Boston Acoustics A 25 - Altavoces de Estantería A25 Negro Lacado Pareja
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- Descripción del producto: Boston Acoustics a 25
- Anchura: 183 mm
- Profundidad: 225 mm
- Altura: 270 mm
- Uso recomendado: Speaker Set Unit
- Colocación de los auriculares: parte superior de mesa/estante de libros
- Posición de los auriculares: ante
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Descripción del producto
Altura: 270 mm
Ancho: 183 mm
Color del producto: Negro
Divisor de frecuencia: 2400 Hz
Diámetro del tweeter: 2,54 cm (1")
Diámetro del woofer (imperial): 13,3 cm (5.25")
Interruptor de encendido/apagado integrado: No
Número de altavoces: 2
Número de controladores de tweeter: 1
Número de controladores de woofer: 1
Número de dispositivos: 2
Número de productos incluidos: 2 pieza(s)
Obstrucción: 8 Ω
Operado remotamente: No
Peso: 4,6 kg
Posición del altavoz: Frente
Potencia estimada RMS: 150 W
Profundidad: 225 mm
Rango de frecuencia: 55 - 25000 Hz
Sensibilidad: 87 dB
Tecnología de conectividad: Alámbrico
Tipo de altavoces: De 2 vías
Tipo de interfaz de bocina: Terminal
Ubicación de bocina: Mesa/estante
Uso recomendado: Set de altavoces
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I would rank them as follows (cost in parenthesis):
Boston Acoustics A25 (three hundred)
PSB Alpha B1 (three hundred)
SVS SB-02 - discontinued (one fifty)
JBL ES30BK (two hundred)
Infinity Primus 163K (one sixty)
Klipsch RB 51-II (three hundred) shrill highs, muddy metallic bass
Polk Tsi100 (one fifty) tinny, like the sound was coming out of tin cans
I'm not sure if a speaker "break-in period" would have made a difference, but the Polk and Klipsch models did not sound good to me right out of the box. As soon as I heard them I knew I would return them.
I could have lived with the Infinity and JBL speakers, but after a couple weeks of side by side listening (using A/B speakers on a 70 w Denon receiver), the Boston Acoustics A25s clearly sounded better to me. I later auditioned the PSB Alpha B1s and found that even though they seemed more accurate than the A25s, I liked the sound of the A25s better. The A25's have nice smooth highs and a punchy (not boomy) bass. I would still use a subwoofer with them, but they don't scream out for one. Clearly the winner of the group for me.
Sound is subjective and all of these speakers are rated 5 stars overall by their owners, but having them to audition side by side really highlights the differences in sound for each. Return shipping got expensive, but I enjoyed doing my own listening tests.
One word of advice, if you plan to audition several models like I did, I would check Crutchfield and order any that have the same price as Amazon from them (most will be more expensive). Amazon charges the full freight for return shipping while Crutchfield only charges a flat ten dollars.
I Have them on top of non-use speakers on top of adam hall acoustic foam pads.
Adam Hall PAD ECO Series SPADECO2 Monitor Isolation Pad
I was using PA-8C's ( premier acoustic ) LCR's on my desk standing vertically but I Found the tweeter was hurting my ears at higher volumes, The PA-8C speaker I Believe is more meant for Living room style setup, nothing against that speaker- just not great for in your face desk distance listening.
with the DCD design I believe the A25 Boston Acoustics speaker makes a great desk near distance or sitting back further distance listening speaker. It doesn't hurt my ears at higher levels in comparison with the PA-8C. in comparison they use different tweeters.
-The DCD also makes it so you don't have to turn it up as far to get more bass.
--''Woofer Design Reduces Distortion
Each A Series 5-1/4-inch woofer uses Deep Channel Design (DCD) magnet structures to deliver more bass from less amplifier power,'' - which in my setup is perfect.
5 - stars
-I sort of don't like the reflective gloss, but oh well, they sound amazing.
-note: there's plastic protective cover on the sides and on the front. you can remove all of it not just the front. It's a pain to get the sides off, I Couldn't think of a different(easier) way of getting it off except using my finger nail, carefully.
I'm thinking I Might get the A 225C =
Boston Acoustics A 225C Dual 5.25-Inch Woofer Two-Way Center Channel Speaker (Each, Gloss Black)
but I'm not sure how I'd set it up above my display would I flip it upsidown so the tweeter is lower or keep it right side up???