British-built monitor speakers — and discovers that small really is beautiful.

    Reviews May 1996
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    Rogers LS1

    Nearfield Monitors

    When Paul White heard that Rogers had built the LS1 low-cost monitors for home studio use, he was keen to try them out. But could they deliver Rogers' quality at such a low price?

    Reviews Jan 1996
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