Music lovers appreciate bookshelf speakers for their ability to produce superior low-frequency sounds which are infinitely better if paired with an equally high-performing subwoofer.
Bookshelf speakers are a little smaller than floor-standing speaker yet large enough to be able to stand on its own. This kind of speakers are typically shaped like a box and fit most bookshelves, although it is not recommended as the resonance within the enclosure will affect the quality of sound produced by the speakers. Most bookshelf speakers are placed near an open media stand or mounted on the walls, while some prefer to place it beside the subwoofer for the ultimate low-frequency sound combo.
Bookshelf speakers usually work together with the other speakers in a speaker setup which means that the audio signals that they produce can complement those that come from the other speakers. Small in size, bookshelf speakers can be placed almost anywhere in a room, except for an enclosed space, but their boxed shape allows it to be free-standing as well.
Some audiophiles would mount bookshelf speakers on the walls of their studio or home theaters while some use them as rear or surround speakers, keeping it away from the subwoofer so you’d have low-frequency sound coming from two directions. Most bookshelf speakers come with built-in amplifiers which enable them to stand alone as a speaker system, while some, like Micca MB42 Bookshelf Speakers, need to be plugged into an amplifier or receiver to work.
Let’s take a closer look at the Micca MB42 Bookshelf Speakers and learn more about its features, pros, and cons.
Each speaker in the set comes with a 0.75-inch silk dome tweeter that has a well-integrated driver output for smooth trebles and more accurate imaging.
Each speaker has a four-inch balanced woven carbon fiber woofer that enhances the transient signals while the rubber surround prevents distortion from forming.
The classic bookshelf speaker design of these Micca speakers allow it to blend into the background while bringing a certain level of elegance to your home theater setup. It has rounded edges and beveled sidings that make it classier and more elegant.
This bookshelf speaker from Micca delivers a neutral and accurate sound signature that also comes with excellent vocal clarity, especially if paired with a good set of subwoofers.
The ported enclosure of these bookshelf speakers delivers an extended deep and rich bass response with very low signal distortion.
The Micca speakers measure 9.5 x 5.8 x 6.5 inches each, and it comes in a compact design that makes it easy to move, place and adjust. Both speakers take up little space which makes them a nice addition regardless if the home theater room is already cramped or not.
The Micca MB42 Bookshelf Speakers has a classic appearance with its beveled edges and round corners that allow it to blend more naturally into the background. The audio signals passing through this speaker set are accurate and has a neutral sound signature and great vocal clarity.
Although an amplifier and receiver are required to use the Micca speakers effectively, it can be paired with almost any receiver and amplifier, which makes integrating it with an existing speaker system easy to do. The silk dome tweeter and carbon fiber woofer produce excellent sound and rich sounding bass that stays true to the way producers want the sound to be.
The compact size and light weight of the Micca speaker allow it to be placed anywhere and be moved easily without having to worry about back strained. Just be sure to check if the wirings will be enough, so you don’t have to cut and splice to make it functional.
The key features of the Micca MB42 Bookshelf Speakers are a little similar to that of the Polk Audio T15 Bookshelf Speakers, especially with its high sensitivity and dynamic balance produced by the materials used for the tweet and woofer. The T15 comes with 0.75-inch silk dome tweeter, and a polymer composite woofer with a rubber surround to produce the rich notes that you would expect from a bookshelf speaker.
The enclosure of the Pol T15 is magnetically shielded for a reduced distortion from nearby sources while the two speakers are designed to work with each other with a balanced response between the two. This speaker set from Polk comes with a keyhole slot which makes wall mounting an option without having to customize the mounting slot.
Although the Polk Audio T15 Bookshelf Speakers has that name branding that almost anybody can recall, the Micca MB42 Bookshelf Speakers still has the edge over the competition. The Micca speakers are slightly more compact than the T15 which allows it to be placed almost anywhere while the bass sounds that resonate from the woofer and the ported enclosure complement the low-frequency sound coming from the silk dome tweeters.
Bookshelf speakers like the Micca MB42 and the Polk T15 are both designed to be connected to a receiver and amplifier to be effective as a source of audio entertainment. Some bookshelf speakers can replace the front loudspeakers in a 5.1 or 6.1 setup while a little tuning can turn it into a great surround speaker to complement those in front, while a few have a complete set-up which makes it a stand-alone speaker system complete with an amplifier and receiver.
Bookshelf speakers like these can make a nice addition to any home theater speaker system, and the frequency range that it adds to the entire setup is something audiophiles, and music lovers find worth looking into.