The most distinguished and compelling of them all, the BR6 adds effortless authority to the long list of Bronze Reference virtues. Embraced by a beautifully slim floor standing cabinet, the BR6’s 2 1/2-way system comprises a 1” C-CAM® tweeter, supported by two 6 1/2” MMP®II bass drivers and a single 6 1/2” MMP®II bass/mid-range driver mounted within dedicated chambers. Its powerful driver complement and sophisticated cabinet structure work together to lend performances an immense sense of scale and muscularity while revealing the finest high frequency detail. The BR6’s elegant proportions and excellent aesthetic qualities will blend unobtrusively with décor, but its sonic abilities are sure to make an enduring impact.
- New C-CAM® tweeter has greater sensitivity and response up to 30 kHz.
- New MMP® bass and mid-range drivers refined by FEA analysis.
- New crossovers for cleaner more precise signal transfer.
- Improved cabinet rigidity and stability.
- High-quality terminal panels blend easy access with high-end functionality.
- Choice of high quality pearlescent finishes.
Frequency Response +/- 3dB
33 Hz - 30 KHz
Power Handling (RMS)
Recommended Amplifier Requirements (RMS)
40 - 150 W
Dual chamber bass reflex – Ported front and rear
Drive Unit Complement
2 x 6.5" MMP® II Bass 1 x 6.5" MMP®II Bass mid-range, 1 x 1” (25 mm) gold dome C-CAM® tweeter
External Dimensions: (H x W x D)
970 x 200 x 300 mm
38 3/16 x 7 7/8 x 11 13/16 inch
17.4 Kg (38.3 lb)
Bronze Reference 5.1 Speaker System Review
"Dark as they are, the BR6s do have a bold appearance that says vigour and verve."
"The BRW-10, with its 10-inch woofer and 150 watt amplifier, produced bass that was quick and clean, and never painful."
"...there is a lot to enjoy about the Monitor Audio Bronze Reference speakers. From sonic performance to visual appeal, these speakers have just the right stuff."
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