As audio enthusiasts, we all have our personal preferences when it comes to sound, some like the Fluance Ai60 Bookshelf Speaker, while others prefer the more extensive options. Needless to say, the type of speaker one chooses is going to play a big part in the level of sound satisfaction delivered by the speaker system.
Are you thinking of buying your first speaker? Or are you planning on replacing an existing one?
Choosing between the Edifier R1700BT speakers or a floor-standing speaker can be a tough nut to crack for many folks.
This is partly because we always associate larger speakers with better sound (and that would be right most of the time). However, other factors should be considered when it comes to choosing a speaker for your home (we’ll get to that in a moment).
When it comes to speaker sound, only you know what’s right for you. Choosing between bookshelf speakers and tower speakers all boils down to your personal preference:
· Are you okay with a decent bass output?
· Are you looking for that chest-thumping bass?
The size and type of room is also another vital factor that needs to be considered when choosing speakers. Audiophiles who have space to spare will always go for more substantial speakers. But, what if you have space constraints? Bookshelf speakers, such as the KEF LS50, are a viable option.
If you’re thinking of getting a reliable and efficient bookshelf speaker, then this Polk Audio T15 review is going to be for you (so you will want to read it to the end). The Polk Audio T15 bookshelf speakers are one of the first names that come to mind when one is looking for a fully functional and affordable bookshelf speaker, and rightly so.
Finding the right bookshelf speaker can be a tough nut to crack, mainly because not all speakers offer the right balance of sound efficiency and functionality like the Edifier P12 passive bookshelf speakers.
Looking to get an incredible bookshelf speaker for your home? If so, it could be the Fluance SX6WH. If you’re like me, you don’t readily get impressed by a sleek designed speaker, which looks like it just came out of the set of Star Trek.
When selecting a pair of speakers for your home, sound quality is a major factor; however, an even bigger factor is size. This ELAC Debut 2.0 B6.2 review will get you acquainted with the ELAC brand and their bookshelf speakers and will also tell you why these speakers are a smart choice.
Like every other audiophile, the allure of large floor-standing speakers is always an attraction. But, alas, space constraints mean there’s only so much space to dedicate to a set of speakers.
The good news, as you will find in this Klipsch RP-160m review, is there are alternatives to the traditional floor-standing speakers. The Klipsch RP-160M offers you the same sound quality with a smaller footprint.
If you enjoy throwing parties but have limited space, then going for traditional floor-standing loudspeakers is not the best idea.
If you need a pair of speakers that serve their purpose (well) and do not get in the way after everybody’s gone, the Pioneer SP-BS22-LR is an excellent alternative to the floor-standing speaker variety.
Large speakers can give you excellent sound quality, but not all of us have space nor the budget to afford one, let alone a set of speakers. Keeping that in mind, compact, bookshelf speakers offer a convenient alternative to the large, floor-standing speakers and also give you a decent amount of sound (provided you’ve made the right choice).
In this review, I’ll take a look at the Kanto TUK pair of speakers from Kanto Audio, a brand that’s no stranger in the budget-priced speaker niche.