Any pro monitoring setup could benefit from Amphion Two15 monitors. The dual LF/MF drivers work together in perfect phase alignment to reproduce a wide sonic range with exceptional accuracy. These high-end passive monitors employ custom-designed drivers, a high-density Corian waveguide, and a sealed enclosure with a passive radiator to deliver the natural, transparent, un-hyped sound you need to make critical mixing decisions. We know that you can expect consistent mix translation when you monitor with Amphion Two15 speakers. 

€ 1800 / $ 2000 per piece
(Price in EUR includes 20% VAT; price in USD excludes VAT and sales taxes.)



"Escoge un par basado en tu cuarto y tus necesidades y estarás contento. "

"Al igual que con las demás bocinas Amphion, no hay nada fatigante en los agudos, y el Two15 es lleno y placentero en una manera nada exagerada. ."


"Delightfully detailed realism..."

" If I was going to go with a single set of monitors for my room, I am pretty sure I would go with a pair of Two15 speakers and an Amp500.."


"Detail without ever loosing the big picture"

"In various fast-paced educational, research, electroacoustic composition, sound design, and studio and on-location production contexts, both in stereo and surround. Their uncanny ability to draw out spatial detail without ever loosing the big picture, and to present dynamic, frequency and transient content in extreme resolution, have given me the complete solution for pushing digital production to a new level."

Dr. Antti Sakari Saario
Head of Music, Falmouth University, United Kingdom
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Technical specifications

Operating principle: 2-way, passive radiators
Tweeter: 1" titanium
Mid / woofer: 5,25" aluminium
Crossover point: 1600 Hz
Impedance: 4 ohm
Sensitivity: 86 dB @ 2.83V/1m 
Frequency response: 44 - 20 000 Hz +/-3dB
Power recommendation: 50 - 200 W
Measurements (h x w x d): 510 x 160 x 265 mm
Weight: 12 kg
Colour: black

Recommended matching products:



Because all real control rooms have at least one surface (a floor) the speaker low end (below 100Hz) is measured in half free space. This gives a fairly accurate estimation of a very large control room, with the speaker placed far from back and side walls.  As the room size decreases, the amount of bass increases, which means that the smaller speaker models are particularly well suited to smaller rooms which will support the bass response of the speaker. In other words, the plotted frequency response corresponds to the minimum amount of bass you can expect in any control room.



In the studio

Two15 in Martin Kantola’s studio in Karperö, Finland.


Two15 at Svenska Theatern in Helsinki, Finland.