Microlab B77 2.0 Bookshelf Speakers, 48W RMS - £26.93 (used very good) @ Amazon Warehouse Deals
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Microlab B77 2.0 Bookshelf Speakers, 48W RMS - £26.93 (used very good) @ Amazon Warehouse Deals

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Found 19th Aug 2015
'Item will come repackaged. Trial offers may be expired. Item has no cosmetic imperfections.'
Item is in original packaging, but packaging is damaged.

... So I assume they were just in damaged boxes.

Been shopping around for some bookshelf speakers and came across these in the warehouse deals. Not powerful enough for me but should be decent enough for those who don't need masses of bass! They should be far more balanced compared a cheap set of 2.1 PC speakers IMO.

Clear and powerful stereo bookshelf speaker system with excellent speaker drivers. Ideal for music / movie entertainment and multimedia applications. Great sound from specially design wooden cabinets that entertains you in most occasions. Features bass and treble controls for your preferred sound effects. Perfect sound every time from your music playbacks and for your perfect entertainment. Uncolored audio, precise position, high resolution and depth with Microlab own audio technology and design.

Features
• Bookshelf stereo speaker system
• Wood cabinet for warm sound effects
• Bass reflex tunnel design for deeper bass
• Full range sound system, ideal for most digital playback devices
• Front master volume and rear bass/treble controls
• Terminal speaker connection for professional sound connection

Amplifier specs
Output power 48, Watt RMS
Power distribution (14+10)x2, Watt
Harmonic distortion 0,3, % (1Watt, 1kHz)
Frequency response 55-20 000, Hz
Signal/Noise ratio 70, dB
Separation 52, dB
Speakers specs
Tweeter driver type 0,75,
Tweeter rated power 10, Watt
Bass driver type 4,
Bass rated power 15, Watt
Material MDF
Color light wood
Interfaces
Output terminals
Input 2RCA
Auxilliary 2RCA
Dimensions
Satellites 154 x 266 x 221, mm
Product Net weight 5.6, kg

3 Comments

Original Poster

KitGuru Review

8/10

Pros:
Decent sound quality.
Plenty of volume.
Solid build quality.

Cons:
Bass and Treble dials are not easily reachable.
Lacks the bass response that a 2.1 system would provide.
Will take up quite a bit of desk space.

KitGuru Says: If you can grab them for under £50, then I would say that the Microlab B-77 speakers are worth buying.

http://i.imgur.com/Jasock0.jpg


Edited by: "mamboboy" 19th Aug 2015

These look good. Do you know what kind of amplifier would you need to run them on a PC? A regular AV amp seems a bit much

Original Poster

notos

These look good. Do you know what kind of amplifier would you need to run … These look good. Do you know what kind of amplifier would you need to run them on a PC? A regular AV amp seems a bit much


They are active so just need to be plugged in using the RCA to 3.5mm AUX cable it comes with. No amp required
Edited by: "mamboboy" 19th Aug 2015
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