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Micca mb42x bookshelf speakers with 4-inch carbon fiber woofer and silk dome tweeter (black, pair)

(3 customer reviews)

$92.39$94.68

  • balanced woven carbon fiber woofer for more advantageous brief and impactful bass
  • high performance silk dome tweeter for clean treble and correct imaging
  • especially optimized 18db crossover with zobel network and baffle step repayment
  • ported enclosure gives you prolonged bass response with low distortion
  • dramatically converted sound signature that is rather open, balanced, and dynamic
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be aware: mb42x speakers aren’t self-powered and require an amplifier or receiver to play tune.

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micca mb42x bookshelf speakers

the micca mb42x builds at the success of the sensational mb42 with the aid of extensively elevating the overall performance bar at the same time as nevertheless taking on very little area and finances. Handsomely styled with conventional contours and updated design cues, the mb42x is straightforward to region and blends into any room or decor. Its stronger tonal stability and clarity makes it a incredible fit with a extensive range of utilization eventualities, from historical past tune to home theater.

  • dramatically transformed sound signature this is exceedingly open, balanced, and dynamic
  • impartial and accurate sound signature with awesome vocal readability
  • compact traditional layout is straightforward to area and disappears into any room or decor
  • 4-inch balanced woven carbon fiber woofer with rubber surround for greater transients. Matched ported enclosure tuning for deep and wealthy bass output.

    high overall performance 0. 75-inch silk dome tweeter. Properly incorporated driver output matching for clean treble, extensive dispersion, and correct imaging.

    notably optimized 18db/octave crossover with range topping nine factors yields a transformed sound signature that is pretty open, balanced, and dynamic.

    magnetic front grill device is simple to take off and put on. Leave them off for an extremely smooth front baffle without a grill holes to show off the exceedingly handsome drivers.

    be aware: mb42x audio system are not self-powered and require an amplifier or receiver to play track

    the mb42x starts offevolved with the stable credentials of the mb42: a compact ported enclosure housing a balanced woven carbon fiber woofer turning in more desirable transient and impactful bass, and a high overall performance silk dome tweeter for clean treble and correct imaging. New for the mb42x is a fantastically optimized 12db crossover with zobel network and baffle step compensation. The end result of painstaking satisfactory tuning through balanced software of technology and artwork, the new crossover yields a transformed sound signature this is relatively open, balanced, and dynamic. Together with full size 5-way speaker wire binding posts and hex fasteners, the mb42x has a magnetic grill device for delivered sophistication.

    listening to is believing, strive them chance unfastened in your own home together with your tune. Area the mb42x along a wall or close to a nook of the room for first-rate outcomes. They can be used on desks, e-book/wall cabinets, or on speaker stands. In case you are not in reality extremely joyful with the mb42x’s performance, actually return them for a reimbursement.

    product description

    the micca mb42x builds at the fulfillment of the sensational mb42 by way of notably elevating the performance bar even as still taking over very little area and price range. Handsomely styled with conventional contours and up to date layout cues, the mb42x is easy to region and blends into any room or decor. Its greater tonal balance and readability makes it a extremely good fit with a huge variety of utilization eventualities, from heritage song to home theater. The mb42x starts offevolved with the stable credentials of the mb42: a compact ported enclosure housing a balanced woven carbon fiber woofer handing over more desirable brief and impactful bass, and a excessive performance silk dome tweeter for clean treble and accurate imaging. New for the mb42x is a tremendously optimized 12db crossover with zobel network and baffle step repayment. The result of painstaking high-quality tuning through balanced utility of technology and artwork, the new crossover yields a transformed sound signature this is extraordinarily open, balanced, and dynamic. Along with full length five-manner speaker cord binding posts and hex fasteners, the mb42x has a magnetic grill gadget for delivered sophistication. The mb42x combines the trifecta of solid drivers, advanced crossover design, and optimized enclosure tuning at a surprisingly low price. Listening to is believing, attempt them threat loose in your home along with your tune. Place the mb42x alongside a wall or close to a corner of the room for great consequences. They can be used on desks, ebook/wall cabinets, or on speaker stands. If you aren’t simply thrilled with the mb42x overall performance, actually go back them for a refund. Micca mb42x specifications: – woofer: four” carbon fiber, rubber surround – tweeter: zero. Seventy five” silk dome – crossover: 12db/octave – enclosure: ported – frequency reaction: 60hz-20khz – impedance: 4-eight ohms – sensitivity: 85db 1w/1m – energy dealing with: seventy five watts (every) – dimensions: 9. 5″ (h) x five. 8″ (w) x 6. Five” (d)

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    Black, MB42X Advanced Bookshelf Speakers

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    MB42X Advanced Bookshelf Speakers

    3 reviews for Micca mb42x bookshelf speakers with 4-inch carbon fiber woofer and silk dome tweeter (black, pair)

