In a striking example of 'old meets new', Fostex have updated their classic 6301 monitor with Dante networking capabilities.
Fostex’s new headphone range offers closed, open and ‘semi-open’ options. But what’s the difference, and which would suit you best?
Fostex have been making planar magnetic headphones since before they were cool. How do their latest models fare?
Fostex aim to tackle the top of the closed-back cans market, with this premium new design.
In their new PX series of monitors, Fostex have chosen to use DSP to provide a range of useful configuration options.
I've always been impressed by the performance of Fostex's PM-series monitors, especially given their entry-level pricing, but the majority of the ones I've looked at have been two-way systems.
The latest additions to Fostex's TH range of headphones are two models that are targeted at professional studio applications.
These monitors fall into a price bracket between entry-level monitors and what we think of as more serious speakers.
Can such attractively priced studio monitors really do the job of presenting your mixes accurately?
Paul White checks out a solution to those studios limited on space (and finances) in need of a good set of monitors.
Several unusual new technologies have been combined in this new product from Fostex to create an accurate mixing tool.
I'd like to know more about the difference between monitor designs that feature ports and those that do not. How do they differ in terms of sound and performance?
These affordable active monitors from Fostex provide a tight and punchy sound, despite their compact dimensions.
Paul White auditions some new active monitors from Fostex that offer a number of technical innovations.
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