June 08, 2014

Established reviewer David Price has tested the Monitor Audio Silver 8 floor standing speaker in the latest issue of Hi-Fi Choice.

Immediately impressing with all it offered the Silver 8 earned full marks, collecting 5 out of 5 stars and an Editor’s Choice award! Following a gleaming review David concluded with it’s all round strength:

“As any good football manager knows, the easiest way to win is not to lose – and the Monitor Audio Silver 8 is an arch exponent of this. It simply doesn’t give goals away gladly; there’s little weakness on show in any respect. This is an excellent all-round loudspeaker that most will really enjoy.”

We have had the Silver series at Melbourne Hi Fi for the best part of 7 months.

In our view this is a vast improvement from the previous RX series and should be genuinely considered as an option for those considering larger (but refined) sounding sound speakers at the $2,000 to $2,500 mark.

Also the review from Hi Fi Choice is a positive one.

Hi Fi Choice is a serious hi fi magazines that does not dish out positive reviews to manufacturers or distributors who regularly advertise in their magazine.

So you can accept this review very much at face value.





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