Praised by audio experts, read their reviews on the following models:
“Lit up the sky,” said Dick Olsher of Fi Magazine in a review of the original XP. (Fi, November 1996)
“I’m leading a charmed life indeed,” wrote Willis of his experience with the original SP. (Stereophile, Jan. 1997)
“This is one hell of a speaker,” proclaimed Balgalvis about the Montana XP. (The Audiophile Voice, November 1999)
Montana SP3"The SP3's were a joy with almost every type of music we tried - Pop, Classical Jazz."Read the rest of what Barry Willis of Stereophile had to say about the Montana SP3. Read More
Montana XPRead what Arnis Balgalvis of Stereophile said about the Montana XP . Read More
Montana EPXRead what Chuck Bruce of The Audiophile Voice had to say about the Montana EPX . Read More
Montana EPS2Read what Barry Willis of The Absolute Sound had to say about the Montana EPS2 . Read More
Montana Olympia-L & Mini OlympiaReview by Ultra Audio on the Olympia-L and Mini Olympia. Read Review
Montana XPSReview by 6moons audio reviews on the Montana XPS. Read Review
Montana EPSReview by Barry Willis of Stereophile on the Montana EPS. Read Review
Montana SPXReview by Martin DeWulf of Bound for Sound on the Montana SPX. Read Review
Montana SammyReview by Jeff Fritz. "The Sammy played bigger than much of the competition." Read Sammy's Review
Montana LibertyReview by Uday Reddy. "The PBN Montant INNERCHOIC© Liberty packs a lot of punch at the price: In short, it's a great value." Read Liberty's review.
Review by Dave Clark. "So to sum it up, the PBN Liberty's offer the end user quite a lot for the asking price ..." Read the review.
1) SPEAKERS — Ear There And Everywhere
2) LOCATING PBN
3) BUILDING TO A PERFORMANCE LEVEL
4) A SHORT RECAP
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