Get ready for more high-quality, budget-friendly speakers.
Leave it to Monitor Audio to build on a tried-and-tested formula. The company has introduced the sixth-generation of its well-received Bronze Series speakers, which are expected to follow in their predecessors’ budget-friendly footsteps.
Announced on the company’s social media platforms, the new set of Bronze Series products will be formally unveiled on February 21 in Briston, England. A demonstration will be held at The Bristol Hi-Fi Show which will take place in Empire Suite 1, Marriott City Centre Hotel.
Building Up Lots of Hype
Adding to the festivities, Monitor Audio announced that manufacturers Roksan and Blok will also participate at the event with their own matching products:
The Bristol Hi-Fi Show will last until February 23, 2020, so interested parties will have loads of time to check out the exhibit and try the new Bronze Series speakers for themselves. Doors open at 10AM and the ticket price for one adult is £14 (~USD$18).
In a statement addressed to StereoNET, Monitor Audio Technical Director Michael Hedges assured fans that the sixth-generation Bronze Series speakers are products worthy of their time and money:
There Are a Variety of Models to Choose From
This being a series of speakers, there are several models to choose from depending on your specific home setup needs:
- Bronze 50 and Bronze 100 bookshelf speakers
- Bronze 200 and Bronze 500 floorstanding speakers
- Bronze C150 center speaker
- Bronze FX rear speaker
- Bronze AMS Dolby Atmos speaker
- Bronze W10 subwoofer
That’s a total of eight models which come in four different colors: urban gray, walnut, white, and black.
Monitor Audio is confident that its new set of products has improved performance and build quality over the past generations. Best of all, the updated designs are more in line with today’s standards, able to fit into any modern home.
Monitor Audio is confident that its new set of products has improved performance and build quality over the past generations.
As for pricing, we’ll have to wait for the February 21 event to learn more details.