Harbeth P3ESR 40th Anniversary
Harbeth Monitor 30.1 - From The Studio to Your Listening Room
Harbeth P3ESR is Small And Mighty
Harbeth Monitor 40.2 Is More Than Meets The Eye
When Harbeth decided to update their flagship monitor, the M40.2 (£10,595+), it was the talk of the town among hi-fi enthusiasts. Recently, I've the ultimate pleasure of listening to the M40.2 with an exceptionally good Naim system, which consisted of the NAP 300 (£7,295) and the NAC-N 272 (£3,400). Utilizing the streamer in the 272 made for a clean and tidy system. The Naim had no difficulty in driving the Harbeth speakers and was at ease moving their 300mm bass driver.
Harbeth Compact 7ES-3... Sweet Sweet Sounding Music
Harbeth Super HL5plus - Harbeth’s Latest Masterpiece?
Why fix something that isn't broken? This is a question that can be universally transmitted and asked in many industries. It is a question that every hi-fi manufacturer should be asking themselves on a regular basis without concerns to increasing sales of a certain product or product range. It seems as though Alan Shaw questions himself with this regularly and it could explain why it has taken almost a decade and a half to bring out the seventh generation of the Super HL5 - turning into the Super HL5 Plus.