What Hi Fi Sound and Vision Mon, 5 Mar 2007, 6:00pm

Monster M1000D

Tested at £70
80100
4

There’s a sense of occasion to the M1000D

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For

  • Scale at low-end
  • clean top-end

Against

  • Lack of detail

There's a sense of occasion to the M1000D – it brings scale to low frequencies, and the upfront midrange contributes to the excitement. The top end is clean, offering separation even in complex passages. Slight lack of detail makes for an airbrushed sound, though.

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