Cambridge Soundworks Classic Series Model Seventeen Bookshelf Speakers

Classic Series Model Seventeen

  • 5 1/4" long-throw acoustic suspension woofer
  • 5/8" polycarbonate dome tweeter

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some guy   Audio Enthusiast [Mar 02, 2008]
Strength:

they actually sound wonderful at lower volumes, bass is about what you would expect from a small woofer, treble is nice for a tweeter that most likely costs $10 to replace, im sure the crossover is a good design at least 12db/octave.

Weakness:

none for the price.

paid $50 with shipping, best $50 i ever spent. buy these brand new at $70+ shipped and compare to anything in that price range, double even, and i bet they cant be beat!!! i put these up against my b&w 601's and kef q15's, the model 17's will lose against my much more pricey speakers, but only buy a bit, and dont forget that the kef's are $200+ and the b&w's are $350+. the bass isnt anything serious and as far as spl's go, not very loud, but if you are looking for a great overall sounding bookshelf speaker for your den or office, than i highly recommend you get these instead of some crappy brand from your local best buy type store.

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
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