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Best active pa speakers

Technologies are developing, audio equipment is becoming more ergonomic, user-friendly. If ten years ago active acoustic systems seemed to be the prerogative of only professional studios, today such solutions can be found in household devices. This is extremely convenient you do not need an amplifier, it will already be built into the speaker, in addition, digital-to-analog converters will be built into many systems, which will turn the installation into adding a digital source. Today we summarize the results of 2021 and choose the best active speakers: for every taste and purse.

Edifier R1280DB

Computer desktop speakers will successfully serve you in-game battles and will play music very well. There are no special talents to wait for, but the sound turns out to be surprisingly clean, and there is enough power in excess of 42 watts. MDF enclosures, a full set of inputs from RCA, to optics, coaxial and even wireless connection via Bluetooth 5.0 add “salt and pepper”. An exceptionally successful model for diligent owners.

PreSonus Eris E3.5 W

The refined appearance of the PreSonus Eris E3.5 W is combined with the excellent sound quality it is unlikely that you can find a model in this price list that demonstrates greater musical resolution. The speakers use 3.5″ midrange/woofer speakers and professional dome tweeters, gain in class A B (no “numbers”!), power in 2 x 25 W PreSonus Eris E3.5 W can play in the range from 80 to 20,000 Hz and develop as much as 100 dB of sound pressure. The Bluetooth module is also not forgotten.

EVE audio SC203

Everything is serious the model uses 3″ midrange woofer speakers with passive radiators and a cool ribbon tweeter µA.M.T., the amplification system works on the basis of four PWM amplifiers of 30 W each. As a result, the lower limit frequency starts from 62 Hz. The built-in Cirrus Logic-based DAC and powerful DSP guarantee flexibility during installation. Acoustics can be enhanced with a subwoofer, but, really, most likely, it will not be needed the sound seems very bass and textured.

Klipsch The Sixes

The chic Heritage Wireless series is the perfect choice for advanced music lovers. With a huge number of connection options, a built-in 24/96 DAC, a Bluetooth module these speakers will complement both the TV and the computer well and will provide you with the same branded Klipsch sound that is so loved by audiophiles. An inch tweeter in a Tractrix horn, a 6.5″ midrange/woofer driver, an output for connecting an active subwoofer, a power of 200 W, and a frequency response from 40 to 20,000 Hz the speakers are fantastic, which is by the nature of the TTX, which is by the quality of the sound. The frenzied dynamics of Klipsch’s The Sixes sink into the soul it is simply impossible not to fall in love with the speaker.

Dynaudio Xeo 20

Dynaudio Xeo 20 active acoustics is a real example of a modern acoustic system. The rounded contours of the housings work to eliminate resonances, the new Esotec tweeter with a diameter of 28 mm has a high overload capacity, and 140 mm midrange/ woofers with diaphragms made of magnesium-silicate polymer are able to give out such an attack that it freezes in the chest. Each driver is serviced by a separate amplifier with a power of 65 watts, the tuning system is a studio (LYD 5), the DSP has become much more powerful than in the previous model. Two line inputs, optics, Bluetooth module with aptX support, Wi-Fi connection with 24-bit 96 kHz Hi-Res audio streaming, wireless communication between speakers, frequency response from 40 to 21,000 Hz, you can continue for a long time The sound of the model is exceptionally neutral, well-coordinated and accurate. There is already holography, so much loved by High-End fans, and sufficient resolution “from below” at least in order to cope with rich classical music.

Dali Callisto 2 C

The elegant Dali Callisto 2 C literally attracts the eye, but the speaker also has enough engineering innovations “under the hood”. Highly damped housings are absolutely tolerant to resonances, dome fabric tweeters, woofer diffusers made of pressed wood pulp, magnetic systems made of Soft Magnetic Compound (SMC), band gain with a powerful 24–bit DSP, proprietary switching hub the highest category. 250 watts of power, frequency response from 47 to 30,000 Hz, but, most importantly, the sound that the Dali Callisto 2 C demonstrates. As they say, you can hear every penny invested that classic, that jazz, that rock and roll, these AC no genre can put you in a dead-end.

KEF LS50 Wireless II

What could be better than KEF LS50? Only KEF LS50 Wireless II! Frequency response 40 47,000 Hz, a new Uni-Q driver with a “black acoustic hole” of the MAT disk, A/V gain of 100 Watts per tweeter and 280 Watts in class D on the midrange/woofer, proprietary sound processor Music Integrity Engine, support for AirPlay 2 and streaming up to PCM 24/384 and DSD256 The cherry on the cake is Roon Ready certification. Sound? Absolutely open, reliable, and engaging in listening.

Bowers & Wilkins Formation Duo

A lot of effort, time, and money was invested in the creation of the B&W Formation Duo but the result, as they say, came back a hundredfold. A brand new proprietary wireless streaming protocol Formation, Carbon Dome tweeter, Continuum midrange/woofer driver (similar ones are installed in top Diamond 800 speakers), stunning sound quality (thunderous bass from enclosures of such sizes!), everything is really fine here. Opportunities? Support Wi-Fi, Apple AirPlay 2, Spotify Connect, Roon, and Bluetooth is it enough?

PMC AML2

High End. The PMC AML2 sports 34 mm dome tweeters and woofers with flat 165 mm membranes (Kevlar and Nomex) loaded onto the transmission line with a thickness of 1.7 m. Built-in band-pass gain from Bryston (180 watts for each speaker). The sound is exceptional in every sense it plays with the whole range of colors, accurately conveys the author’s emotions, and demonstrates the same “brilliance”.

Legacy Audio Valor

Above only the stars. The huge Legacy Audio Valor cases include eight speakers each (AMT, diffusers made of titanium, carbon fiber, and cellulose) in a four-band configuration with controlled directivity. A dedicated processor with built-in digital-to-analog and analog-to-digital Wavelet converters (56 bits, including Room Correction), an active switching circuit (from 4 x 60 watts for each speaker, but amplifiers are not included in this price list; the speaker will play best with branded Coda monoblocks) and the Stereo Unfold algorithm recreate spatial musical information with amazing accuracy. 14″ woofers guarantee a thunderous bass, and the frequency response from 12 to 30,000 Hz clearly hints that these giants can do anything. So it is Legacy Audio Valor sound, well, just… like real musicians.