    1. Erins Audio Corner

      I review speakers for my YouTube channel (Erin’s Audio Corner). For the past some-odd years the Micca MB42X has been the king of budget speakers in the audio community. I recently tested the Neumi BS5 and was very impressed with it. At the same price, I thought it made sense to test the Micca MB42X and compare the two. Both are $90/pair. That’s where the comparison ends. The Micca MB42x MKIII is a terrible speaker if you intend to listen to it as a budget audiophile speaker (or anything resembling that). There. I said it. Micca lists these “Feature Highlights” on their site: Balanced woven carbon fiber woofer for enhanced transient and impactful bass High performance silk dome tweeter for smooth treble and accurate imaging Highly optimized 9-element crossover with full 18dB/octave* alignment and compensation network Ported enclosure delivers extended bass response with low distortion Dramatically transformed sound signature that is incredibly open, balanced, and dynamic That’s a big “no” to every-single-one of the above “features”. It suffers extreme non-linearity and high distortion. While I think anyone in their right mind would know not to expect tons of output (not just bass; but overall volume) from a speaker this size, what you would expect is a semblance of linear frequency response. This speaker does not have that at all. The midrange exhibits a trough centered on ~300Hz. The difference in the midrange to upper-midrange/low-treble is nearly 5dB and then a 3dB dip from low-treble to upper-treble above 7kHz. This results in a very “hollow” sound in the midrange and rather “forward” sounding presence region followed by a lack of upper end detail and sense of space (also thanks to the increasing directivity of the tweeter). As for bass… well, there’s really not much there. But, again, it’s a small bookshelf speaker with a 4-inch mid. There is a high-Q peak centered around 115Hz but that doesn’t do much except add some unnatural ‘umph’ to kickdrums via the harmonic. But, again, since this region is down so low relative to the treble region, it doesn’t really help. Placing these speakers near a wall would help the midrange out but in doing so you just boost the overall response; meaning you also boost the trough in the midrange and the high-Q midbass bump. Plus, the rear port would be blocked killing the low end contribution it provides. Meaning that placing the speaker against a wall would be pointless. Distortion is very high below 200Hz with greater than 5% THD at typical listening levels. Above this, the distortion is anywhere from 2-3% THD in the midrange at these same listening levels. Unless you absolutely need a speaker this size, you have the ability EQ until your heart (or ears) is content and you don’t plan on listening louder than talking levels in the nearfield… don’t buy this speaker. Buy the Neumi BS5 if you’re looking for a budget set of bookshelf speakers. That’s an easy, easy decision. Comparatively, this Micca speaker isn’t even in the same ballpark. It’s not even worthy enough to hold a baseball. Buy the Neumi speaker. Read more

    2. Mono

      Can’t believe how good these are for less than $90 a pair! I have to admit, I’m not an audio file with graphs and charts of the frequency response listing dB and Hz and quite frankly I have no idea what that means. I could educate myself on these things for sure but why? I’m just a guy who loves music, movies and great sound. I let my ears be the judge for me because they are listening and enjoying, not some computer program. I don’t have the time or money to buy several speakers and set them up with listening devices and film them with my phone on Youtube and ramble on and on for 15 minutes about nonsense, unpacking the box, playing different songs and recording it as a review. I find those reviews kind of humorous because the speakers are only going to sound as good as the speakers you currently have hooked up to your computer but with that said, I watched as many of those as a baseline and I could to get a good judge on whether these speakers were worth ordering. I wish those reviews spent more time explaining how they sound rather than 90% of the worthless rambling but I do appreciate the effort overall. So here is my personal review…..I’m glad I spent the extra $30 and got the cross over version (MB42X versus the MB42) with these speakers because you can really hear the clarity of the highs and separation of the lows. This gives them an almost 3 dimensional quality. My first impression when hooked up was literally, “Wow!” Keep in mind I am using these in my office to mainly listen to music while I work at my desk so they are set up at close proximity to my listening location and in a small room of about 10′ by 15′. I don’t know how to describe the way they sound other than I was hearing things in songs (individual vocals in the background, claps, whistles and instruments, and subtle tones, etc.) that I never heard before. I was literally hearing songs as if for the first time. The clarity and clean bass in these little speakers is quite impressive indeed. Sometimes it feels like the singer’s vocals and certain instruments are literally inside my head or floating around me, almost three dimensional. In conclusion, if you want a pair of bookshelf speaker that deliver solid performance on a budget, you will not be disappointed. I find it hard to believe speakers that cost two to three (maybe even more) will sound much better. I should know because I spent over $800 on a 5.1 high end home theater speaker set up for our family room and main listening area with the TV from BB that sounds good but wish I would have known about the Micca speakers before I dropped that kind of money. I could have gotten equal sound quality for less than half of what I spent……Lesson learned. Read more

    3. BG

      I wanted some decent small-ish computer speakers for near-field listening, powered by a 2x15w rms amp, with a Dayton Audio 6.5″ 65w powered sub. I’m not fussy, and didn’t have really high expectations from small bookshelf speakers, but I am rather disappointed, especially for the price. First the good: The cabinet materials seem nice. I like the textured finish, the magnetic covers are neat, and the binding posts seem ok. The woofers are listed as having carbon-fiber cones, but I do not believe this to be true. More like poly with carbon-fiber texture, but they do look nice. Now the bad: These really do not sound good at all. Highs are tolerable, but the mids sound like they are in a tunnel, and the bass is all but nonexistent. Event with a small powered sub (Dayton Audio 6.5″ 65w) to round out the low end from around 120Hz and down, they don’t sound good. I even tried reversing the polarity of the speaker wires thinking they were out of phase, but nope, that just made them sound worse, lol. I even tried a different more powerful amp but that didn’t help either – it just made the bad sound louder. I might be able to EQ them to something resembling decent sound, but I feel that speakers should sound at least halfway decent naturally. These might be good for some light background music, but that’s about it. Even my cheapo DIY speakers (2×2.5″) that I have on my nightstand sound better than these. Read more

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