ELAC Debut 2.0 B5.2 Bookshelf Speakers, Black (Pair)

£189.10

  • Easy-to-drive 6-Ohm nominal impedance – Compatible with nearly all AV receivers and stereo amplifiers
  • 5-1/4″ woven aramid fiber bass driver and 1″ soft-dome tweeter delivers deep impactful bass and smooth extended highs for both movies and music.
  • Front Firing Ports – Allows for greater flexibility in room placement – even up against a wall.
  • 46Hz – 35kHz frequency response – Ensures a wide range of accurately reproduced sound.
  • Thick MDF cabinet with internal bracing – The speaker cabinet has specially designed internal bracing reducing unwanted cabinet vibration.
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  1. 08

    by Amazon Customer

    If these speakers were £400 I’d still say they were a bargain for the overall quality.

    At circa £230, they are frankly ridiculous value for money.

  2. 08

    by Brizer

    Was looking for a pair of quality speakers to replace a pair of Polk RT5’s which had seen better days Having read various reviews on various brands was eventually impressed by a guy called Andrew Jones & his Elac range of speakers which I believe are exclusively designed by him His demos on U Tube were quite impressive so I took the plunge & bought a pair They are not run in yet but I can envisage the sound quality to come , they are superb , the vocals are really outstanding I am actually hearing details & sounds that I’ve not heard before on my albums For somewhere around £250 you get an amazing soundscape from these speakers Trust me folks you will not be disappointed —- Tip if you happen to like well produced atmospheric music do yourself a favour & listen to Pocupine Trees Voyage 34 album or Up The Downstair — immense !!!! So take a bow Andrew Jones !

  3. 08

    by I. A. Peden

    These speakers are excellent when playing gut wrenching classical string quartets, eg , the Mendelssohn op80 quartet played by the Ebene Quartet! These speakers are for real cut wrenching, almost unpleasant, painful , music, composed by manic depressives for manic depressives. They are not good at reproducing soft smooth classical symphonies. The very edginess is amplified when, as here, played through a Marantz Pm 6007.
    Speakers for a wiry , emotionally uncomfortable experience………….covid on a wet sunday afternoon.

  4. 08

    by NDH

    Hello, not an audio expert just your average listener so these review won’t be overly technical. First off, 1st rate next day delivery from AudioVisual Online. So have paired them with the Yamaha WXA 50 and placed them on isolation pads. Streaming high resolution music, playing CD or vinyl and have to admit the sound is phenomenal. As a guy of a certain age quality outweighs decibels but have given them some wellie and jeez they are loud and distortion free. A previous reviewer suggested a subwoofer wasn’t needed. I’ve tried them with and without, but as my personal preference I think they are even more impressive with that addition. All in all I’m very impressed and happy with this purchase.

  5. 08

    by J. Palmer

    As my old speakers were over 40 years old, I thought it was time to replace them. I didn’t wnt to spend a fortune, but also didn’t want to buy without some idea of what I was buying, so I checked the best budget speakers list on the What Hi-fi site. These came out with glowing specs and were the right size for my wife’s consent… 😉 I plugged them in and switched on. Silence. A good start. I then tried a vinyl copy of an Ozric Tentacles album and was amazed at the clarity of sound and the separation of the instruments. Over the next couple of days, I’ve played folk-rock, prog-rock, classical, folk, world and choral music on both vinyl and CD through them and the speakers have handled them all beautifully! As they wear in, I fully expect even better sound from them, but straight out of the box they give a very comfortable listening experience. No sonic fatigue here! If they were damaged or stolen, I’d buy them again with no delay. For the money, it’s hard to think of anything better!

  6. 08

    by Ian Webster

    Great sound from these speakers, excellent tone and deep bass. Definitely recommend.

  7. 08

    by A. Preston

    These speakers are surprisingly good for the money. I’ve compared them against a pair costing 4 times as much and whilst I’d say they aren’t as good they aren’t far off. They have a nicely balanced sound. The higher frequencies are nice and clear whilst the lower frequencies don’t boom. The midrange is nice too. I’ve tried them with 3 different amps ranging from a cheap hybrid valve amp (which was surprisingly good), a mid range class D network player/amp and a high mid range class D network player/amp. It did a nice job with all 3. I’ve tried lots of types of music ranging from Snoop Dogg to Opera and they’ve coped very nicely with that lot too. Very impressed for the money.

  8. 08

    by Adam K.

    Dont be fooled by the “Single” option in the buying section, it comes as a pair, pacakged nicely, quite the big box so expect it to be heavy due to packaging material, but the speakers themselves are quite hefty too, hooked up to a Sabaj A4 works wonders. they are fairly expensive but you will notice the difference in a cheapo set compared to this. Upgraded from the Edifier S350DB 2.1 and I do not regret it, its amazing.

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