NHT Pro A-10 Bookshelf Speakers

NHT Pro A-10 Bookshelf Speakers 


Modular Powered Monitor

  • Two angled baffle loudspeakers
  • Absolute neutrality in sound
  • 6.5" paper cone woofer
  • Two-layer voice coil


Showing 1-1 of 1  
[Oct 09, 2004]
Audio Enthusiast


Speed, Detail, Clarity, Coherence


Very few, only when compared to speakers 3-4x its price

These are pro monitors and their connections are a little different than regular monitors. They come with matching 150 watts/ch power amplifier that accepts XLR and TRS(1/4) inputs. To connect the amp to the monitors, NHT supplied 20foot pair of XLR cables. Also, the msrp on these is $1250 not $800. Now to the sound…..these are some of the most neutral speakers I have heard and I have heard many. The top to bottom coherence is very smooth with excellent detail. I use them in my bedroom driven by a Magnum IA170 integrated amp directly fed from a Cary CD303/200 CD player. My friend has the PSB Stratus Mini (msrp $1000) and when compared to these, they leave the PSBs behind in all areas. The A10s disappear in the listening room and you don't hear the loudspeakers just the music. They have surprised me enormously with their detail and transient response. The bass are deep and well extended. It is very hard to criticize the treble, mids or bass as they blend together seamlessly. Very well worth the price I paid and beats many I have heard in the same price range. Two thumbs up!!

Similar Products Used:

PSB Stratus Mini; Thiel CS1.6; Acoustic Energy Aegis Evo 1, Totem Mite/Staff; B&W 705; Paradigm Studio 20/40/60/1000; ProAc Tablette 2000, Energy Veritas

Showing 1-1 of 1  

(C) Copyright 1996-2018. All Rights Reserved.

audioreview.com and the ConsumerReview Network are business units of Invenda Corporation

Other Web Sites in the ConsumerReview Network:

mtbr.com | roadbikereview.com | carreview.com | photographyreview.com | audioreview.com