Monitor Audio's 6th Generation Silver Series has received many awards and acclaim since its launch last year. The latest outstanding review is on the Silver 300, courtesy of SoundStage! Access.
Hans Wetzel was first impressed by the Silver 300's design, calling it a "visual knockout". Moving on to the sound quality, Hans said the Silver 300 was "just very good at pretty much everything". He went on to say "it offers taut, extended bass, a smooth, well-controlled treble, and a bold, engaging midrange; it images fairly well, and produces a broad, deep soundstage."
More Great Quotes Are Below: "Their voices were smooth and detailed, leaning ever so slightly toward the clean, crisp end of the spectrum, with plenty of weight, if not warmth, through the mids."
"The drums at the beginning were thunderous, with well-defined strokes marked by rapid decays, and a weight that laid a satisfying foundation for the rest of the music."
"I couldn't get enough electric guitar and heavy drums as long as the Monitor Audio 300s were hooked up — they were infectious."
[When compared to the KEF Q750] — "It couldn't go nearly as deep in the bass as the SIlver 300, which offered a far more robust foundation..."
[When compared to the B&W 704 S2] — "...Till Lindermann's voice in 'Stripped' was hollow in comparison to the Monitors, sounding sharper and over-enunciated, and with notably less power and weight."