• Dedicated Stand Dedicated Stand
  • Footprint 235mm x 240mm

Technology

Radius Stands technology
  • Stands at the perfect listening height
  • The Radius stand is constructed using ARC® material, which acts to dampen vibrations, so you hear only the speaker.
  • High quality pure-copper cable runs internally from terminals at the floor to terminal forks at the top

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Specification

Height including Radius 45 (With Spikes)

940mm (37 inches)

Height including Radius 45 (Without Spikes)

918mm (36 1/8 inches)

Width including Radius 45

235mm (9 1/4 inches)

Depth including Radius 45

240mm (9 7/16 inches)

Height including Radius 90 (With Spikes)

1030.15mm (40 9/16 inches)

Height including Radius 90 (Without Spikes)

1008.5mm (39 11/16 inches)

Width including Radius 90

235mm (9 1/4 inches)

Depth including Radius 90

240mm (9 7/16 inches)

Professional reviews

Trusted Reviews

Radius 90

December 2013

Latest Radius Gets a Perfect 10

Designer sat/sub speaker systems come and go, but one just keeps getting better. Back in the 90s Monitor Audio’s Radius showed the industry how to blend high performance and glossy good looks with rooms of any size, shape and colour. The latest Radius evolution burnishes a peerless reputation with even better sound and aesthetics as Danny Philips discovered when testing the new R90HT1 system for Trusted Reviews.

As a former ‘What Video’ editor and an experienced freelance tech journalist, Danny’s qualified to place the R90HT1 at the very top of the pecking order with a perfect 10/10 score and a coveted ‘Editor’s Choice’ badge. Citing a big soundstage from small speakers, superb detail and dialogue clarity and gorgeous build quality and design, he says “it’s beautifully made, offers powerful, polished sound quality and looks stunning – pretty much everything we look for in a speaker system. If you have the cash, it’s worth every penny… If you’re looking for a speaker system on a £1,500 budget then stick the R90HT1 on your shopping list pronto. We’ve heard some pretty special speaker systems of late, including the Quad L-ite Plus and the Cambridge Audio Aero, but the Radius trumps them all”.

 

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What Hi-Fi? Sound and Vision

Radius 45

September 2013

New Radius launches with five stars

The next generation of Radius has arrived, complete with new models, greater versatility and higher, wider, deeper sound. The eight-strong model line-up includes still slimmer versions of the 225 centre speaker and Radius One soundbar, together with a new Radius 200 centre-channel for shelf or rack mounting, and two enormously powerful yet super-compact active subwoofers: Radius 380 and 390.

And the re-energised line-up has already shown its quality by collecting five glorious stars from What Hi-Fi? Sound & Vision magazine. In its October 13 issue, the UK’s most dynamic forum for high value AV performance is suitably awed by the new Radius R90 HT1 package, starring the refreshed 90s, new 200 centre and bass-bulging R390 sub. It says “if you yearn for a discrete 5.1 set-up, this should be on your radar, because it’s a remarkable success…integration between fronts, rears and the sub is seamless. The surround field is gapless, effects flow between channels effortlessly and you’re immersed in the action…it (the 390) displays a potent combination of precision and weight with no fear of bottoming out or losing its grip”.

Living with great audio has never been easier.

 

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