Monitor Audio has officially released the seventh generation of its Silver Series loudspeakers. Introduced in 1999, the seventh generation of the Silver Series features a brand-new, contemporary design in a choice of five high-quality finishes, numerous acoustic innovations, and a model lineup extensive enough to cater for every music and home cinema requirement.
The available finishes are high-gloss black lacquer, satin white, or a choice of three real-wood veneers: Ash, Natural Walnut, and Black Oak.
Every model, from the Silver 50 7G and Silver 100 7G bookshelf/standmount speakers, through the Silver 200 7G, Silver 300 7G and Silver 500 7G floorstanders, to the home cinema-specific Silver C250 7G center channel, Silver FX 7G rear surround speakers, and Silver AMS 7G Dolby Atmos-enabled speaker, is a result of performance-led design.
Monitor Audio’s new C-CAM gold dome tweeter design features a new Uniform Dispersion Waveguide II for the most lifelike treble reproduction. The new RST II mid-range and mid/bass drivers feature a more rigid profile than ever before, with its new hexagonal dimpled structure just one indicator of the changes to the cone and geometry structure that result in smooth, low-distortion sound. According to Monitor Audio, its new crossover design is an elegant solution to the problem of splitting frequency information between drivers in a smooth, controlled manner.
Every seventh generation Silver Series loudspeaker features new driver trims, minimizing the appearance of the driver surround and creating a harmonious look. Every floorstander is supplied with outrigger feet with spun metal trims, developed for stability on carpeted or hard floors. Monitor Audio has developed new magnetic grilles with a premium-grade weave, which give visual depth and texture as well as a very tidy appearance. And every speaker in the range features a discreet implementation of its new logo, confirming the brand identity but not shouting it.
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