Focal’s CMS range of active monitors has been expanded with the compact CMS40s and the sizeable CMS Sub. Do they work well as a team?
Can such attractively priced studio monitors really do the job of presenting your mixes accurately?
Mackie have updated their MR range of affordable powered speakers, endowing these Mk2 versions with new drivers and re‑voiced amplifiers. We put them to the test...
Shure are recent arrivals in the pro headphone market. Do their new flagship cans measure up against more established names in the field?
Blue Sky have earned a strong reputation for their sealed-cabinet speakers, but in their latest model they’ve opted for a ported design. How do the newcomers compare with their infinite‑baffle cousins?
Sony’s top-of-the-range dynamic in-ear monitors have a kind voice, with all the volume and extension you’ll need for stage use and on-the-move mixing.
Using advanced DSP and squeezing a 15‑inch driver into a compact cabinet, JBL’s lightweight PA promises convenience, volume and clarity in abundance.
Hugh Robjohns gets to grips with this reasonably-priced headphone amp.
Tannoy’s Reveal monitors have long been popular among home‑studio owners on a budget. How does the baby of the new range compare with the competition?
These compact monitors from Swiss company PSI incorporate some very clever technology, including ‘Class‑G’ amplification, that helps put them in a class of their own!
Before you can call your computer a studio, you need at least two things: a means of getting audio into your computer, and some way of listening back to it. Enter the Samson Studio GT!
The original BM5A monitor speakers proved very popular in project studios, and Dynaudio claim to have made significant improvements in their successors.
The original VS2108 design was a real success for Quested — so when they said they'd improved it, we thought we'd better test that claim...
KRK are well established in the world of studio monitors. Now they're expaning into the headphone market.
These nearfield ribbon monitors deliver a less fatiguing sound than some - but does smoothness come at a cost?
Acoustic Energy look to strengthen their foothold in the studio monitoring market with this impressive nearfield system.
Paul White checks out a solution to those studios limited on space (and finances) in need of a good set of monitors.
They may have the familiar Genelec appearance and family sound, but these big beasts bring some new ideas to the table.
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