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    Headphones

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    Campfire Audio Satsuma

    In-ear Monitors

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    PreSonus MicroStation BT

    Monitor Controller

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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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    KRK E7 Expose

    Active Reference Monitors

    Paul White studio-tests KRK's latest active monitoring package, designed to provide compact, reference-standard monitoring.

    Reviews Nov 1997
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    Mackie HR824

    Active Monitors

    Paul White hooks up Mackie's new monitors, nails down the furniture, and settles down for a long listening session.

    Reviews Nov 1997
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    KRK Rok Bottom

    Subwoofer

    Paul White plumbs new depths with KRK's recently introduced active sub-bass package, designed to turn their nearfield monitors into full-range systems.

    Reviews Oct 1997
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    ATC SCM20A

    Pro Active Monitors

    Paul White tests what must be the ultimate small monitor, but finds that you pay for it in pounds — both fiscal and gravitational.

    Reviews Oct 1997
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    Zobel Active One

    Active Monitors

    Paul White auditions a new name in active monitors, and discovers an interesting design approach that combines light weight, small size and a well-controlled bass end.

    Reviews Sep 1997
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    Spendor QT100

    Nearfield Monitors

    The minute he walked in the joint, Hugh Robjohns could see they ware real small Spendors. He decides whether he'd like to spend a little time with them...

    Reviews Aug 1997
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    Quested VS2205

    Active Nearfield Studio Monitor

    Some of the most prestigious names in monitor design are getting into the project studio market. Paul White auditions Quested's new baby powered monitors, affordable enough for the project studio owner and portable enough for the producer on the move.

    Reviews Jul 1997
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    Spirit Absolute 4P

    Active Monitors

    Active monitoring used to be the preserve of those with quite a lot of money to spend on their studio speakers. Recently, though, it's become a lot more affordable. Hugh Robjohns powers up the 4Ps and undergoes a spiritual experience.

    Reviews May 1997
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    Harbeth Xpression! DPM1 & MS1

    Monitor System

    Janet Harniman-Cook checks out the new kid on the monitoring block and discovers a history of serious loud speaker design.

    Reviews May 1997
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    Rogers DB101

    Nearfield Monitors

    Is it a bird, is it a... toaster? Paul White tightens his seatbelt and road-tests the sporty new Rogers db 101s.

    Reviews Apr 1997
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    Westlake BBSM4

    Nearfield Monitors

    Paul White finds that all things bright are not necessarily beautiful.

    Reviews Mar 1997
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    Alesis Point Seven

    Shielded Nearfield Studio Monitor

    Affordable compact and with magnetic shielding, the new Point Seven monitors are sure to cause a stir. Christopher Holder determines whether serious reference monitoring has taken another price dip.

    Reviews Mar 1997
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    Dynaudio BM6A

    Active Nearfield Monitors

    Paul White puts Dynaudio's new nearfield monitors to the test and is actively impressed.

    Reviews Mar 1997
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    Westlake LC 6.75

    Nearfield Monitors

    Paul White lends an ear to Westlake's new nearfield monitors and discovers that they have a distinctively Californian sound.

    Reviews Feb 1997
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    Genelec 1029A & 1091A

    Active Nearfield Monitors & Sub-woofers

    Finnish company Genelec have long been admired for their high-end professional monitors, but have only recently started to fix the project studio market in their sights. Hugh Robjohns checks out their smallest and most affordable active monitors yet to see if quality as given way to cost considerations...

    Reviews Feb 1997
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