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    AVI Gravitron Monitors

    As the car ad says, "size matters!" and AVI have proved the point with their biggest loudspeakers yet, the Gravitrons. AVI say they're built 'without compromise' and 'regardless of cost'. Hugh Robjohns will see about that...

    Reviews Oct 1999
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    Genelec 2029A

    Digital Monitoring Speakers

    'Digital loudspeakers' have been available in the hi-fi world for many years, but Genelec have now brought the technology to the home studio market. Hugh Robjohns tries out their new small active monitors and subwoofer.

    Reviews Sep 1999
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    Hafler TRM

    Active Monitors & Subwoofers

    The Hafler brand name has been around since the '70s but isn't yet well known in the UK project studio market. All that could be about to change, courtesy of the TRM range of nearfield active monitors and subwoofers. Hugh Robjohns mixes and matches.

    Reviews Aug 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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    Alesis M1

    Active Powered Monitors

    The cost-effective M1 Active nearfield monitors are the first active speakers Alesis have produced. Paul White puts them to the test.

    Reviews May 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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    AVI Biggatron

    Monitors

    Paul White is all ears as he puts AVI's latest two-way monitor loudspeaker to the test.

    Reviews Mar 1999
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    Yamaha MSP5

    Powered Monitors

    Paul White tests Yamaha's latest super-compact powered monitor.

    Reviews Feb 1999
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    HHB Circle 5

    Active Monitors

    HHB and Harbeth have collaborated to produce a high quality active studio monitor at an attractive price. Paul White listens in.

    Reviews Jan 1999
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    ATC A7

    Passive Monitors

    Paul White tests ATC's smallest and least expensive monitors to date, and finds that they still have the pedigree family sound.

    Reviews Dec 1998
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    Quested F11

    Active Nearfield Monitors

    Although not very common in semi-pro environments, Quested is a well respected name in professional music studios. The conpany's new F11 active nearfield monitors are likely to bridge that gap and introduce the Quested name to a much wider audience. Hugh Robjohns lends them his ears...

    Reviews Nov 1998
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    JBL LSR32

    Midfield Monitors

    JBL's new studio monitor system, the LS32, represents a radical departure in their approach to the design and technology of loudspeakers. Hugh Robjohns lends them his ears...

    Reviews Oct 1998
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    KRK V8

    Active Monitors

    Paul White cranks up his laser gramophone and takes the new KRK V8s for a spin.

    Reviews Sep 1998
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    Sony SMS1P

    Sony SMS1P Powered Monitors

    Paul White tests Sony's diminutive powered monitor designed for desktop music and multimedia work. Can such a small box deliver the goods, and is the performance worth the price?

    Reviews Aug 1998
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    Tannoy Reveal

    Nearfield Monitors

    Paul White finds out whether Tannoy's new Reveals have anything to hide...

    Reviews Aug 1998
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    Acoustic Energy AE200

    Nearfield Monitors

    The AE200S use metal-coned drivers throughout, but does this technology offer any advantages over more conventional designs? Paul White investigates.

    Reviews Jul 1998
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    AVI Nuneutron

    Compact Monitors

    Paul White discovers that it is possible for a compact monitor to deliver a sound that is both accurate and tonally well-balanced.

    Reviews Jun 1998
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    Dynaudio BM15A

    Powered Monitors

    Paul White listens to Dynaudio's latest powered nearfield monitors and counts the days until he has to give them back.

    Reviews May 1998
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    Tannoy System 600A

    Active Monitor

    Throughout the years, Tannoy have determindly supported their dual-concentric driver concept in the fierce cut and thrust of the monitor marketplace, and the 600A is their latest mid-priced champion. Hugh Robjohns enters the fray...

    Reviews Apr 1998
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    KRK Rokit

    Nearfield Monitors

    Have KRK managed to preserve their family sound at this new low price point? Paul White gets ready to Rok...

    Reviews Mar 1998

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