Cambridge Audio Minx Min 22 Bookshelf Satellite (Each) Speaker with 4th Generation BMR Technology (Black)
HUGE SOUND, COMPACT DESIGN - Minx MIN 22 are small at only 6 inches tall and 3 inches wide. But even with their small stature, they dont sacrifice sound quality. That means you can enjoy powerful hi-fi quality speakers in even the smallest spaces.
Minx MIN 22 is a small bookshelf speaker with pretty big sound for a small package. Its two Balanced Mode Radiator (BMR) drivers deliver crisp, detailed sound at high and low volumes. The BMRs disperse sound more widely than conventional drivers, which give pinpoint accuracy and offer extraordinary detail at low and high volumes. The speakers also sound great in stereo, with rich bass and sparkling highs. The BMRs also extend the speakers range, making them well suited for placement on tabletops or shelves. The speakers have an impressive 2-ohm impedance, so they're compatible with a wide range of amplifiers, receivers, and sound bars. They're also very easy to set up, and you can use your smartphone to control volume, play or pause, and mute the speakers or turn them on and off.
EASY TO INSTALL For the professional or do-it-yourselfer, the Minx C46 ceiling speaker's small size makes it quick to install. The grilles can be painted to blend seamlessly into your homes dcor.
The Cambridge Minx C46 are a wonderfully compact, lightweight set of speakers. They offer a surprisingly wide frequency response, and they produce surprisingly deep, rich bass. The speakers are paintable, so you can put them where you want, and they don't take up much room. The grilles can be removed, but we wouldn't recommend it, as they'll block much of the sound. The speakers are quite loud, and you can comfortably listen to music at moderate volumes. The speakers also sound good at higher volumes, and the distortion is low enough that you don't notice much loss of clarity. The Minx C46 are an excellent choice for anyone who wants unobtrusive speakers that sound great.
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The AeroMax 2 bookshelf speakers from Cambridge Audio are an upgraded version of their popular AeroMax speakers. Both AeroMax and AeroMax 2 use BMR (balanced mid/range driver) technology, which is a proprietary design by Cambridge Audio. The BMR driver is a 3.5-inch cone driver with a 1-inch voice coil. The AeroMax 2 has a better cabinet design than the AeroMax, with thicker, more rigid side panels and a stronger, sturdier base. The BMR driver is built into the speaker's cabinet, which helps to reduce resonance and improve audio performance. The AeroMax 2 also has improved crossover network, with smoother transitions between bass and midrange frequencies. In addition, the crossover network in the AeroMax 2 is designed by Cambridge Audio's advanced engineering team, and they've tweaked the crossover settings to improve audio performance. The AeroMax 2 speakers have an improved speaker terminal design, too, which makes it easier to connect the speaker to your receiver. The speaker also has better speaker wire terminals, which makes it easier to connect to speaker wire. The AeroMax 2 bookshelf speakers are brighter and more detailed than the AeroMax speakers. The speakers also sound more natural, and the bass response of the speakers is tighter and more precise. The speakers also have better imaging and soundstage than the AeroMax speakers. The AeroMax 2 speakers have a wide frequency range, and they deliver accurate audio performance across a range of musical genres. The speakers have excellent clarity, and they have a natural-sounding midrange. The speakers are also versatile, and you can use them for music, movies, and gaming. The speakers have a sleek, minimalist design, and they look stylish and modern. The speakers also have narrow, compact speakers, so they'll fit on most bookshelves. The speakers have a smooth, black, gloss finish, so they'll blend seamlessly with most decor. The speakers have versatile controls, and you can use the control knobs to adjust the volume, switch the speakers on and off, and adjust the bass response. The speakers have a built-in digital optical cable, so you can connect the speakers to a television or receiver. The speakers have input terminals for 2-way and 3-way speaker wire, so you can use the speakers with speaker wire. The speakers have RCA input terminals, so you can use the speakers with analog audio devices.
CUSTOM WOOFER FOR STRONGER BASS The 5.25" mid-bass driver delivers smooth audio across frequencies, and the powerful, efficient woofer pumps deep bass with less draw on your amp.
Cambridge Audio is one of the best-known names in home audio, and its SX-50 bookshelf speakers are one of the most affordable ways to experience its sound quality. These speakers are a great pair for any PC or game console, offering one of the best-sounding sets of computer speakers we've tested. The SX50s deliver clear, punchy sound with deep bass, even at high volumes. The speakers sound best when the volume is just right, so you may need to experiment to find the right level for your setup. The speakers are also compact, so they'll fit easily on a bookshelf or desk. The bass isn't as deep or powerful as that of the more powerful speakers in our roundup, such as the Polk Audio SurroundBar, but it's plenty enough for most gamers and movie fans. The speakers lack a subwoofer, so they won't be ideal for creating a surround sound experience, but they still deliver decent bass for movies and music. The speakers' compact design and lightweight feel make them highly portable, so they're ideal for those who want high-quality sound without a large footprint.
SOUND FIRST DESIGN Engineered by Cambridge Audio, the SX60 speakers reproduce your favorite music with incredible passion and detail. Focused on audio bang-for-buck, these speakers deliver performance without any unneeded features.
