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    Adam S3XV

    Studio Reference Monitors

    Adam make the leap to a three-way speaker design that seems to pay dividends in clarity and separation.

    Reviews Dec 2009
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    DACS HeadMaster

    Headphone Amp & Monitor Controller

    The jobs done by DACS latest high-quality problem solver are essential, if not glamorous. Could the HeadMaster take charge of your studio?

    Reviews Nov 2009
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    JBL LSR 2300

    Monitor Speakers

    JBL have a reputation for clinically precise monitors, but this time theyve come up with something a little smoother...

    Reviews Nov 2009
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    Equator Audio Q8

    Active Monitors

    Coaxially-mounted speakers may seem a bit old-school, but theres nothing wrong with the theory — and a touch of DSP can make them very modern indeed!

    Reviews Oct 2009
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    M-Audio Studiophile DSM1

    DSP Reference Monitors

    Built-in DSP extends the flexibility and usefulness of these capable speakers.

    Reviews Sep 2009
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    Event Opal

    Studio Monitors

    Events new owners make some extravagant claims for these new high-end monitors, whose design is said to put quality first. Do they live up to the hype?

    Reviews Aug 2009
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    Q. Can I use vintage hi-fi for monitoring?

    There's a lot said on discussion fora about the need to use studio monitors instead of hi‑fi speakers, although there are some...

    Sound Advice Aug 2009
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    Q. Should I buy some ‘grot box’ speakers?

    I've recently started learning to mix, and my current setup is an Apple Mac with an Echo Audiofire 2 interface. My monitors...

    Sound Advice Jul 2009
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    Samson Resolv A6 & 120A

    Studio Monitors & Subwoofer

    Samsons new low-cost nearfields can produce a big sound, but do they measure up for serious mixing? We find out.

    Reviews Jul 2009
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    Prodipe Pro Ribbon 8

    Active Monitors

    Ribbon tweeters can yield a smooth sound, while still capably reproducing transient detail — and the Pro Ribbon range promises to do so for an attractive price.

    Reviews Jun 2009
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    Genelec 6010A

    Active Multimedia Monitors

    There are studio monitors, and there are multimedia monitors, but can one speaker perform both tasks? Genelec think it can.

    Reviews May 2009
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    Focal CMS65

    Active Nearfield Monitors

    Focal control everything from design to manufacture in their factory in France — and this approach appears to be paying off.

    Reviews Apr 2009
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    Dangerous Music D-Box

    Summing & Monitoring System

    This neat new hybrid product appears to be defining its own market niche, but can it really be all things to all people?

    Reviews Mar 2009
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    KRK Ergo

    Room Correction System

    This hardware-based room correction system includes an audio interface and monitor controller. Is it the answer to your acoustics nightmares, or just too good to be true?

    Reviews Mar 2009
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    Klein+Hummel O410

    Active Midfield Monitors

    Getting the balance right between the benefits and disadvantages of ported and non-ported speaker designs is a tricky job, and K+H do it better than most with this ported model.

    Reviews Feb 2009
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    APS IO

    Studio Reference Monitors

    This is a first outing in SOS for Polish speaker manufacturers APS, but they're already impressing us.

    Reviews Jan 2009
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