Founded nearly forty years ago to commercialise the BBC's pioneering R&D, Harbeth are experts at reproducing life-like sound with all the warmth, detail and realism of 'being there'. With our mastery of the material science of speaker diaphragms and our appreciation of how music really sounds live, Harbeth loudspeakers are very special instruments indeed.
The Harbeth family ranges from the shoe-box sized P3ESR right up to the mighty flagship Monitor 40.2. All are available in beautiful veneers, and all breath with the world famous, open, transparent, natural, Harbeth sound. When you're ready to re-hear your entire music collection afresh and with startling clarity, do make a date with your Harbeth dealer. Welcome to the extraordinary world of Harbeth!
The model line that launched the Harbeth company is universally revered for its big, beautiful sound. The SHL5plus version takes the Harbeth tradition of stunning musical involvement to another performance level.
The Harbeth Monitor 40.2. Simply, the closest to actually being in the studio, but from the comfort of your own home. An advanced three-way design which gets the very best from Harbeth's drive unit mastery.
The smallest professional-use Harbeth is the Monitor 20.1. The trusted natural Harbeth sound in a form factor ideal for small spaces such as outside broadcast trucks, workstation-offices and editing suites. With an overall balance and bass extension that is designed to fool the listener into thinking the speakers are very much larger, recordings mastered on Monitor 20.1s can be signed-off as production ready.
This new, powered version of the popular Monitor 30.1 studio monitor makes the package even more convenient. Just plug-in an XLR line source, set the gain control and the Powered M30.1 speaker is a ready-to-go monitoring system. This combination is ideal for drama-LE monitoring in fixed and mobile installations.
The three-way Monitor 40.2 is the ultimate solution to 'Grade 1' audio monitoring, enhancing and modernising the sonic performance of the earlier models introduced in the late 1990s, themselves replacements for the obsolete two-way LS5/8.