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Monitor Audio Reveals Seventh Generation Silver Series Loudspeakers

Latest versions feature choice of five finishes and several acoustic improvements

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 discrete implementation of its new logo, confirming the brand identity but not shouting it.

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