5 reviews

Aperion Intimus 5B

$225.00 Released January, 2008

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Great sounding bookshelf speakers. Great looking speaker available in cherry and black. Excellent customer support.

The Cons:Limited bass response. Inefficient - power hungry. Silk Dome Equals Lack of True Crisp Highs.

The Intimus 5B is at the middle of Aperion's current (2008) bookshelf lineup, between the 4B and 6B. It is available in two finishes: a high gloss black lacquer (shown), or cherry veneer. Price is per speaker.

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  • Frequency Response (+/- 3dB): 75Hz - 20kHz
  • Impedance: 6 Ohms
  • Sensitivity: 84dB
  • Tweeter: 1" silk
  • Woofer: 5.25" fiberglass
  • Enclosure: 1" HDF, rear ported
  • Dimensions: 12" H x 6.75" W x 8" D
  • Weight: 14lbs

User Reviews (5)

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  • 4

    Great sounding bookshelf speakers

  • 4

    Great looking speaker available in cherry and black

  • 4

    Excellent customer support

  • 4

    Well-priced, good value

  • 3

    Newly designed silk dome tweeter

  • 2

    10 year warranty

  • 2

    Free shipping, in home 30 day trial, free return shipping if needed.

  • 2

    Matched to 5 series for home theater (5T and 5C)

  • 2

    Amazing build quality, solid anti resonant cabinet.

  • 2

    Threaded inserts for use as a wall or ceiling mounted surround.

  • 1

    Limited bass response

  • 0

    inefficient - power hungry

  • -1

    Silk Dome Equals Lack of True Crisp Highs

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Great bookshelf speakers in all regards: sounds great, looks great, and is backed up by great customer support. I think they're well priced.

Only downside? They're limited in their bass capabilities, by nature of their small form factor.

My room is a small office -- 10' x 12'. I listen to music all day while I work, and I don't get tired of these speakers.

Apr 24, 08
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