Posts Tagged: Robin Marshall

Epos ES14

The world of nineteen eighties loudspeakers was a weird but rarely wonderful one. Celestion’s SL6 with its clangy, first generation metal dome tweeter was considered state-of-the-art. Linn’s madcap Isobarik, with its multitude of forward facing and upward firing drivers, was

Epos ES14

The world of nineteen eighties loudspeakers was a weird but rarely wonderful one. Celestion’s SL6 with its clangy, first generation metal dome tweeter was considered state-of-the-art. Linn’s madcap Isobarik, with its multitude of forward facing and upward firing drivers, was

Monitor Audio R352

In some ways, the nineteen eighties was a troubled decade for loudspeaker design. Although a number of ‘milestone’ products appeared – such as Celestion’s SL6 and Acoustic Energy’s AE-1 – it’s hard to argue these were completely successful designs in

Monitor Audio R352

In some ways, the nineteen eighties was a troubled decade for loudspeaker design. Although a number of ‘milestone’ products appeared – such as Celestion’s SL6 and Acoustic Energy’s AE-1 – it’s hard to argue these were completely successful designs in