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    Headphones

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    Audix A10

    In-ear Monitors

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    PreSonus MicroStation BT

    Monitor Controller

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    Excel 101A

    Compact Reference Monitor

    Hugh Robjohns tests a new monitor that has already acquired some major users.

    Reviews Mar 2001
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    AVI Bigga-Tron

    Red Spot Monitors

    Paul White tests AVI's updated 'Red Spot' version of their Bigga-Tron monitors and finds out if this offers a worthwhile improvement.

    Reviews Jan 2001
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    Yamaha MSP10 & SW10

    Active Monitors & Subwoofers

    The market for good but affordable 'reference' monitor speakers seems almost boundless and Yamaha have recently joined the fray with their active MSP10s and associated subwoofer, the SW10. Hugh Robjohns digs out his test discs again...

    Reviews Apr 2000
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    Videologic Systems Sirocco Pro

    Loudspeakers

    Active monitor systems which use a subwoofer together with satellite speakers are not particularly unusual in this industry, but the Sirocco Pro from Videologic is sure to stir things up by providing a neat package, with impressive technology, at under £600. Hugh Robjohns tunes in...

    Reviews Mar 2000
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    PMC FB1

    Floor-standing Monitor Loudspeakers

    Developing their TB1 nearfield into a floor-standing loudspeaker, PMC have come up with a full-range monitor which nicely balances studio performance with the cosmetics of quality domestic hi-fi.

    Reviews Feb 2000
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    KRK V6

    Monitors

    Paul White road-tests the KRK V6 monitors to see whether quality has been sacrificed to meet an attractive price point.

    Reviews Jan 2000
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    HHB Circle 3 Active

    Nearfield Monitors

    Achieving the right balance between quality, size, practicality and price is no easy task, but HHB have hit the nail squarely on the head with their Circle 3 Active monitors. 

    Reviews Dec 1999
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    Indigo Three

    Nearfield Monitors

    Paul White tries out a compact monitor from a new British company to see if it can rival the established names.

    Reviews Dec 1999
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    Roland DS90 & V-series

    Digital Monitors & Speaker Modelling

    Roland have moved into the active monitor market with a product which offers digital inputs and a 'Speaker Modelling Function' courtesy of their V-series recorders and mixers. Technology overkill or a studio necessity? Hugh Robjohns finds out...

    Reviews Nov 1999
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    Tannoy Reveal

    Active Studio Monitors

    We check out Tannoy's contender in the low-cost active studio monitor stakes.

    Reviews Jul 1999
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    HHB Circle 3

    Nearfield Monitors

    The Circle 3 nearfield monitors are the latest fruits of the collaboration between HHB and Harbeth. Hugh Robjohns tries them out.

    Reviews Jun 1999
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    JBL LSR28P

    Bi-amplified Monitor Loudspeaker

    JBL's latest active two-way reference loudspeaker system has been derived from their impressive LSR32 range-topper.

    Reviews Apr 1999
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    Xpression! DPM1

    Proactive Powered Monitors

    Paul White lends a critical ear to Xpression's first ever powered monitor, to test the company's claim of accuracy at a budget price.

    Reviews Feb 1998
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    DACS Headlite

    Headphone Amplifier

    Paul White listens in on the new headphone amplifier from British makers DACS Audio.

    Reviews Dec 1997
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    FAR CR10A

    Powered Nearfield Monitors

    Combining your monitoring and amplification requirements into one portable enclosure has obvious benefits. Christopher Holder has a double date with a couple of sophisticated little performers.

    Reviews Dec 1997
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    Beyerdynamic DT250

    Headphones

    Enclosed headphones that are sensibly priced, comfortable, and sound as accurate as a pair of good monitors — is it possible?

    Reviews Dec 1995
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    Alesis Monitor Two

    3-way Studio Monitors

    Paul White subjects his studio to yet more upheaval as the monitors are changed yet again, all in the cause of research.

    Reviews Sep 1995

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