Drop BMR1 Nearfield Monitors Review

Drop is a company we mainly know for their mechanical keyboard and we’ve actually taken a look a quite a few of them over the past couple of years. Earlier this year at CES, Drop showed us something a little different which had me a little intrigued. It was a small set of desktop speakers or as they are calling them nearfield monitors. I would say at least for most PC users speakers really have taken a backseat, but with so many people working from home there has been a resurgence for speakers, especially smaller ones that will fit on a simple work from home setup. The BMR1 Nearfield Monitors could be the perfect thing for that or someone looking for a solid set of desktop speakers that won’t really break the bank. Let’s take a look at see what these are all about!

Special thanks to Drop for providing us with the BMR1 Nearfield Monitors to review.


Drop set us both their BMR1 Nearfield Monitors as well as a set of optional grills. They both come in pretty plain boxes.

Drop BMR1 Nearfield Monitors

Getting everything out of the box you’ll find the BMR1 Nearfield Monitors, their stands, hardware to install the stands, the two grills, a power adapter, cable to connect the two speakers, and a 3.5mm cable to connect to your computer or other device.

Drop BMR1 Nearfield Monitors

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