Passive Cardioid Technology is new from Fulcrum Acoustic and the company claims it deals with unwanted sound radiation from loudspeakers. Could it be true?
Watch this free MasterClass that takes place today for professional advice on configuring your monitoring system for great results.
For those that want to correct the frequency and phase response of speakers in a studio or live PA setup, Waves Tract does so in real-time with little fuss or bother. It will be available very soon.
Soup up your music system with these very affordable new monitors from ADAM Audio - available to buy now.
When high-end audio specialists Master & Dynamic got together with a leading architect to design a wireless speaker, the results were always going to be impressive.
There are more monitor speakers coming to market for the home studio/bedroom studio music producer than ever before. M-Audio's latest offering, the AV42, are compact, well balanced and economical.
Fluid Audio’s latest monitor, the FPX7, combines a 7” woofer with its AMT ribbon tweeter in a coaxial design, for a good-sounding console-top speaker at a reasonable price. Let’s take a closer look.
Turtle Beach tell us their latest innovation in HyperSound directional audio not only provides personal listening experiences without headphones, but is done via transparent speakers! A world first!
The new XPRS speakers include Powersoft Class D amps which Pioneer tell us are efficient and help fill the room with natural sound.
If you're on the lookout for large or tiny studio monitors, KRK have two new ROKIT's out in the form of the solid and clear 10-3 G3 and ROKIT 4 G3 (which is super compact). We put both to the test.
The smallest speaker in the KRK ROKIT line teams big sound with precision engineering. I heard these at BPM 2015 and was impressed both at how tiny they are and how big their sound is.
Tascam's new VL-S3's are 3” 2-way desktop powered monitors which are cost equivalent to a pair of decent headphones. Excellent news for the price conscious producer.
If you're in the market for a loud, clean, compact speaker system for your next live performance or for a venue, then the Cerwin-Vega P1000X speakers will grab your attention as Joe Albano finds out.
In part two (the final part) of this mini-series, Shane Berry looks at Hi-Fi vs. nearfield monitors and the pros and cons of adding a subwoofer to your project studio speaker setup.
The MunroSonic Egg150s did very well in our recent review, so we're naturally curious how the Egg100s, designed for smaller studios, will fare. And they now come in black, white, and red.