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Graham Audio LS5/5 Loudspeaker

The BBC was very proud of the LS5/5 design and thought it was their best design for monitoring their recordings of classical music. However, when the Rock n Roll era came about the engineers found that the LS5/5 would not play loud enough, so they came out with the LS5/8. Fast forward to 2019 and with the use of higher quality magnets, drivers, glue, crossover components; the revised LS5/5 now has 9dB greater power handling/output. This is eight times louder than the original. As you can see from the White Paper (click here), the original LS5/5 was powered by an onboard 25 WPC amplifier. The 2019 Graham revised LS5/5 is a passive design.

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Falcon & Graham LS3/5A

pc Stereophile/Art Dudley   “At the end of the day, Graham Audio’s Chartwell LS3/5a was my favorite of these three seriously good, BBC-designed minimonitors … it was the newest LS3/5a that gave me the most consistent listening pleasure. Indeed, I […]

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Graham Audio named On A Higher Note as N. American Exclusive Distributor | debut new LS5/9f at Salon Audio Montreal 3/22 – 24 Room #1315, Hotel Bonaventure, Montreal, Quebec

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE (Devon, UK | Los Angeles CA | Montreal, Canada  – March 20th 2019) Graham Audio named On A Higher Note as their North American exclusive distributor with North American debut of the new LS5/9f floor standing loudspeaker in Salon A […]

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Graham Audio LS5/9f loudspeaker

The stereo picture and dynamic range are superb and a review in “Sound on Sound” commented “the sound hangs in the space between the speakers like an invisible band or orchestra”.  The midrange performance is almost identical to the award winning LS5/9.  While the bass enjoys 5 Hz of lower extension, the greater bass amplitude provides a deeper foundation underneath the music.

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Graham LS5/9 Loudspeaker

Designed for use by the BBC in smaller studios and control rooms, the LS5/9 is a close sonic match for the larger LS5/8. Equally at home in a domestic setting, the open and expansive mid-range reveals previously unheard details from even the most familiar recordings.

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Graham LS5/8 Loudspeaker

The LS5/8 is the BBC’s flagship design, and was developed because of the need for higher sound pressure levels and greater transparency and consistency than the ageing LS5/5 offered.

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Graham Chartwell LS6 Loudspeaker

A custom built 6 inch long-throw bass drive unit mated to a compact 17 litre cabinet gives bass extension and power handling that is comparable to the LS5/9. The bespoke 19mm dome tweeter extends to beyond 20kHz. The overall response retains the smoothness of both the LS3/5 and LS5/9.

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Graham Chartwell LS3/5 Loudspeaker

The LS3/5A is perhaps the best-known of all the BBC’s monitor designs. The BBC needed a small monitor that was suitable for critical assessment of programme quality in cramped OB vehicles and control rooms, and nothing suitable was available commercially.

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Graham Chartwell LS6/f Loudspeaker

Building on the success of our popular LS6 monitor, the LS6/f is a floor-standing loudspeaker system that combines a modern aesthetic with the open, uncolored sound you’d expect from a Graham Audio system.

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Graham Chartwell SUB3 Subwoofer

The SUB3 is a sub-woofer designed to work with the Chartwell LS3/5 and LS3/5A from Graham Audio, but it is also applicable to other designs of similar sensitivity and impedance.

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