Poland is getting a bit of a reputation in the Hifi world for producing products at great prices. Here Dominic Marsh checks out the Pylon Diamond Monitor loudspeakers costing €899.75 to €999.75.

“Here is an interesting thought;  I have now reviewed more speakers for Hifi Pig that have been sourced from Poland than from any other country, which shows just how active the hifi industry is in that particular neck of the woods.  It would also be fair to say that they have all been very good value for money and surprisingly good performers too.

This leads me on to introducing the Diamond Monitor from Pylon Audio, once again company of Polish origin…”

Read the full review here

 

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