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0C18OU7ZO2M735 Edifier p17 passive bookshelf audio system – 2-way speakers with built-in wall-mount bracket – perfect for five. 1, 7. 1 or 11. 1 side/rear surround setup – pair – desires amplifier or receiver to perform

(8 customer reviews)

$99.99 $89.99

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  • receiver or amplifier required – connect an amplifier or receiver to strength those speakers in your taste. Naked twine or banana inputs. Speaker wires protected.
  • nomex diaphragm motive force – deep and punchy bass response with the four-inch nomax diaphragm motive force and a bass reflex port. 6 ohm impedance
  • silk dome tweeters – high first-rate 19mm (three/4 inch) tweeters reproduces crisp clean treble with plenty element
  • 2 12 months guarantee – guaranteed high great and reliability with problem-unfastened parts and exertions guarantee for two years in america and canada.

Availability: 833 in stock

product description

Product Dimensions

6.61, x, 5.04, x, 9.37, inches

Item Weight

9.46, pounds

ASIN

B07NT6YN1L

Item model number

P17

Customer Reviews

4.6, out, of, 5, stars, 358, ratings, 4.6, out, of, 5, stars

Best Sellers Rank

#21, 838, in, Electronics, (See, Top, 100, in, Electronics), #39, in, Ceiling, &, In-Wall, Speakers

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer

No

Date First Available

July, 16, 2018

Manufacturer

Edifier

8 reviews for 0C18OU7ZO2M735 Edifier p17 passive bookshelf audio system – 2-way speakers with built-in wall-mount bracket – perfect for five. 1, 7. 1 or 11. 1 side/rear surround setup – pair – desires amplifier or receiver to perform

  1. SBulls57

    First, I just want to say that I’m COMPLETELY happy with my purchase! I got much more for my $$ than I really expected. I’ve been an “audiophile” (OK, self-proclaimed) for many years and outside of a couple pairs of another brand of speakers (start with a ‘B’ and one pair I’ve had since 1982!!) I’ve never been as satisfied with a pair of speakers. I’ve spent a LOT more money but these babies are simply awesome. Setup was a snap (what’s so difficult about setting up a pair of bookshelf speakers???) and I was enthralled with the first notes they produced. Shoot, these would be a great buy at regular price! But since I got them for 30% off, I’m really loving them!! Seriously. Great speakers, nice and heavy, solid as rocks, clear highs, nice “moving” lows. They’re the perfect speaker for some great jazz like Oli Silk. They’re a perfect speaker for my study. I’ve been watching and waiting for the opportunity to purchase these and now that I have, I’m thinkin’ I shoulda done so a long time ago!!Thanks for the great speakers!! And Amazon, thanks for offering them at such a great price!Happily Listening…Read more

  2. Mark Perry

    I bought these to use as near field monitors. I’m driving them with a Fosi Audio TDA7498E amp. I ran pink noise through them, then used a flat mic and RTA to get a frequency response curve. They need a little EQ boost in the mid-range, probably around the crossover frequency, but the low end and high end match Edifier’s specs. I challenge anyone to find speakers sounding so flat and full in this price range.Read more

  3. Li Ma

    I was looking for a replacement for my Micca MB42x for rear surrounds in my home theater and I was hoping these would fit the bill.Pros:* Front-ported for placement near walls* Look really nice* Decent bass extensionCons:* Extremely inefficient, I’d estimate the efficiency at around 80~82 dB / W* A ton of cabinet area is “wasted” by the trim, making the cabinet not as large as it could be for its physical size.Ultimately, I decided to stick with my Micca MB42xs, as the P17s reached only very slightly deeper, but were significantly less efficient.Read more

  4. Dave S.

    It’s all about “Location, location, location!” 90+ percent of performance or sound quality ‘problems’ and displeasure come from speaker misplacement. If you have a decent set of speakers, such as these, take a little time to understand how to position them for your environment and play around with placement. You will find the sweet spots and be sonically rewarded.These are handsome speakers with a decently unbiased (read flat) response. Lush projection and immersive soundstage for such a small footprint.10-20 years ago you would have had to purchase something in the prosumer category to get *quality* room-filling sound like these provide.The speakers feel solid and weighty. They are missing a hint of the upper-mid range to my ear, but nothing too noticeable and it’s to be expected.Overall I am very pleased with these. I have them hooked up to a vintage Pioneer bookshelf component system and they get louder than I want ( and I like them loud) just past the 1/4 mark on the volume dial. I almost bought a comparable sized pair of Klipsch bookshelf speakers but I’m glad I went with these.Because the bass driver is only ~4”, they don’t hit the really low bass notes in some hip-hop or other bass-heavy music which is to be expected, but still sound good. They really shine for classic rock, alternative rock, jazz, symphony, ambient.Read more

  5. OlderWiserReader

    These speakers are very small, so as you might expect, the bass end falls off but mid-range and treble are quite clear and, of course, dominate the sound. I am into low volume easy listening and I go for depth and clarity and with these, the mid-high range is quite good (gets an A-). But even with “elevator-type” music, the bass (subtle as it is for my listening needs) is just too dim, muddled – actually, even with turning up the bass volume. Ability to pick up on individual instruments (in its functional range) is above average, though. Important in today’s digitized instrumental music.So, you’ll either need a sub-woofer with these or, as I will do, just use these with my subsequently purchased higher end three way speakers which have a 15″ woofer. (My old 3 ways were great in the bass range but lacked clarity in the treble department, so I presume these speakers should be a remedy for that). Sub woofers, in my experience are too inefficient such that, even at low output (volume) they tend to overwhelm everything else.These speakers are very sensitive to placement and aim. So experiment with that before you decide whether they fill your needs or not. They throw a good deal of sound, btw, without much distortion, so are suitable for a large room – surprising given their size.Read more

  6. Billy Bear

    These are small bookshelf speakers that require a power amplifier. I have them hooked up to a stereo amp that puts out about 30 watts per channel into 6 ohm speakers such as these. It’s a good match. The speakers are very attractive and solidly built. The frequency response appears to be as advertised. I’m very pleased. The speakers are not rated for high power, so I suggest using them for moderate volume listening. I think you’ll like them.Read more

  7. PCWW

    First, a moron can connect these speakers to an amp. Thank goodness my amp had a direct wire connect. For those who have RCA plugs you may have to buy those but no big deal.I spend a ton of time at my computer and finally upgraded the upgraded Logitech on my new Dell which included a sub woofer. I bought a $30 Kinter amp also from Amazon and the duo is fifty times better than the Logitech.Like the idea they are unpowered. Seems to me, no expert, sound is crystal clear.Read more

  8. Eric

    There is enough thump for a good size room to hear. Vibrant sound, easy to use.Read more

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