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Gibson Active Nearfield Monitors From Approximately £132.65 delivered -  LP4 £132.65 / LP6 £176.27 / LP8 £221.68 @ Thomann
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Gibson Active Nearfield Monitors From Approximately £132.65 delivered - LP4 £132.65 / LP6 £176.27 / LP8 £221.68 @ Thomann

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Posted 30th Sep

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NOTE: Price is PER Monitor - Not for a pair

Love the look of these, for me the cherry one looks like a beauty. 100% my favourite finish on these. They are soooo expensive elsewhere, it kind of puts them out of reach for a lot of people. Thomann have them at reduced rates, which makes things much better.

The price of each model below is an approximation, as the exchange rate fluctuates. They're not available anywhere near this price at other retailers, so a little fluctuation shouldn't put it in 2nd best price wise. Delivery is included.

The 4, 6 and 8" models are all on offer with prices per monitor below.

4" model:
Gibson LP4 Tobacco Burst £132.65 - £265.30 per pair

6" Models:

Gibson LP6 Cherry £176.27 - £352.54 per pair

Gibson LP6 Tobacco Burst £176.27 - £352.54 per pair

Gibson LP6 Cherry Burst £176.27 - £352.54 per pair


8" Modles:

Gibson LP8 Tobacco Burst £221.68 - £443.36 Per Pair

Gibson LP8 Cherry £221.68 - - £443.36 Per Pair

Gibson LP8 Cherry Burst £221.68 - £443.36 Per Pair




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Specs - LP4

  • Les Paul reference monitor
  • Equipped with: 4" Woofer, 1" tweeter
  • Frequency range: 55 - 47000 Hz (-10 dB)
  • Crossover frequency: 2400 Hz
  • Max. SPL: 109 dB SPL (per pair)
  • Signal to noise ratio: 92 dB
  • Low noise bass reflex opening on the front panel
  • Bass and treble adjustable (-4 dB to +4 dB)
  • Connections: XLR and 6.3 mm jack balanced, RCA unbalanced
  • Dimensions (H x W x D): 258 x 166 x 241 mm
  • Weight: 4.8 kg
  • Colour: Tobacco burst



Specs - LP6

  • Les Paul reference monitor
  • Equipped with: 6" Woofer, 1" tweeter
  • Frequency range: 37 - 47000 Hz (+/- 10 dB)
  • Crossover frequency: 2700 Hz
  • Max. SPL: 117 dB SPL (per pair)
  • Signal to noise ratio: 92 dB
  • Low noise bass reflex opening on the front panel
  • Bass and treble adjustable (-4 dB to + 4dB)
  • Connections: XLR and 6.3 mm jack balanced, RCA unbalanced
  • Dimensions (H x W x D): 356 x 230 x 300 mm
  • Weight: 8.2 kg
  • Colour: Tobacco burst



Specs - LP8

  • Les Paul reference loudspeaker
  • Equipped with: 8" woofer and 1" tweeter
  • Frequency range (-10dB): 31 - 47000 Hz
  • Crossover frequency: 2.5 kHz
  • Maximum level (per pair): 118 dB SPL
  • Signal/ noise ratio: 92 dB
  • Low noise bass reflex opening on the front panel
  • Bass and treble adjustable from -4 to +4 dB
  • Inputs: XLR and 6.3 mm jack balanced, RCA unbalanced
  • Dimensions (H x W x D): 472 x 306 x 350 mm
  • Weight: 13.8 kg
  • Colour: Cherry
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Looks like a minion giving a blow job
> Frequency range: 55 - 47000 Hz (-10 dB)

Since when did -10dB become the standard measure for frequency range? That's one hell of a roll off and frankly I would have expected better from a brand like Gibson.
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I haven't heard them but just looking at them my first thoughts is that you're paying for the name and design. However, the reviews I found say otherwise:

prosoundweb.com/cha…on/

ask.audio/art…ors




I think these are EOL stock being dumped, they were really expensive when they first came out.
repouk30/09/2019 17:12

I haven't heard them but just looking at them my first thoughts is that …I haven't heard them but just looking at them my first thoughts is that you're paying for the name and design. However, the reviews I found say otherwise:https://www.prosoundweb.com/channels/recording/review_les_paul_studio_reference_monitors_from_gibson/https://ask.audio/articles/review-gibson-les-paul-studio-monitors[Video] I think these are EOL stock being dumped, they were really expensive when they first came out.


