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Signet SL-250 B/U USA Made Bookshelf Stereo Loudspeaker

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Signet SL-250 B/U USA Made Bookshelf Stereo Loudspeaker

Post by HiFiLab on Sun Apr 16, 2017 8:00 am








Made in Stow, Ohio.USA


They are perfect for intimate stereo listening.  They can be used as bookshelf speakers, on speaker stands, or as awesome sounding surround speakers.




Frequency Response: 50 - 22,000 Hz

Crossover Freq.:  3,300 Hz

Sensitivity 1W/1m:  88 dB

Woofer:    5.5" driver, treated paper cone, rubber roll surround

Tweeter:    3/4" driver, metallized polycarbonate dome,

   ferrofluid-cooled coil

Recommended Amp: 15 - 100 watts

Nominal Impedance: 8 Ohms

Dimensions:   12.5" x 7" x 10"

Net weight:   12 lbs

User Reviews :
For Signet Sl250 Speakers, Smaller May Be Better
The SL250 speakers weigh 12 pounds a pair and are about the size of a full book pack. There`s nothing particularly high-tech inside the 12 1/2x7x10- inch vented enclosures. A 5 1/2-inch paper cone woofer and a 3/4-inch metallized polycarbonate dome tweeter produce the sound. Yet these small $300 per pair bookshelf speakers sound terrific.
No matter what type of music you prefer, the SL250 does it justice. Stereo imaging, the illusion of a natural soundstage, is excellent. Small speakers often image better than large speakers. Usually the smaller the sound source the better the image. On a good jazz or rock disc, the drums sound centered and to the rear. On a classical choral recording the vocal soloists line up smartly along the front of the stage, but never sound like they`re floating in the audience.

Signet claims a wide frequency response for such a small speaker, but fails to specify how much softer the sound becomes at the ends of the spectrum. In listening tests the SL250s sounded very natural. The treble was clear and crisp, but without offensive sizzle. The bass was surprisingly good. You won`t miss the bass runs of a string bass (electric or acoustic), and drums retain impact. Voices truly test a speaker, and the SL250 sings with the best of them. Male and female vocalists sound uncolored with just the right amount of presence.

These Signet speakers fill rooms much larger than dorm rooms with sound. They tend to compress the sound when you raise the volume past a certain point, but this is expected. Some discs with dense musical arrangements sound a little fuzzy at times.

The SL250s bring music to many spaces in the home, summer cabin or dorm. They also work well as surround speakers for Dolby Surround Sound, and other multi-channel systems. They come finished in what Signet calls a utility black vinyl finish. The simple design lends the speakers a handsome appearance. Signet provides a useful, easy-to-understand instruction booklet.

Signet softens the sacrifice for space or budget with the SL250s. These speakers make leaving home easier, and staying home more enjoyable.




Note: Come with Original Box


Price : RM 680
Contact Simon Ting 012-3612507

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