by iGuitar

The monitors have plenty of level for nearfield use and they sound clean and clear with a very solid stereo image and a surprisingly broad sweet-spot. (...) After I finished the song that I was working on with the Reveals I swapped back to my regular nearfields which cost several times more; I didn’t feel the need to change anything about the mix. Nothing. That rather impressed me.

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by Paul White

Vocals come across as sounding natural and open and the sense of stereo perspective is also good with a wide sweet spot, which is particularly welcome if there is more than one person trying to listen to the mix at the same time. There’s perhaps less front-to-back perspective than with the best speakers but the bottom line is that both models are surprisingly affordable yet capable of delivering a balanced sound that you can work with for long periods and where their necessary design compromises won’t stand in the way of you producing a good mix. (Look out for the full review in an upcoming issue of Sound on Sound)

by Tamay

Yes I have raved quite a lot here, so let me say it again plainly: I’m not being sponsored by Tannoy, and I don’t get any goodies from them. In my opinion, the Tannoy Reveal 502s are simply the best entry-level studio monitors currently available in the 5 inch price range. Sonically, the Reveal 502 is so open and detailed, and for a 5-incher, it goes really deep, with top-notch definition. So if you want to buy entry-level studio monitors for less than €150 apiece, get the Tannoy Reveal 502. I can wholeheartedly recommend them.

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by Sylvain Berger

At the end of the day, these monitors are ideal for anyone looking for a pair of high-quality speakers without breaking the bank. At just €159 each, it is tough finding a competitor in this class.

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by Future Music

In use, the standout quality of the 802s rushes to the fore with a pleasingly punchy bass response, with an extremely rounded tone. For the size and price, I was particularly impressed by the consistency and weight of this bottom end; these speakers really have been designed with low frequency clarity in mind. (…) Things just got a lot hotter in the active monitor department at this price point.

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by Jimmy Den-Ouden

The Reveal 402s are a compact pair of near-field monitors, and as such a thing in its own right, I rate them as competent. That in itself justifies the fairly modest price tag. But here’s the kicker – the stereo image out of the Reveals is insanely great. I don’t know what the hell Tannoy has done to achieve this, but it works extremely well. I reckon these things are a hot contender for bargain of the year.

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Big Monitor Sound, Ultra-Compact Design

Reveal 402: 4˝Active Studio Monitor

Premium Tonal Clarity Across Musical Styles

Reveal 502: 5˝Active Studio Monitor


Reveal 802: 8˝Active Studio Monitor


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Tannoy is one of the oldest and most prestigious audio brands in the world. Having been founded as the Tulsemere Manufacturing Company back in 1926 and with a presence in the audio industry of almost a century, the brand has a rich history that is ingrained into every loudspeaker it produces.