"The M40.2 offers natural listening and are able to reproduce all musical styles."
Herb Reichert has reviewed our M30.2 40th anniversary model in the April edition of Stereophile, calling it "...the most neutral, accurate, tuneful, fun, and music-loving stand-mounted two-way speaker I've heard."
The magazine also awarded the M30.2 the highest rating among its peers - the 2018 Class A 'Recommended Component'.Read the review
AUDIO magazine, Korea, have reviewed our mini but magnificent P3ESR speaker in their latest issue, calling it "exceptional."
"An attractive speaker that is small, but produces rich sound....(the P3ESR) almost made me dizzy with a rich, tight solid bass and a superb, articulate mid-range."
In the same issue, the P3ESR was named Best Bookshelf Speaker 2017.
Our mini but magnificent P3ESR speaker has been awarded one of the BEST PRODUCTS 2017 in the bookshelf speakers category by AUDIO magazine, Korea.Read more about the P3ESR
Part-Time Audiophile's review of our legendary C7ES-3 model praises its "musicality, excellent 3D sound-staging, honest translating abilities, and timbral accuracy", prompting reviewer Rafe Arnott to award an Editor's Choice Award.
"Regardless of what type of music I forced upon them, or how loud I made them go (or conversely how quietly I played them – they were excellent low-level playback monitors), they accepted their fate, and rose to the occasion with a humble mastery of recorded sound that always left me satisfied, and never wanting for more."Read the review in full
Today we have launched our exclusive music video series - Harbeth Live. Produced by Kent-based audio and video production company, Duet Media Technologies, the series will include three videos released throughout 2018 featuring British music artists, the first of which stars pianist, David Rees-Williams.
Recorded in his own home music room, the video features a multi-track piece with not one but two pianos played by David...at the same time - it has to be seen to be believed! Famed for his improvisation, David says this is a "key element to keeping the excitement" in his music and is a "challenging but worthwhile way of playing."
When it came to the recording, the aim was to make the reproduction of the sound as faithful to the original live performance as possible, with the audio then mastered in Duet's editing suite on Harbeth's flagship M40.2 model.
A separate video in which Alan's interviews Paul regarding the process will be published soon.