“Picked up these speakers today,overall I'm satisfied with my purchase. There not the most visually appealing speakers but love the 2 way mid tweeter. If you love bass! The huge sub woofer could be just what you looking for or it could be your worst nightmare as it is just that "HUGE!" Overall they sound pretty good my only complaint would be a lack of mid bass kinda leaves them...” --Honkytime
“I'm not very good at English so i make it short. Fantastic lite speaker! Nice warm detailed sound, good punch in the mid-base. You can play LOUD! I would recommend you to buy the micro sub SubSeries 100 too. It looks tiny and you may wonder: Can this thing even play bass? OH YES it can! That lite 5" sub thinks it is a 10" woofer, it goes deep and punch hard! Playing a song like Judas Priest -...” --djclabbe
The BM 5A MKII Studio Monitor imparts all of the quality and power people expect from Dynaudio Acoustics, but this speaker has been reengineered to take near field monitoring to new levels of performance. This is a 110V product and does not have a switchable voltage option.
The Tannoy Reveal 601P Passive Studio Monitor is an industry standard reference monitor without an excessive price tag.
The BM 5A MKII Studio Monitor imparts all of the quality and power people expect from Dynaudio Acoustics, but this speaker has been reengineered to take near field monitoring to new levels of performance.
The Image B25 is no ordinary bookshelf speaker. While its compact design is rather simple, the 6.5-inch metalized-cone woofer and 1-inch tweeter array are well-matched, and the front baffle is specially designed to enhance the performance of the duo.