The Cambridge Audio SX-60 bookshelf speakers are one of the most affordable bookshelf speakers we tested: They're not only inexpensive, but they're also considerably better than their price and sound quality would lead you to believe. They sound very good, and they deliver clear, detailed sound, even at higher volumes. They fill a room with sound, and they produce deep, punchy bass. The SX-60s also have a clean and neutral sound, which makes them ideal for playing music from a broad range of genres, from rock to classical to jazz to hip-hop. The SX-60s also have noticeably good treble response: They don't sound harsh, and their high frequencies are crisp and natural. The SX-60s also have surprisingly good imaging, which is rare for speakers of this size: The speakers reproduce sound accurately and with depth. The SX-60s also are surprisingly clear. The speakers produce clean, clear sound even in a small room, and they don't require much power to produce good sound: They're loud enough to fill a large room with sound, but they aren't powerful enough to distort if you turn up the volume too high. The SX-60s are also surprisingly durable: They're built well, and they don't show much signs of wear and tear.
SOUND FIRST DESIGN Engineered by Cambridge Audio, the SX70 speaker reproduces your fa-vorite music with incredible passion and detail. Focused on audio bang-for-buck, this speaker delivers performance without unneeded features.
If you're building a home entertainment system and can't afford to spend a fortune, the Cambridge Audio SX70 is a terrific place to start. This center speaker has nice, clean sound, and it's affordably priced, making it a great match for the speakers in our other recommended packages. The SX70's 4-inch woofers produce nice, punchy bass, but its small size means that its sound is anemic when paired with bookshelf or bookshelf-standmount speakers. It's a bit better when used with floorstanding speakers. The SX70's 1-inch silk tweeter sounds a bit thin and tinny, and its sound is muddy and muffled at high volumes. The SX70's 85dB sensitivity rating is on the lower end for home theater speakers, and its frequency response is only 65Hz to 20kHz, so it isn't well-suited for music. The SX70 lacks a subwoofer output, so you can't combine it with a subwoofer, and it uses an ordinary RCA input, so you can't connect it to a home theater receiver.
PERFECT FOR ANY FLOOR The spiked feet allow for sturdy use on any carpeted floor and come with rubber protective tips for tile or hardwood.
The Cambridge Audio Minx 600P floor stands are solid, stylish stands that adjust from 27.75 to 43.5 inches, making them perfect for most rooms. The stands feature integrated cable management, allowing you to pull the wire through the hollow tube for a clean, wire-free look. The stands are sturdy, and come with rubber pads on the bottom to protect your floors. The stands are made of high-lacquer painted steel and UV bonded tempered glass for a sturdy, contemporary design that will work in any room. The Minx 600P stands are compatible with the Cambridge Audio MinxMIN10,MIN12,MIN20, andMIN22 satellite speakers. Overall, the stands are solid, stylish, and work well, but they come with a higher price tag than many other stands.
Cambridge Audio Minx Min 12 Bookshelf Satellite (Each) Speaker with 4th Generation BMR Technology (Black)
HUGE SOUND, COMPACT DESIGN - Minx Min 12 is only 3 inches tall and 3 inches wide. But even with their small stature, they dont sacrifice sound quality. That means you can enjoy powerful hi-fi quality speakers in even the smallest spaces.
The Cambridge Audio Minx Min 12 Bookshelf Satellite Speaker (Each) with 4th Generation BMR Technology (Black) presents the best combination of sound, design, and value among portable Bluetooth speakers of this size. The speaker has a clean, simple look, and the sound excels both at high volumes and at lower volumes. The speaker also has excellent bass response, and while most portable speakers sacrifice bass for portability, the Minx Min 12 delivers punch and depth. The speaker's small size and portability make it a great choice for lounging around the house or on the patio, and it also has the added benefit of being able to connect to multiple devices at once. The audio quality of Minx Min 12 is exceptional for a speaker of this size, and for something so portable, the audio quality is very impressive. The speaker has 4 distinct modes: Home, Party, Party Pause, and Outdoor. The Home mode ensures that the audio quality is loud and clear, while the Party mode boosts the bass and treble, and Party Pause mutes the speaker. The Outdoor mode is designed to minimize audio distortion as the speaker is placed outdoors, and the sound quality is quite good in this mode. The speaker also has Bluetooth 4.1, and though the sound quality is a bit worse than when the speaker is connected to your device over Bluetooth, its still very good. The speaker also has a range of up to 33 feet, which is excellent for this type of speaker. The speaker also has three EQ settings: Standard, Bass Boost, and Treble Boost. The speaker also has a built-in microphone.
LARGER WOOFER CROSSOVER WITH ADJUSTABLE TWEETER The 6.5-inch woofer and 1-inch tweeter provide an ideal, rich response across low to high frequencies. Unique pivoting tweeter gives ultimate control of sound projection.
The Cambridge Audio C165 in-ceiling speaker has a well-balanced sound that spreads out well, so it's better suited to larger rooms. The speaker's midrange is clean and detailed, and the highs and bass are good, too. It handles bass frequencies well, and the highs are crisp without being overly harsh. The speaker's moderate bass response means you'll probably want to use it with a separate subwoofer, but at this price it's hard to beat. The C165's sound is well suited for most music and movie genres, and it's loud enough for most users. The speaker's construction is better than most, and its 9.4-inch diameter is small enough that it won't take up much space, but big enough that you won't feel cramped. The speaker's 3.8-inch depth also makes it suitable for recessed applications, and the speaker's paintable finish makes it easy to match your decor. The C165's remote control is handy, but it's small, so it's best used if you're sitting close to the speaker. The C165's remote control is also pretty difficult to operate, so don't expect to use it while you're sitting across the room. Overall, the Cambridge Audio C165 in-ceiling speaker is a terrific choice for music lovers and movie buffs.