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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.
With their impressive sound quality and adjustable attenuation, these off‑the‑peg earplugs give even custom‑moulded designs a run for their money.
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.
So far, monitor and headphone calibration systems have targeted music makers exclusively. Sonarworks’ SoundID aims to solve the problem of mix translation from the consumer end too.
We put AA’s new open-backed mixing and mastering headphones to the test.
Detroit microphone maker Deni Mesanovic applies his considerable knowledge of transducers to produce an impressive debut studio speaker.
Mackie’s latest cans prove themselves to be serious monitoring tools.
Focal’s revised flagship studio cans raise the bar yet again.
Kali’s latest nearfield design offers an unprecedented amount of monitor for the money.
What can the dynamic convolution experts bring to the world of headphone monitoring?
Embody offer a unique way to tailor their room‑simulation system to the individual user.
OS Acoustics have followed up their impressive DB7 with an even more capable twin‑woofer design. We put the new DBS8 to the test.
The physics of loudspeakers have hardly changed in a century — but DSP and material science have come a long way, and the Pulsar takes full advantage.
We put Mackie’s diminutive multimedia speakers to the test.
We check out Grace’s compact, mastering‑quality solution for monitoring on the move.
Output’s affordable new speakers were made with the help of one of the most prestigious brands in studio monitoring.
We put German company Reproducer’s unusual debut nearfield speaker to the test.
Ocean Way’s newest studio speakers bring the sound of ’70s horn‑loaded mains to the nearfield monitor format.
If you crave the refined sound of large planar magnetic cans but are put off by the price, Avantone’s newest headphones could well be the answer.
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