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Microlab Solo 6C Speakers Review – big sound at a small price

Rating: 8.0.

If you have just built an updated computer in 2011 then a new, high quality set of speakers should not be underestimated. There are no shortage of high quality speakers at a £200+ price point, but what if you have only £100 to spend? Are you left with only clinical, harsh, poorly designed budget speakers? Microlab might just have the answer with the Solo 6C set of speakers, designed by Danish audio expert Peter Larsen.

The Solo 6C claim to offer ‘rich’ audio quality with detailed acoustics, full bass and ‘vibrant’ treble. There is even a remote control in the bundle to offer control over volume, input, bass and treble. Their construction relies on MDF to reduce distortion caused by vibration and they have been designed to enhance the overall experience from compressed audio files, such as MP3’s.

Technical Specifications:

Amplifier:
Output power: 100 Watt RMS
Power distribution: 50 Watt x 2
Harmonic distortion: < 0.3% 1W 1kHz
Frequency response: 55Hz – 20kHz
Signal/Noise ratio: > 85dB
Separation: > 55dB
Input sensitivity: 440mV
Nominal impedance: 4 ohm

Speakers:
Tweeter driver type: 1″
Tweeter rated power: 10 Watt 6 ohm
Bass driver type: 6.5″
Bass rated power: 30 Watt
Frequency range: 55Hz – 20kHz

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