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Edifier R1850DB Active Bookshelf Studio Speakers with Bluetooth £112.14 CPC Farnell
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Edifier R1850DB Active Bookshelf Studio Speakers with Bluetooth £112.14 CPC Farnell

£112.14£145.4923%CPC Farnell Deals
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Posted 7th Oct
£145.49 on ebay and £159.99 on amazon

These are well reviewed on amazon and are quite popular active (amp built into the speaker) speakers

CPC description:

The perfect blend of design and function; combining a sleek angled enclosure with subwoofer output and Bluetooth capability for dynamic entertainment.
  • Active bookshelf speakers with subwoofer output
  • Purpose built enclosure is designed at 10° angle to accurately direct sound to you
  • 100% MDF wooden enclosure minimises acoustic resonance
  • 66W RMS power output (2x 15W, 2x 18W)
  • 4" Bass drivers and 19mm silk dome tweeters
  • Bi-amplifier system with Dynamic Range Control (DRC) and Digital Signal Processing (DSP)
  • Calibrated front-facing bass reflex port
  • Bass, treble and volume controls on rear panel
  • Full function wireless remote control
  • Versatile connectivity supports Bluetooth 4.0, optical, coaxial and dual RCA inputs





Contents
Speakers, remote, speaker cable, RCA cable, 3.5mm (plug) to RCA cable, optical cable and user guide
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Good quality active speakers, connect an Amazon echo or Google mini to these and you will have a very good compact music/entertainment system, far cheaper than a Sonos set up.
Great speakers, I can recommend their range very highly
I have the R1280DBs and they have a slight rattle (even on the normal bass settings) when any heavy bass hits. I tried 3 different pairs of these but they all had the same problem. Be aware of this!
Would anyone recommend these for a tv?
I currently have a sound bar but I mostly use it for music and the soundbar just doesn't satisfy for that.
nadeem_ahmed07/10/2019 11:54

I have the R1280DBs and they have a slight rattle (even on the normal bass …I have the R1280DBs and they have a slight rattle (even on the normal bass settings) when any heavy bass hits. I tried 3 different pairs of these but they all had the same problem. Be aware of this!



There must be something wrong there. Unless you're really overdriving them. They shouldn't do that. Are they sitting properly on their feet?
heat from me!
arjun31107/10/2019 11:56

Would anyone recommend these for a tv? I currently have a sound bar but I …Would anyone recommend these for a tv? I currently have a sound bar but I mostly use it for music and the soundbar just doesn't satisfy for that.



These should work out great for a TV setup ,they're designed for situations just like that.
you compromise sound for size with a soundbar and with these you wont need a sub (although there is a subwoofer output if you really wanted to use one)
Great find OP, voted hot
nadeem_ahmed07/10/2019 11:54

I have the R1280DBs and they have a slight rattle (even on the normal bass …I have the R1280DBs and they have a slight rattle (even on the normal bass settings) when any heavy bass hits. I tried 3 different pairs of these but they all had the same problem. Be aware of this!



My R1850DBs came today and i've noticed this too

I haven't touched the treble or the base (they're at default, 0) and there's a slight buzzing noise with some tracks, the volume's not too loud.
I'm guessing this's what you were warning people about.

These sound really basey to me and the woofer moves a lot, the highs sound fine though.

Edit: maybe i commented too soon, i said this because of the song sia - chandelia where there's a weird buzzing noise throughout the track that i've never noticed before with other speakers.
Looks like i'm not the only one to notice this: reddit.com/r/a…er/
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Edited by: "loadsavmoney" 9th Oct
Could we expire please. Stock is gone & we wont be able to get more at this price.
Thanks
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