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[AES] The Munro Egg studio monitors rebranded

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Designers of the Egg 150 monitors were at AES to announce the rebranding of their product.

The Egg 150 studio monitors were until now available under the sE Electronics brand but their designers decided to take back the production to the UK and rebrand them under the new Munro Sonic name.

Munro Sonic takes this opportunity to upgrade the Egg 150 amp, which, along with the new 100% UK manufacturing, will result in a slight raise of the price ($1999 announced).

The new Munro Sonic Egg 150 will be available in the next few days with a complete 2-year warranty.

No site web is available yet, but you can find Munro Sonic on Facebook.

 

 

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