Monitor Audio Studio 2 Floorstanding Speakers

4.5/5 (2 Reviews)


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Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:2
Submitted by cone a AudioPhile

Date Reviewed: July 17, 2002

Bottom Line:   
Wow!...if you thought the classic ROgers ls 35a blew your hair back with vocals you have to auditon these small but extremely well built speakers...their c-cam drivers and first order crossover create a very seamless sound...one that rivals planars and Quads...a little pricey at $1100 but you do get what you pay for...although there is no bass below 50hz... THEY SOUND THEIR BEST IN VERY SMALL ROOMS...THAT SHOULD BE NO SURPRISE..

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Used product for:   Less than 1 month

Duration Product Used:   AudioPhile

Product model year:   2001



Overall Rating:4
Value Rating:5
Submitted by Onesizefitsall a Audio Enthusiast

Date Reviewed: October 12, 2000

Bottom Line:   
One note before you read on, I am evaluating the Monitor Audio 2.5 speakers. The main difference between the Monitor 2 and 2.5 is that the 2.5 is ported in the front of the speaker versus the 2's which are ported in the rear. They each have a 6.5" mid/bass polypropolene driver and Monitor Audio's fantastic gold dome aluminum tweeter.

I purchased these as the rear channels to my home theater. To break them in, I obviously listen to these playing music for about two months. I was very impressed with the lower midrange (especially the drums and acoustic guitars). As with all Monitor Audio speakers the gold dome tweeter is excellent! However, if you plan to use these as your main speakers, purchase a very good sub woofer to go with them. With the proper sub, it would be no problem using these as your main speakers.

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Used product for:   More than 1 year

Duration Product Used:   Audio Enthusiast

Product model year:   1999

Price Paid:    $250.00




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Ajani...Revel Ultima Studio 2...Theata, and Levinson! Boy what a night!

...Peabody and I was invited to a audio party over at the dealers house Saturday night who sold Peabody the Revel F52's. This time we listened to the Revel Studio 2's. First being driven by a Mark Levinson preamp and a Theata amp at 100 watts per channel. We where just floored at that combo espec ... Read More »

Paradigm Studio v.4 - Monitor v.5 - Signature v.2

Here is some info on the Paradigm revisions. All lines seem to be getting a makeover. It looks as if the Atom will be part of the Monitor line if I read things correctly. I wonder if there going to dump the Performance line. [url]http://www.avsforum.com/avs-vb/showthread.php?t=724050[/url]Read More »

Help with Paradigm Servo 15 V.2 and Studio 40!

I need recommendations on how to connect these to my Marantz SR 8300 reciever. The 40's sound great but I am having problems blending the servo 15 V.2 with the 40's, which are being used as my fronts. I know this is a kickass sub but I am having trouble finding the beast! Any help would be apprec ... Read More »

sub for paradigm studio 20v.2's?

I am enjoying the sound of my paradigms, my only gripe is somewhat lack of low end (I realize due to them being bookshelf's and not floor standing). Does anyone have advice on a sub that would match the sound quality, or should I look into a similar floor stander instead? Any tips are appreciated. ... Read More »

Paradigm Studio 20 v.2 versus v.3 questions...

I have had the v.2's for 3 years now and are very happy with them but have now heard the v.3's (why did I do that to myself?) and the imaging is noticeably better...I've had a hard time finding used v.2's online to compare to so I am curious if anyone knows the going price for v.2's in 9/10 conditio ... Read More »

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