Heybrook HB1 Bookshelf Speakers

Heybrook HB1 Bookshelf Speakers 

USER REVIEWS

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[Mar 09, 2003]
xiemark
Audio Enthusiast

Strength:

Wonderful sound. Perfect for Classic music. Perfect bass. Made in UK. Low price.

Weakness:

Weak for modern music. None for its price,

I bought this pair of speakers on the web. The reason I bought it is the price. But finally I found it is treasure for my ampifier and CD player. A bestbuy for the classic music fan!

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
[Jul 15, 2002]
Joel Siao
AudioPhile

Strength:

sensitivity is 90db and can be used as biwire

Weakness:

Impedance is only 6 ohms, and the crossover is not put on the PCB, They just used glue and mounted on the card board

Brought HB1 almost a year and used Mythos audio vacuum tube and Rotel RCD961, the highs is okey but the low is not so punchy, but playing vocals disk is good the sound is sweet. Also using for Home theatre the sound is amazing

Similar Products Used:

Tannoy MX3

OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
3
[Jun 11, 2002]
simonlovell
Audio Enthusiast

Strength:

Good Bass Good Treble Good Looks Good Price

Weakness:

None

I bought these Heybrooks for a £150 from my local dealer. Because, 1 they fitted my budget, 2 they sound really good for the price and 3 they look good. But what appeals to me is te sound that they produce at the maximum 75W per channel the bass is low - when you are listening to Hard House and the Treble is really good when listening to classical and jazz. So, if you can't afford the B&W 602 S1's go for these, don't buy the Wharfdale 6.1, 6.2 or 6.3, because none of them sound as good as these.

Similar Products Used:

Wharfdale 6.3 - crap!

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
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