Harbeth Monitor 40.2 Standmount Speakers
In celebration of our 40th anniversary, a limited edition model of our flagship, the M40.2, is now available in a walnut veneer with some beautiful added features, including; the latest WBT-nextgen binding posts, custom Harbeth internal cables and Harbeth branded British-made audio grade poly capacitors. Each speaker will include the Harbeth 40th Anniversary limited edition front and back badges and a new magnetic anniversary grille badge.
In addition to this, each celebratory model will also be packaged in our new Harbeth branded cotton bags.
Our cabinets are handmade and feature the finest veneers.
The Monitor 40.2 - 40th Anniversary Editions is available in Walnut & Silver Eucalyptus
Most musical monitor of all time - worthy of Reference Class status
'Audio' Magazine, Germany
The Monitor 40.2 redefines the term ‘Reference Loudspeaker’. Built on the success of the multi award-winning M40.1, this new generation is the biggest leap forward in sonic supremacy since the design’s launch in January 1998.
More efficient, more adaptable to a wide range of listening environments, perfectly balanced and more transparent and engaging, the M40.2 takes the Harbeth sound to a new level.
With its mesmerising and addictive soundstage, Harbeth’s reference monitor produces a grand, dynamic and unforgettable sonic experience – far beyond conventional loudspeaker listening.
Ask us about our delivery and installation service - we service from northern NSW, through Brisbane, and all the way up to the Sunshine Coast!
AWARDS for the M40.2 include...
Editors' Choice Award 2016 by The Absolute Sound
Germany's Audio magazine 'Recommended' the "most musical monitor ever"
'Best of 2015' awarded by the-ear.net
USERS of the M40 series include...
Used at Fountain Studios, the largest TV studio in Britain, and home of TV hits The X-Factor, The Cube, Britain's Got Talent - some of the biggest audience shows.
Used at the British Library's sound archives.
Used at ITV Leeds to make the hugely successful Emmerdale.
Used at BBC Cardiff to make Crimewatch.