Klipsch B-10 Bookshelf Speakers

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(image: Klipsch) Klipsch B-10 Bookshelf Speakers (Pair) | US$tba | www.klipsch.com

if you are a music connoisseur who appreciate good sound reproduction from a small package, then this pair of B-10 Bookshelf Speakers from Klipsch should appeal to you. note that i said, ‘small’ and not tiny cos’ i believe there’s a limit to how small a real music connoisseur would accept for a balance between the physical size of the speaker and it’s music reproduction quality. within its timeless black ash vinyl enclosure is a high frequency Tractix horned .75-inch aluminum diaphragm compression driver, a 4-inch flush-mounted horn fascia and woofer and a rear-firing port sits above its single binding posts. the latter two allows for a tighter bass reproduction and reduce front-baffle distortion for better sound imaging, dynamics and accuracy. each speaker delivers 50W RMS and 200W of peak power. the B-10 configuration allows for it to serve as a left, right, center or surround speaker without being overly obtrusive, while still delivering the sound that discerning listeners expect. no word on its price at this point in time but the B-10 Bookshelf Speakers are expected to be available soon exclusively via Klipsch.com. more images and a table of specifications follows after the break.
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SPECIFICATIONS OF KLIPSCH B-10 BOOKSHELF SPEAKERS

  • BUILT FROM: 2011
  • CROSSOVER FREQUECY: 2250Hz
  • DEPTH: 7.5″ (19.1cm)
  • ENCLOSURE TYPE: Bass-reflex via one rear-firing port
  • ENCLOSURE TYPE: Bass-reflex via rear-firing port
  • FINISH: Black Ash vinyl
  • FREQUENCY RESPONSE: 64Hz-23KHz ± 3dB
  • HEIGHT: 9.75″ (24.8cm)
  • HIGH FREQUENCY DRIVER: .75″ (1.9cm) Aluminum diaphragm compression driver
  • INPUTS: Single binding posts
  • LOW FREQUENCY DRIVER: 4″ (10.2cm) IMG woofer
  • NOMINAL IMPEDANCE: 8 ohms compatible
  • POWER HANDLING: 50W RMS / 200 Peak
  • SENSITIVITY: 90dB @ 2.83V / 1m
  • WEIGHT: 7.13lbs (3.2kg)
  • WIDTH: 5.88″ (14.9cm)

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2 Comments

  1. Waiting for these. B-20 too expensive for me. I will get 2 x B-10 to use in stereo for my new computer.

    1. B-10 sure looks promising but i am not sure what’s Klipsch’s definition of ‘without breaking your bank’. though i sure hope they are really that affordable so that i can replace my vintage B&W.

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