Reviews and Problems with Sony Book Shelf Speaker SS-MB350H
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Monster bookshelf speakers sound sweet!
Dale B Cooper, Amazon
4 weeks ago
Summary: I got these bookshelf speakers because I like their bigger brothers, the floor standing Sony SSF-5000. The SS-MB350H's are huge for bookshelves at about 21 inches tall and weigh over 14 lbs each. They sound great with a super wide frequency response of 50Hz - 50KHz.
Summary: I am an inveterate scavenger of old HiFi gear, some of which I put to work in my house, and some of which I pass on to friends who can't afford a new system. I came by these when a neighbor put his out with the garbage- you're tossing these out, I asked? Yep, he replied.
Summary: I bought a pair of these from Walmart about 9 years ago to replace a pair of 38 year old RCA speakers of about the same size. I was impressed from the moment I hooked them up. Nice crisp, clean sound at reasonable volume, and very little distortion at high volume.
Summary: Recently I acquired a pair of these speakers from a thrift store for occasional low volume use in my bedroom. I was drawn to them primarily because the cabinets are decent looking and the size is perfect for a set of stands I own.
Summary: These bookshelf speakers sit up high in my kitchen and fill a big room with clean, clear sound. The best of the old school - basic stereo speakers that pump out music well beyond their low price.
Summary: I am driving these with a vintage Kenwood 40wpc amp. I don't think you can get speakers, that will fit on a bookshelf, any better than these. They are as good as (maybe better?) my custom built, 3rd order crossover, speakers.
Summary: These speakers were purchased with a little hesitation from the reviews. I have them attached to my receiver and they are great for my office space. Great sound, reasonable price. I wuld highly reccomend this product.
Summary: I was in the market for a pair of bookshelf speakers to replace an older pair of JBL bookshelf speakers. Long term I would like to invest in refinishing my basement and setting up a high-end surround system. But, for now, I only wanted to spend $100 or less for good quality.