KRK aim at the market for top-quality monitoring with these heavyweight new contenders.
The biggest Blues in the Blue Sky Range aim to be the best — and they don't disappoint.
Digidesign may be better known for Pro Tools, but the RM-series speakers are every bit as 'pro' as their heritage suggests.
Simple, functional and attractively priced. What more do you need from a monitor controller?
The HR-series monitors have been hugely popular, but Mackie have still managed to find room for improvement.
This new monitor controller compares well with the competition — in terms of both price and quality.
More often than not, project studios don't have the luxury of a large room, so it's good to know that compact monitors like these KRKs can produce serious results in smaller spaces.
These monitors may be small, but they punch well above their weight.
We lend an ear to a pair of monitors from a US company just starting out in the British studio market.
If you want a modern take on the classic NS10, this Yamaha monitor might be just what you're looking for.
Do your mixes translate well to radio or consumer audio systems? If not, the Mixcubes might be just what you need...
If you're in the market for a good-quality, no-frills surround monitor controller, this may be just what you're looking for.
If you like the bright sound of beryllium tweeters, these active monitors might make for a pleasant departure from the usual suspects.
If you thought you couldn't hear surround sound on headphones, it's time you thought again.
As more people leave behind their mixing desks, many find they still need a good monitor controller.
Big or small, Roger Quested's monitor designs always deliver the goods. His VS2108 actives are no exception.
Surely you can't get a good bass response from small monitors... or can you?
This modular monitor controller system offers an easy upgrade path from stereo to surround capability, and transparent audio quality to boot.
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