Silver 7G: Winning Awards Across The Globe!
Posted on March 01 2022
Monitor Audio's new Silver Series 7G hit the ground running and has not stopped gaining momentum since its launch. We are thrilled to report that Silver 7G has received four fantastic new reviews from prestigious publications across the globe, as well as winning an award from each!
Silver 500 7G | SoundStage! Hi-Fi Recommended Reference Component
We are proud to announce that the Silver 500 7G has received the Recommended Reference Component Award from SoundStage! and is the first Monitor Audio speaker to win this award! Philip Beaudette praised the Silver 500's full-bodied bass, extended and detailed highs, and broad soundstage.
"If I had just over $3k to buy a new pair of speakers today, I’d order a pair of the Silver 500 7Gs and never look back. Their value proposition is irrefutable."
Silver 300 7G | SoundStage! Network Reviewer's Choice Award
Dennis Burger from SoundStage! Access praised the speaker's value, style and sound, stating that it "sounds exactly the way a speaker of this design should..."
"From note one, I found myself captivated by every aspect of the Silver 300s’ sound, from the wide and deep soundstage to the spot-on image specificity and the pitch-perfect tonal balance."
Silver 500 7G 5.0 System | Home Cinema Choice Best Buy Award
Mark Craven from Home Cinema Choice was impressed by the system's sound performance as well as its energy and fun it brings to the party.
"The Silver Series sound performance is brilliantly rich and weighty, large in scale, and packed with detail."
Silver 300 7G | Stereonet Applause Award
Rafael Todes from Stereonet claims to not be the most 'easy-going' of listeners and also claims to be 'fussy' when it comes to high-end audio, and yet he stated he was impressed by the Silver 300 7G calling it a "mature, well-thought-out and well-executed pacakge."
"Tonally accurate, rhythmically engaging, dynamically powerful – providing you have the necessary amplifier firepower – and spatially true, the Silver 300 does an awful lot right at the money."