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The new Elac Uni-Fi UB5 Review:A Decent Pair of Speakers

We think everyone loves bookshelf speakers. Of course, this type of speakers don’t generate the excitement and power as their more prominent floor-standing brothers, but customers should know that these are decent speakers.

Bookshelf speakers are mostly met in studio control rooms, where they are making an amazing job, generating high-end sound.

Elac Uni-Fi UB5 Speakers type: 3-way, bass reflex
Not many speakers could be qualified for long studio days, but Elac’s models are surely among those which need to be checked out.

Today, we are talking about the new Elac Uni-Fi UB5. These speakers are considered to be people’s favorite studio monitors, offering uncompromising clarity, remarkable accuracy across genres, and elegant balance.

If people are in search for a 500 dollars pair of speakers, they should know that the new Elac Uni-Fi UB5 are the most recommended.

Out of the box, we must say that the new Elac Uni-Fi UB5 are very heavy. They are measuring 16.5 pounds each, so if they pair up it will result in a very heavy box for customers.

However, this is not a bad thing, because this is what we want from a pair of high-performance speakers.

Pulling away the speakers from the box, we see a familiar concentric-driver design, which sets a 1-inch aluminum dome tweeter smack in the center of an aluminum 4-inch midrange driver. Under it we see a 5.25-inch aluminum mid-bass driver. The combination of these drives results in a sleek and stylish look.

These cabinets are covered by a black, brushed-vinyl finish, making the MDF cabinets elegant and perfect to put in every corner of the room.

Even if this is a pleasant color, we must add that these speakers can also be found in a walnut finish, as well as a Slim design in satin black or white finishes.

Those models are called the BS U5. But, customers should know that those slim cuts push the prices somewhere around 750 dollars per pair. We don’t think that this is a feature that people necessarily need, so we are happy with the vinyl, which has a lower price.

As many other Elac speakers, we must say that this model was also designed by audio master Andrew Jones. Andrew made a name of himself at audio hubs like Infinity, KEF and TAD.

To be added that crossover points for these new speakers are set at 270Hz and 2.700Hz, with a totally frequency respond of 46Hz to 25.000Hz at 4 ohms impedance. To power the speakers, the company recommends users a maximum of 140 watts per channel.

In the end, let’s talk about performance. It is not a secret that the new Elac Uni-Fi UB5 are an amazing pair of speakers.

At the price of 500 dollars, customers are having the opportunity to buy something powerful, perfect and receive a natural sound.

These speakers are without a doubt ambassadors of balanced and detailed sound. These bookshelf speakers perform perfectly no matter what users will connect them to, or what content source they are using.

The new Elac Uni-Fi UB5 Review:A Decent Pair of Speakers Reviewed by Mike Beasley on 8:58 AM Rating: 5
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