I thought that to be the case too, so was a little apprehensive about posting them until checking out a few reviews. No doubt a chunk of the RRP is because of the brand. I do like that Cherry finish though
Some really good deals from Thomann lately! Heat added
I was wondering why these were so ugly, but then I realised they are just copying the fade on a guitar.
Still ugly though.
horsey30/09/2019 18:47

I was wondering why these were so ugly, but then I realised they are just …I was wondering why these were so ugly, but then I realised they are just copying the fade on a guitar.Still ugly though.



They're different, I'll give them that
> Frequency range: 55 - 47000 Hz (-10 dB)

Since when did -10dB become the standard measure for frequency range? That's one hell of a roll off and frankly I would have expected better from a brand like Gibson.
For that price they really should've used solid wood instead MDF

Probably a good buy for audiophiles who have speakers in their face at a desk though
all2humanuk30/09/2019 19:02

> Frequency range: 55 - 47000 Hz (-10 dB)Since when did -10dB become the …> Frequency range: 55 - 47000 Hz (-10 dB)Since when did -10dB become the standard measure for frequency range? That's one hell of a roll off and frankly I would have expected better from a brand like Gibson.


With a ported design roll off is very steep. I would expect these to work well close to their lower frequency.
Oof. I was absolutely stoked for an impulse buy until I realised the price is each.
all2humanuk30/09/2019 19:02

> Frequency range: 55 - 47000 Hz (-10 dB)Since when did -10dB become the …> Frequency range: 55 - 47000 Hz (-10 dB)Since when did -10dB become the standard measure for frequency range? That's one hell of a roll off and frankly I would have expected better from a brand like Gibson.



Limits of the 4" woofer I guess
This is not a constructive comment at all, because I have never heard these... But they are horrible looking.
Yee haw
So, they aren't really set up for plugging an actual Les Paul in, are they?
Edited by: "gaijintendo" 1st Oct
Looks like a minion giving a blow job
all2humanuk30/09/2019 19:02

> Frequency range: 55 - 47000 Hz (-10 dB)Since when did -10dB become the …> Frequency range: 55 - 47000 Hz (-10 dB)Since when did -10dB become the standard measure for frequency range? That's one hell of a roll off and frankly I would have expected better from a brand like Gibson.


dB what? U, SPL, V?

Gibson is a trash brand these days. The build quality of their guitars is horrific. Utterly horrific.
good discount but pretty fugly
KingAndaval01/10/2019 22:17

dB what? U, SPL, V?Gibson is a trash brand these days. The build quality …dB what? U, SPL, V?Gibson is a trash brand these days. The build quality of their guitars is horrific. Utterly horrific.


They used to be. The last couple of years they’ve turned it around.
Technically.. probably awesome. Looks... probably keep them hidden. Hot, defintely not cool.
random_dude01/10/2019 22:05

Looks like a minion giving a blow job


Comments like this are why I love this place!
random_dude01/10/2019 22:05

Looks like a minion giving a blow job


Once you see it you cant unsee it!
random_dude01/10/2019 22:05

Looks like a minion giving a blow job



Yep - was thinking they look decent actually but... now cant unsee. "thanks" haha
Good find. Voted hot!
Those interested check the SOS review for the six.
soundonsound.com/rev…s/ggibson-les-paul-6
So for this money I'd say they're a great buy (LP6) considering the review RRP. And some good info in tuning them to your room would bring good results.
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