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What Hi-Fi five star review Five stars: "other loudspeakers sound blurred and hazy by comparison."


The Model S Floorstander - and Model S Standmount.

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Both versions have clean modern looks - plus:.


Full MonoPulse holographic realism and sound-stage - giving audio transparency to make the speakers vanish.

28mm HF drive units - as used on our flagship Model A. These are silk-domed, with neodymium magnets, and a response to 22kHz.

Kevlar LF units - for power and clarity.


Hardwood tops and bases - in Light Oak (below left), the redder Meranti (right) or Black Walnut (below right)

Ten cloth colours - click colours

Right - Meranti & Green.

Below - Light Oak and Biscuit.


The Floorstander.


Slim and elegant - but with 250 watt power handling and 25Hz bass (Hi Fi +) .

95cm high x 20cm deep x 23cm wide. Weight 12kg

160mm LF drivers - real power in this slim speaker.

90 dB sensitivity. To work with valve amp minimum 18 watts, and solid state 35 watts.

8 ohms impedance - nominal and minimum. Perfect for valve amps - and less sensitive to differences between solid-state amps.


For fuller spec - and usage details sent with each delivery click - S floorstander PDF and Listening PDF

£995, UK. E1,295, Europe

Live in another country - or dealer out of range? We supply directly around the globe - details Buy direct There is amazing appreciation and praise from many countries.

Above right - Walnut top


Left - the low double terminal panel, recessed carrying handle and profiled corners.

Left and right - adjustable spikes on extended base.




The Standmount - compact and powerful.


The specification is very similar to the floorstander.

The result is the same full sound. ("should not be possible - to get this rich large sound" - from Norway, see below)


48cm high x 23cm deep. (47cm shorter and 3cm deeper than the floorstander). The greater depth keeps the bass at 29Hz. (25Hz on the floorstander)

Power - 200 watts max.(floorstander 250w)

Sensitivity. 89dB. (90dB) Recommended valve amplifier min 18 watts, and solid state 35 watts.

LF drive units - Kevlar, 5 1/4 inch, 130mm, (160mm).

Left - twin connecting panel and rear port - in Burgundy and Walnut.

Right - Black cloth and Walnut.

UK £895. Europe 1,195 Euros. Or - Buy Direct

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For full spec - and usage details sent with each delivery - click Model S Standmount PDF and Listening PDF


(See left - from Norway) "Does what should be impossible for such small loudspeakers - a full and rich sound which is never tiring."

(See right) A real "audio soul" speaker review from Matej Isak for
Mono & Stereo high-end magazine.
Click Mono and Stereo



Ole Iacob Norman posted a detailed review of the standmount (then called the Model C) on a Norwegian loudspeaker internet forum. For a PDF in English click on PDF. For the original on the Norwegian forum go to Norwegian


Other Norwegian reviews and comments about MonoPulse Loudspeakers are on hifisentralenforum


Below - French Blue with Walnut top.

This is an unsolicited (and unedited!) comment from customer Jason.

"hi allan,
it's been a few days but i've been listening to music, through the S's, and i have to say Thank You Thank You Thank You ..... my god, do you know how to build a decent speaker. i thought the ruark templars were good, but compared to the monopulses they are, how do i put it, thin - lightweight - immature even. i was expecting an improvement but not like this :) and the bass, the detail - i wasn't even aware this level of information existed down there (i can feel, & hear, the ringing of the bass strings ripple through me). anything recorded live is on a different level, and the decca 'world of stereo action' lp is - well i don't know what it is, but it's not hifi any more. everything i play has an extra dimension - a rightness - so again many, many thanks,
jason ."

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