Bookshelf speakers can prove to be a great option for people who want to build a home theatre system but don’t want to invest in floor standing speakers. Bookshelf speakers are smaller than floor standing ones but offer a pretty good sound experience. With a pair of bookshelf speakers set optimally in the room, you can ensure that your audio experience is just the way you like it. Since these speakers are passive, you will need to invest in a good amplifier to make the most of them if you don’t have one already. Check out these four awesome passive bookshelf speakers that you can pair with an amplifier.
The Polk Audio T15 bookshelf speakers come with magnetically shielded enclosures that help ensure a reduction in any distortion from devices to deliver audio clarity. The speakers are equipped with a 5-1/4-inch woofer and a 3/4inch silk/polymer composite tweeter to give you a detailed sound experience. These speakers are ideal for those looking to enhance their music listening or home theatre experience. The speakers also come with a keyhole slot for wall mounting.
The Yamaha NS-333 Bookshelf Speakers offer a sound output of 60Watts, with a maximum sound output of 120Watts. These speakers weigh 11.6kg. Each speaker has a 13cm PMD woofer cone and a 2.5cm aluminium tweeter dome with Waveguide horn. The speakers have a 60 Hz-35 kHz frequency response. They weigh 5.5kg per speaker. If you are looking to build a home theatre, you can consider these speakers.
While size is not always an indicator of performance, it certainly is an important parameter to consider when you’re looking for speakers that can fit on a shelf. For this purpose, know that the Dali Zensor Pico speaker is compact. Additionally, it weighs 6.2kg, which makes it a good bet for shelves. It comes with four-layer voice coils that should ensure that movie dialogues can be heard correctly. These speakers are ideal as front speaker in a 2.1 surround set-up or as front and back speaker in combination with the Zensor Pico Vokal in a 5.1 home theatre setup. The Zensor Pico features a 4.5-inch woofer giving you decent bass.
The Taga Harmony speaker is equipped with a 1-inch Titanium tweeter. It also packs a 6.5-inch woofer for low end frequencies. The build of the speakers is quite nice and sturdy, which should ensure durability. They also have an elegant design. The speakers are fairly small, making them appropriate for placing on a shelf.
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