If you move up from the base Monitor Audio Bronze range model – the Bronze 50s – what do you get? Paul Rigby reviews the 100s but also wonders, is it actually worth the upgrade?
How do they compare to speakers from Wharfedale, Q Acoustic and Martin Logan? Paul Rigby finds out and embraces the generously proportioned Bronze 100s.
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John Keenan5th December 2021 at 6:58 pm
heard many good things about monitor, i can say about Wharfedale d330 from experience the sound is good i can’t deny that but they’re not engaging in truth its like well sound is good but not exiting to the senses, kinda wish i held out for pair of kef, i envisage a return to kef soon, looking at the old Q55.2 but intrigued with the Q300, if someone here has any experience on the Q300 i would truly like to know, also looking at epos M12 and B&w 607 s2 & Dali Oberon 5, into more new wave guys so i want full detailing especially with my a-ha albums so nice detail with natural warm base my price bracket budget is £780.00