JBL very rarely slacks when it comes to staying on the cutting edge of audio technology. However, with every product they’ve put out, there’s bound to be a few misses. While the 308P Mk2 isn’t exactly a “miss” entirely, it does fall short on a few marks.
It’s no secret that I’m a fan of Adam Audio monitors, and for good reason. Years ago, when the company was less well-known, their speakers were overpriced and didn’t sound nearly as good.
Today, however, 20 years later, the company has perfected their craft of churning out quality products at affordable prices, and I couldn’t be more grateful for that.
Yamaha really doesn’t need much of an introduction. They’ve been around for years and have built their reputation from the success of their infamous NS-10 – the most trusted and reliably horrible-sounding monitors possibly ever made.
Tannoy used to be a great and reliable company, a lot of their speakers from the 80s and 90s are still well sought-after today. Unfortunately, ever since being bought out by Behringer some-odd years ago, the company hasn’t had so much presence in the audio world.
Already well established in the preamp and audio interface market, PreSonus has added loudspeakers to their line of products in the past several years. In this review, I’m taking a look at the PreSonus Eris E5 studio monitors.
The Kali Audio LP-6 is a product that may make you reconsider your expectations when buying budget studio monitors. They’re extremely inexpensive, and in terms of sound quality, I was surprised by the results. Let’s take a closer look.