37 Results for "Monitors"
01 Dec 2020 in StudioHEDD Audio has announced the MK2 Monitor Series, comprised of four MK2 studio monitors and two brand new subwoofers – the company's first.
23 Nov 2020 in DealsThe Thomann Cyber Week sale means deals, deals, deals! You have until November 30th to enjoy some great bargains on studio and podcasting gear...
26 Feb 2020 in StudioLike its brethren, the Eris E7 XT features a custom Eliptically Boundary Modeled waveguide which is designed for a 100-degree wide "sweet spot" - and it's attractively priced, too.
16 Jan 2020 in StudioPainted black and neon green, Mackie's new CR-X speaker range made up of CR3-X (3"), CR4-X (4"), CR5-X (5") and the CR8S-XBT 8 subwoofer are ready to serve.
02 Oct 2019 in StudioTannoy is staging something of a comeback for its studio monitor line-up with the introduction of Tannoy Gold, positioned as premium nearfield monitors to occupy the company's top range.
13 Sep 2019 in StudioCosting over EUR 2000, the active Core 47 and Core Sub are an investment - but if you're looking to invest in and upgrade your system, these should be on your radar.
11 Jul 2019 in StudioIf you have a pair of small speakers and need more bass, the new ADAM T10S may be worth a look. The compact powered subwoofer is designed to enhance the bass response of nearfield monitors.
18 Jan 2019 in StudioThe Rock MK-III has a new Crystal Membrane 180mm woofer of the same physical size, but supposedly "far superior". Thus, Unity has achieved lower distortion, improved dynamics and higher SPL.
15 Jan 2019 in StudioBerlin's premium microphone maker is to present its first pair of cans at Winter NAMM 2019 - but what's the likely price point? How much would you pay for Neumann-branded headphones?
15 Jan 2019 in StudioJBL's new 104 is a desktop speaker for musicians, YouTubers and podcast producers with some neat features but not all the trappings (or bass frequencies) of full-on studio monitors.
26 Sep 2018 in StudioUndaunted by a crowded market, Sterling Audio has launched a new range of budget monitors in 3", 5" and 8" flavours, the MX series. But can they take some market share from bigger established brands?