Reviews and Problems with Definitive Technology BP10B
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World.Class Audio and Great Value
22 June 2015
Summary: I still own a pair of Definite Technology BP10's (the first series with soft dome tweeters). I have owned a LOT of high end speakers in my life, but I've never been so happy with any other loudspeakers for any length of time.
Summary: The bp-10 comes from the longest running line of speakers def tech has ever made. For good reason, the bp -10 is superior to any of the bp-80xx line. These speakers are great for music, but where these speakers really shine is home theater, due to bi-polar loveliness.
Summary: The BP10's sound sweet. Real sweet. I don't know what honey Def Tech threw into those tweeters but I have never been disappointed with the tweeters on these speakers. For their price and size, these are some of the best speakers on the market.
Summary: I have owned a pair of BP-10's since 1996. These speakers are as equally impressive today as they were after they were initially broke-in. Friends still rant and rave when they come over and see I still have them. Others hearing them for the first time.
Pros: Precision music reproduction, that costs three or more times as much. To equal with another brand. Super-Efficient. Place whatever you want on top of these speakers. Because the structure is so solid, nothing ever moves on top or off of them.
Cons: Possibly size if you live in a very small place. And weight when you have to move them.
Summary: The BP10B speaker is a great speaker! The sound quality and frequency response is natural and flat. I am actually using this as a center channel speaker behind a projector screen and it blends in perfectly with the Definitive Technology BP7004 Tower speakers that have the built in subwoofer (now...
Pros: Natural sound, good dynamic range, almost 3D soundstage due to the bi-polar technology.
One of the most natural sounding speakers available
Amazing Speaker, Crutchfield
23 October 2012
Summary: Definitive 10B has a flat response, great harmonics and an energetic presentation with wide sound dispersion. Listening to piano music, it is difficult to tell the difference between these speakers and the real thing. No wonder that the enclosures were made at the kimball Piano factory.
Pros: Natural sound, flat frequency response, efficient, wide dispersion
Cons: need larger room to appreciate and placement away from hard surfaces
Summary: I had a pair of the original BP10's and, very stupidly, sold them about 14 years ago. I absolutely loved those speakers! I actually had traded them in for a pair of the then flagship model BP2000's with the built-in 15" subs.
Summary: Simply put, these are the best speakers I've ever owned. They are clear and precise with at all ranges, its amazing how big the sound is without having the usual 3-4 drivers like most speakers in this class. I positioned mine 12" from the wall and they completely fill my high ceiling living room.
Summary: I have a pair of these Definitive Technology BP10B speakers as the main speakers in my home theater. They replaced a pair of Kef C95 main speakers which have the Uni-Q driver. Although the Uni-Q drivers produce a very crisp sound, those Kef Speakers only reached down to 50Hz and so, they didn't have...
Summary: I switched from a 5.1 system to a 7.1, and bought these speakers to replace my Polks as the main speakers, relegating the Polks to surround speakers. These speakers create a spaciousness of sound that the Polks could not reproduce.