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Review Tannoy Reveal 601A

Active Monitor de la marque Tannoy appartenant à la série Reveal

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Tannoy Reveal 601a Mini-Review

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At the start of the 2010 season, Tannoy, the famous studio monitor manufacturer, updated the Reveal series — its entry level product range. We had the opportunity to review the Reveal 601a, a powered loudspeaker monitor with a 6.5" driver...

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Tannoy makes a strong come back by updating its down-market monitor speakers. The value for money (about $500 per pair) is very good. The speakers produce a well balanced sound with a good presence in the low end that doesn’t disturb the rest of the frequency spectrum. On the other hand, the high-frequency response didn’t fully convince us, and it can prove unsuitable in some situations. Otherwise, the Reveal 601a seems to be a rugged monitor with serious manufacturing quality. Add a nice look and a high headroom and you get a very commendable and especially affordable pair of active monitor speakers.

 

 

Pros
  • Value for money
  • Nice look
  • Rugged construction
  • Good sound balance
  • Present but precise lows
  • Output power
Cons
  • High frequencies slightly improvable

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