New IEM design combines multiple balanced armatures with a traditional dynamic driver.
Update to Genelec's DSP-powered speaker management system adds new features and extended OS X compatibility.
Klaus Heinz's pro monitor range has been given a major overhaul, with added DSP, sophisticated port options and more.
The revised Klasik from Polish company APS offers exceptional performance at a remarkably low price.
AA’s latest cans employ their successful high‑excursion driver in a new on‑ear design.
Avantone’s take on the classic NS‑10 is now available in powered form. We fire them up...
Having mastered the dynamic microphone, US company Audix turn their attention to headphones — with impressive results.
Re‑Head aims to offer headphone users a loudspeaker‑like listening experience.
Amphion’s innovative FlexBase system offers true‑stereo sub‑bass in a single speaker cabinet.
The new BX3 and BX4 speakers are intended for small studio, podcasting, streaming and media applications.
The Control One and Marc One offer speaker switching, Crossfeed headphone amps, subwoofer outputs and more.
Unity are known for their uncompromising approach to studio monitoring, and their latest design doesn't disappoint!
Big Reds house twin 10-inch woofers and offer low-frequency extension down to 28Hz.
PreSonus' popular Eris range has been given an XT upgrade. We put them to the test!
If you thought earbuds were a compromise, think again...
Speaker-building is an established art, but occasionally it can still yield surprises — such as the strange and wonderful Baby Reds.
The new Foreno range comprises a desktop and rackmount model, both designed for home, pro and broadcast studios.
Firmware version 1.04 improves the quality and flexibility of the m908's room-correction filters.
The new flagship of ADAM's T‑series offers serious bass extension even for those with limited budgets.
The TC4 aims to make it easy to use mastering hardware with your DAW.
Correcting the frequency response of a monitoring system is one thing, but Dirac claims to correct time-domain response too. Can it possibly work?
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