Boston Acoustics A 26 Bookshelf Speakers

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A 26

  • Frequency Range (±3dB): 51Hz – 25kHz
  • Recommended Amplifier: 10 – 150 watts
  • Sensitivity: 89dB [SPL/2.8V at 1m]
  • Nominal Impedance: 8 ohms
  • Crossover Frequency: 2,400Hz

User Reviews (4)

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steve   Audio Enthusiast [Jun 18, 2013]

150-200$ price is really good for this speaker. sound quality is little bit better than my wharfedale 10.1, but make is not as good as 10.1. a decent speaker stand is necessary to produce a good soundstage. worth to buy for budget systems.

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frank   Audio Enthusiast [May 21, 2013]

well balanced and dynamic, good spatial separation. however, compared with a sennheiser hd600 headphone, it is little bit lack of tone color for midrange. this can be solved by changing capacitors of the speaker crossover part.

good speakers for its price.

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jay   Audio Enthusiast [May 18, 2013]

this is my first american brand speaker, quite surprised with its sound when paired with a marantz pm 6004. not typical american sound as i always thought, but also still not euro sound style (compared with my old tannoy 615). good for chamber music, especially for piano solo.



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Phil   Audio Enthusiast [Jan 27, 2012]

Listening to these speakers you are amazed at the large sound being produced = if you did not see them you will swear they were floor standers so good is the bass = they have good imaging and sound absolutely great = well done Ken Isiwata

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