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Bookshelf speakers use small to medium cabinets. Their size makes them perfect for compact hifi, turntable or TV setups.
Bookshelf speakers use small to medium cabinets. Their size makes them perfect for compact hifi, turntable or TV setups.Despite their name, they can also be placed on stands, wall mounts or sideboards and often appear in large surround sound home cinema systems. Available in both active or passive designs, get fast delivery, money-back guarantee, and competitive warranty at AV.com.
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Bookshelf speakers are a type of small-medium sized loudspeaker. Their design make them suitable to be placed nearly anywhere you like, except directly on the floor. Common setups include on speaker stands, cabinets or tables. Just because they are called ‘bookshelf speakers’ does not mean they have to go on bookshelves.
Bookshelf speakers are considered good for music. They have been a standard listening device since the domestic adoption of HiFi in the 1960s. Whether you’re listening to vinyl records or digital streaming platforms, bookshelf speakers take up less space whilst still achieving accurate music reproduction.
Bookshelf speakers offer improved sound quality when compared to soundbars. This is because their drivers are larger and generally made out of higher quality materials. They also offer a true stereo listening experience with a dedicated left and right channel, whereas soundbars are limited to a central box. They can, however, be more expensive and harder to set up.