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Monitor Audio Gold Reference 20

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5 reviews

Jul, 2014

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Monitor Audio Gold Reference 20

 

A big, well balanced sound. I play it with Mark Levinson 33H or tubed MacIntosh MC275. Superb. Better than B&W's and Dynaudio's at the price level. Recommend.

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Monitor Audio Gold Reference 20

 

After looking for a decent set of GR20s for a while, I came across a pair in immaculate piano-gloss black for £700 GBP on e-bay. I'm not a great fan of piano-gloss normally, but boy these are a work of art. But looks are nothing without sonic...

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Monitor Audio Gold Reference 20

 

The GS 20 are fantastic value for money. Before purchasing them I had the opportunity to compare them directly to Dynaudio Focus 220 and Contour 1.4s, Thiel CS1.6, Monitor Audio GS 60 and other brands. The GS 20 are perfectly balanced with a deep...

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Monitor Audio Gold Reference 20

 

OVERVIEW: Frequency Response: +/- 3dB 30Hz-30KHz Sensitivity: 89dB Nominal Impedance: 6? Power Handling: 150 W (rms) Dimensions (HWD): 925 x 200 x 300 mm Weight: 22Kg TREBLE: The treble of the GR20s is lightening fast and reproduces transients...

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Monitor Audio Gold Reference 20

 

I did quite a bit of research before buying this item. Demoed other brands like B&W, Martin Logan, JBL, Mission.. etc. I would say that this speaker is an entry level of high-end product and it can compete with B&W NAUTILUS 804 with much lower cost....

High and mid ranges. Fast response. Crispy clear sound. Cost

bass is not very strong (but expected). Not stylish looking

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