The Airpulse brand may be new to you but they're a company with some serious pedigree, as these unusual monitors prove.
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For their newest speaker model, Polish monitor makers APS teamed up with experienced studio designer Troy Germano.
Genelec's latest monitor is a flexible beast, designed for the large multi-speaker setups that are needed in VR and immersive audio. But does this versatility come at the expense of its usefulness for conventional music mixing?
In the LS3, Graham Audio have sought to recreate a classic BBC monitor but without the 'classic' price tag.
Speaker decouplers aim to isolate speakers from the surface on which they sit. This newer, more affordbale DMSD 50 Pro design has been optimised for speakers weighing up to 12kg (ie. most nearfield monitors).
These compact monitors from new company Kali Audio strike an enticing balance between performance and affordability.
There’s no shortage of homages to classic microphones and processors but, until now, the monitor market has resisted the notion. Enter Avantone’s take on the iconic Yamaha NS‑10.
The baby of Unity’s rock-themed monitors might be small, but its low-frequency performance is seriously impressive.
Focal’s newest Shape-series speaker boasts a host of unusual design features — which combine to make an unusually good monitor!
ADAM’s new T Series makes the company’s signature technology and sound available at a much lower price than ever before.
This debut speaker from new UK company Kerr Acoustic combines a number of unusual design elements — to impressive effect!
ADAM’s new S Series is packed with DSP, and incorporates all-new driver designs. We try out the mighty midfield three-way S3V.
With sophisticated technology at a relatively low price, have Apple created the ultimate consumer listening experience?
PMC’s new entry-level monitors represent a distillation of nearly three decades of R&D.
The newest member of Neumann’s celebrated KH family of monitors might be the smallest, but it’s also the most technologically advanced.
New British company OS Acoustics impress us with their high-performance debut monitor.
By combining traditional speaker engineering with a little help from software, HEDD have come up with a rather special set of monitors.
With Mackie’s experience in making monitors, it’s no surprise that their affordable new range punches above its weight.
If you’re looking for a monitor that goes loud and low, and has excellent high-frequency performance, JBL’s new range might just fit the bill.