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Sony SS-B3000


$100.00 Released May, 2007

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Setup is very simple, contacts are easy to access and at a good angle. Capable of very loud output, almost floor-standing volume. Attractive monolithic design, very striking straight lines.

The Cons:Heavier and bulkier than most bookshelf speakers. Little to no bass support, need a separate subwoofer.

The Sony SS-B3000 consists of a pair of standalone, performance bookshelf speakers designed to work alongside a surround-sound system. Each speaker includes three primary components: an 8” Kevlar woofer, a 3-1/4” mid driver, and a 1” Nano-Fine balanced dome tweeter.

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And not only do the pair allow for an extra-wide frequency range, but in fact output up to 120W of power—ideal for home theater use. The only notable drawback to the SS-B3000 is its cumbersome size (compares to its peers), what with each speaker weighing almost 15 lbs and being up to 20” tall. 

Additional Information

The Sony SS-B3000 is a step up from the SS-B1000 in that adds along a mid driver for an enhanced frequency response.

Features

  • Standalone, Performance Bookshelf Speakers (Pair)
  • 8” Kevlar H.O.P. Woofer
  • 3-1/4” Enhanced H.O.P. Mid Driver
  • 1” Nano Fine Balanced Dome
  • High Frequency Response
  • High Power Handling

Specifications

  • Frequency: 50Hz – 50,000Hz
  • Impedance: 8 Ohms
  • Power Handling: 120W
  • Woofer: 8” Kevlar H.O.P.
  • Mid: 3-1/4” Enhanced H.O.P. Cone
  • Tweeter: 1” Nano Fine Balanced Dome
  • Warranty: 1 Year Parts / 1 Year Labor
  • Dimensions (Approx.): 9 7/16 x 20 7/8 x 10 3/8"
  • Weight (Approx.): 14 lb

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    setup is very simple, contacts are easy to access and at a good angle

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    capable of very loud output, almost floor-standing volume

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    attractive monolithic design, very striking straight lines

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    finish resists scratches, solidly built overall

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    mids and highs are clear and detailed, very high definition

Cons
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    heavier and bulkier than most bookshelf speakers

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    little to no bass support, need a separate subwoofer

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