Monitor Audiobristol

Monitor Audio will be showing off their Airstream A100 network-ready amplifier which combines the latest wireless streaming technologies with an audio system design to bridge the divide between a world of digital music and hi-fi speakers.


At around £6.5k a piece retail, the new Primare 60 Series pre-power marks the marques return to the high-end music system market, “reprising the iconic designs of previous decades with state-of-the-art audio streaming performance and striking two-tone bodywork”. Karma-AV will also have Golden Ears much lauded Triton Seven loudspeakers (£1400 a pair) and the new SB-2000 and PB-2000 subs prced at £650 and £739 respectively.


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