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TEAC LS-H265 Enceinte pour MP3 & Ipod Noir
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- Description du produit: TEAC LS-H265
- Utilisation recommandée: Speaker set unit
- Type d'écouteurs: 2-voies
- Placement des écouteurs: Dessus de table/étagère à livres
- Puissance de crête en sortie (PMPO): 125W
- Gamme de fréquence: 54 - 40000 Hz
- Impédance: 8 Ohm
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la teac ls-h265 est une paire d'enceinte bibliothèque de type 2 voies et proposant une architecture bass-reflex arrière. idéale pour accompagner une micro-chaîne ou votre amplificateur hi-fi cette paire d'enceinte supporte une puissance d'amplification maximale de 50 à 125 watts
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I did some very preliminary listening and took some measurements of the speaker. Overall, it seems like a good buy at about $100. The close mic measurements and even the in room measurements are very good.
Looks like the port is tuned to 60hz and at the mid and tweeter are crossed over at 2.5khz.
Overall really flat (+/- 3db) from 700hz to ~15k where there is a steep and sudden drop off. Everthing below that is probably due to some room issue. With my common hump ~150hz, but it is actually pretty marginal and only really there because of the slight dip from 200hz to 600hz. Those these are lacking in the bass department, with a fast drop off at 100 hz. These will need a sub or at least some rear wall.
A 15 minutes listening session AB testing the Teac LS-H265 vs the Pioneer BS22, I found that the Pioneers sounded much warmer, and had a little bit better bass extension. I haven't yet done a detailed test of the Pioneers to get comparison graphs going on, but I would guess that their tweeter is a little less bright also.
The Teac's do lack in the bass department in my listening position and should be paired with a sub, particularity if they are not going to be near a back wall. But they are very clear and articulate speakers. The biggest disappointment was their construction quality, for something with a retail price of $250 they are not built nearly as well as many of the other go to budget speaker out there.
You can find my more detailed review with response graphs and a driver break down, If you google, teac average joe audiophile
Cabinets are beautiful and fairly compact for this size woofer. They fit nicely into any decor and should have a high Wife Acceptance Factor. The white woofer looks great in contrast to the piano black.
I compared these side-by-side with Klipsch Icon speakers of the same woofer size. The Klipsch might have slightly better bass response, but I find the Teac superior overall. The Teacs are just smoother and warmer.They are slightly less efficient than the Klipsch, but that is usually the case due to the Klipsch's high sensitivity. I think these just took the Klipsch's spot in my master bedroom.
Unfortunately, the price has increased dramatically since news of these sweethearts have spread. They started out around $80 and are now $200. I got mine for about $100. As much as I love these, I don't think I would pay $200 for them. It's not that they aren't worth it, because they are; but there are several other speakers out there for less money that are comparable. I hope they get over being too proud of these and drop the price some. If so, I strongly recommend them.
I have put considerable play time on these now, and while I still like them, I have switched back to the Klipsch. As these have gotten broken in, they have become a bit brighter than I like (and I typically like my speakers bright), and that increase in the highs and mids make the bass seem less prevalent than it was.
Still a nice sounding speakers, I just find the Klipsch that I was comparing them to a bit better.
Changing my rating to 4 stars. I will try and update one more time as I get even more time on these.
I pulled these back out and have been playing them in another room. I think the overly bright impression I mentioned above might have been due to the audio source or perhaps the receiver they were on. They really sound great again now. I know some complained of poor bass response; but for a bookshelf speaker of this size it's actually quite good. People these days expect room shaking bass from everything, and that just isn't going to happen without either a sub or huge speakers.
I changed my rating back to 5 stars. These really do sound great and they look great too.
First off, I would like to say that the reason that I am giving them a 4 star review is because these are the first bookshelf speakers I have ever owned. I am new to the hi-fi surround sound system crowd, and I started with these speakers because of the CNET review that raved about them. With a similar price to the Micca and Pioneer speakers, I wanted something different and gave them a shot. That being said, I have heard the other speakers and here is my experience:
The TEAC LS-H265 speakers have a great low end. The only thing missing in its low end is the thumping, booming frequency. However, low rumbles and other low frequencies come in clear and crisp. In a dorm room/bedroom setting, you don't even need a sub with these (especially if you don't want to disturb neighboring rooms). Moving on - cranking them up high produces clear highs that are very bright. These are in no way producing an overall warm tone, if that is your preference you should look at the Pioneers. The bright sound makes music and movies (especially) sound so great. You get a full sound that envelopes you. In a small room you will not need a center speaker for movies. You can really tell that these are expensive speakers simply through the sound quality. The overall clarity cannot be found in other speakers, especially not traditional 2.1 in a box systems (Bose, Logitech, etc.)
The look of the speakers are another plus. They are beautiful, speaker grille off or on. The glossy piano black casing makes you appreciate the speaker even more and are just really different from the wood or other finishes on similar speakers in this segment.
If you are looking at the Micca MB-42x or Pioneer SPBS22LR then consider these. They are on the same level and should definitely be purchased if you prefer crisp and clear highs with a nice low-end from a bookshelf. The Pioneer's have a similar sound, just warmer. Either way, both speakers won't disappoint you. That is unless you are seriously picky about your sound, but then maybe you shouldn't be looking at these "cheap" speakers.