Harbeth P3ESR 40th Anniversary
Harbeth P3ESR is Small And Mighty
Harbeth Monitor 30.1 - From The Studio to Your Listening Room
Harbeth Compact 7ES-3... Sweet Sweet Sounding Music
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 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.