Swissonic NT10A


Active studio monitors

  • 80-watt bi-amplified two-way system with class D amplifiers
  • Power: 50 watts + 30 watts
  • Speakers: 7” (178 mm) woofer + 1.25" (32 mm) tweeter with natural silk dome
  • Frequency response: 50 Hz - 20 kHz
  • Crossover frequency: 2 kHz
  • Low frequency switch: -2 dB, 0 dB, and +2 dB
  • High frequency switch: -2 dB, 0 dB, and +2 dB
  • Low-pass switch: 56 Hz, 80 Hz, and 100 Hz
  • Mid frequency control: Variable (-15 dB to +6 dB)
  • Standby function
  • Cabinet: MDF with real wood veneer
  • Dimension (W x H x D): 215 x 382 x 198 mm
  • Weight 6.5 kg


  • XLR (balanced)
  • 6.3 mm (1/4") jack (balanced)
available since April 2021
Item number 488064
sales unit 1 pair(s)
Amplifier power per unit (RMS) 80 W
Magnetic Shielding No
Analogue XLR Input Yes
Analogue Input (Jack) Yes
Analogue Input (Mini Jack) No
Analogue Input (RCA) Yes
Digital input No
Manual frequency correction Yes
Frequency range min. 50 Hz
Frequency range max. 20000 Hz
Weight 6,5 kg
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Great potential let down by quality issues
beau17 25.12.2021
The NT10A sound great in my opinion, there are some discrepancies when comparing against the Y model so you may feel displeased if hoping for an exact match but in their own regard are a solid choice for the intended purpose.

Swissonic have also added some welcome changes such as active design, numerous adjustments on the rear and a relatively low price per pair so they don't hesitate to bring their own charm to the table.

That being said however, there are some issues which I can't gloss over:

¬ XLR input does not have a locking feature (sits quite loose)
¬ Very loud hardware noise (hiss)
¬ Standby mode (turns off even at low volume despite a constant signal)
¬ White cones were very dirty upon arrival.
¬ No off switch for standby mode

I have requested a replacement unit under warranty so will update as the need arises.

Update (4/2/22):

Replacements have arrived and are sadly displaying the same issues as before but now have severe distortion on the highs similar to a bitcrusher, I will sadly have to return them and ask for a refund as I can only assume that the fault lies with the wider range..

I genuinely hope Swissonic will address the issues as there is much potential for the NT10A to become a real contender given the chance and a little bit of loving.

I will gladly come back after some revisions are made.. but until that day arrives I will unfortunately have to look elsewhere.


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Daniele Nuzzo 27.04.2021
si, vedere un clone delle mitiche ns10 (che posseggo) non mi pareva vero, cosi le ho comprate, se mi fossero piaciute le avrei tenute in ogni caso!
appena aperte sono bellissime, fatte veramente bene, in tutto... poi pero' il momento critico, sentire come suonano...
qui iniziano i primi problemi, ma niente di che, un po' di fruscio di fondo un po anomalo, per degli studio reference, ma andiamo avanti, non e' invalidante... poi metto un po' di musica di riferimento, e le affianco alle originali... beh... qui purtroppo sento il vero problema... se paragonate alle originali, queste purtroppo perdono... purtroppo si perche' il tweeter non e' all'altezza... non risce a dare quella proiezione e completezza di informazioni che le originali possono e purtroppo sono manchevoli proprio dove le originali fanno la differenza...
peccato, alla fine per uno come me sono assolutamente inutili, non possono fare il loro mestiere come si deve, ma magari chi vuole piu' un aspetto estetico in queste nt10a puo' trovare un valido prodotto... ma come reference, per le qualita' audio, purtroppo non ci siamo e sinceramente costano pure troppo, a meno si ha di meglio. comunque apprezzabile questo tentativo, ma consiglierei di rivedere il tweeter... assolutamente