Paradigm Monitor 11 Speaker System Specs

Monitor 11 ($1,598 pr): 6.5 in carbon-infused polypropylene cone woofer (3), 5.5 in satin anodized aluminum cone midrange, 1 in aluminum dome tweeter; 7.9 x 41.4 x 13.5 in (W x H x D); 55.3 lb

Center 3 ($599 ea): 6.5 in carbon-infused polypropylene cone woofer (2), 4.5 in satin anodized aluminum cone midrange, 1 in aluminum dome tweeter; 21.2 x 7.9 x 11.75 in (W x H x D ); 28.5 lb

Mini Monitor ($598 pr): 6.5 in satin-anodized aluminum cone woofer, 1 in aluminum dome tweeter; 7.7 x 13.5 x 10.5 in (W x H x D); 17 lb

Monitor SUB 12 ($999): 12 in injection-molded carbon-loaded polypropylene cone woofer; 300 watts RMS; sealed enclosure; line-level stereo in, USB; 15.2 x 13 x 14.5 in (W x H x D); 33 lb

Company Info
Paradigm
(905) 564-1994
paradigm.com

COMPANY INFO
Paradigm
(905) 564-1994
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wdkirk's picture

Thanks for the great review. Been listening to speakers locally. I like the Paradigm Monitor 11 best so far. Also been reading the great reviews of the Aperion Verus Grands. How do these two compare head to head. I will certainly use them for movies but my primary concern is music. I listen to primarily rock.

Bob Ankosko's picture
Unfortunately, we're not in a position to pass judgement on this question since have not had the opportunity to do a head-to-head listening test that pits the Paradigm Monitor 11s against the Aperion Versus Grands.
zman's picture

How far was your left speaker from the sidewall?

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