"Amphion is hitting a clear home run!"
"For a firm that few in the studio world realized existed two years ago, few monitors have made this much of a favorable impact on the market in such a short time."
"Two18 - an impressive monitor!"
"Overall the Amphion Two18 is an impressive monitor. The designers have managed to combine an extended low frequency response with low distortion without compromising low-frequency transient behaviour; a commendable feat."
"These speakers speak the truth!"
"I believe they have brought my monitoring environment to a higher level of precision, and the fact that I can work at lower SPLs will prolong my audio career and music-listening enjoyment. They are one of the few studio monitors of any size that I have encountered that both sound accurate and are a pleasure to hear.”
"Balanced, accurate, but musical."
"Amphion Two18 is a very clever design with great imaging, superb phase response and accurate frequency response in a very affordable package. An inspirational tool that is detailed and accurate enough to make well founded decisions without killing the creativity with overemphasizing details of the production. The speaker has no problem with spotting flaws in a production, it just does it in a less "brutal" way than some other contenders in the test.”
"My search for the ultimate speakers is over"
"My search for the ultimate speakers is over. The Two18s are providing me with detail, 3D depth and stereo width, which I never experienced before. No more insecurity regarding any frequency or knowing when a mix is ready. These speakers are a real time-saver. With Two18, my mixes get done fast. Changes are very rare and my clients are happier than ever.
"Hearing is believing."
|Operating principle:||2-way, passive radiators|
|Mid / woofer:||6,5" aluminium|
|Crossover point:||1600 Hz|
|Sensitivity:||89 dB @ 2.83V/1m|
|Frequency response:||39 - 20 000 Hz +/-3dB|
|Power recommendation:||50 - 200 W|
|Measurements (h x w x d):||550 x 191 x 305 mm|
In the studio
Chartmakers mastering, Helsinki, Finland
Alan Vukelic's studio in Southern Germany