First released in 1999, the new 7G Silver Series iteration is available in high-gloss black lacquer, satin white or a choice of three real-wood veneers: Ash, Natural Walnut and Black Oak
The series includes the Silver 50 7G and Silver 100 7G bookshelf/standmount speakers, the Silver 200 7G, Silver 300 7G and Silver 500 7G floorstanders, to the home cinema-specific Silver C250 7G centre channel, Silver FX 7G rear surround speakers and Silver AMS 7G Dolby Atmos-enabled speaker.
Technically, there’s a new C-CAM gold dome tweeter design with a new magnet structure and rear chamber, with a new Uniform Dispersion Waveguide II.
There’s also a new RST II (Rigid Surface Technology) mid-range and mid/bass drivers that feature a more rigid profile with its new hexagonal dimpled structure. There’s even a new crossover design.
Aesthetically, the seventh generation Silver Series features new driver trims. Every floorstander is supplied with outrigger feet with spun metal trims for carpeted or hard floors. There’s new magnetic grilles too.
- Silver 50 7G – £575)
- Silver 100 7G – £750)
- Silver 200 7G – £1,150)
- Silver 300 7G – £1,450)
- Silver 500 7G – £1,725)
- Silver C250 7G – £600)
- Silver FX 7G – £600)
- Silver AMS 7G Dolby Atmos enabled speaker – £650)
For further information visit www.monitoraudio.com
Behzad27th August 2021 at 5:00 pm
Waiting for your review because I bought the silver 300 last year and I’m so keen to here the sonic difference
Thanks in advance
Gustavo Anaya5th September 2021 at 3:11 pm
Probably there is not a big difference but let’s wait Paul’s review, he is the expert 🙂
Gustavo Anaya5th September 2021 at 3:10 pm
Hi Paul, I am waiting for your review too.. In my opinion is too soon for a new generation of speakers, probably is more of the same and they are trying to sell the same products one more time. I would really appreciate if you can compare these ones with previous generations 5th or 6th to see how much better they are.