Monitor Audio launches Bronze 6G speaker series

Bronze 6G sees first MA Dolby Atmos speaker

by Andy Bassett

UK based Monitor Audio’s already renowned Bronze speakers have launched in their 6th generation version.

Announced at the end of January, and debuted at the Bristol Hi-Fi Show, Monitor Audio’s popular entry level Bronze range of speakers sees an upgrade in build and sound quality throughout the eight speakers in the new 6G range.

Consisting of two bookshelf speakers (Bronze 50 and 100), two floorstanders (Bronze 200 and 500), a centre speaker (Bronze C150), a rear/surround model (Bronze FX) and the Bronze W10 subwoofer, the range also introduces a Dolby Atmos enabled speaker (Bronze AMA) for the first time.

First launched two decades ago, the 6th generation iteration sees Monitor Audio’s signature stress-resistant C-CAM Drivers improved with updated conical diaphragm geometry for increased control. Additionally, timing accuracy is increased using Damped Concentric Mode (DCM) technology and the drivers now have a larger diameter voice coil which helps produce higher sound pressure levels. Combined, all these enhancements give rise to a smoother, tighter bass, the company claims.

The latest Bronze Series also features a new Uniform Dispersion (UD) Waveguide which, when used in concert with the iconic C-CAM Gold Dome Tweeter, helps to improve time alignment and give an even sound dispersion.

Bringing over the distinctive, acoustically-transparent, hexagonal dispersion patterns on the tweeter cover from the Silver and Gold ranges further adds to the eye catching nature of the Bronze series.

The speakers also use premium gold-plated terminals and Pureflow silver-plated oxygen-free copper internal cabling to contribute towards high quality sound reproduction.

Finally, the Bronze 6G range features a choice of four contemporary finishes (White, Walnut, Urban Grey and Black), with a sleek contrasting baffle and matching magnetic cloth-covered grille for an understated appearance. 

Pricing is as follows:

• Bronze 50 (bookshelf) – £260 per pair
• Bronze 100 (bookshelf) – £325 per pair
• Bronze 200 (floorstander) – £570 per pair
• Bronze 500 (floorstander) – £770 per pair
• Bronze C150 (centre) – £175 each
• Bronze FX (rear/surround) – £300 per pair
• Bronze AMS (Dolby Atmos enabled) – £300 per pair
• Bronze W10 (subwoofer) – £525 each

Would any readers consider this new Bronze range from Monitor Audio as their next speaker update? Let us know in the discussion thread.

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