Are Alpha speakers good?

Are Alpha speakers good?

The Alpha P5 has become my favorite speaker under $500. The sweet highs coupled with the engaging mids and weighty bass just draw you in, making for a very easy listening speaker that you can listen to for a long time. They also sound good with just about every genre.

What does PSB stand for in speakers?

PSB, which stands for Paul and Sue Barton, was founded by Paul Barton who is also the Chief Designer to this day. Located in Pickering, Ontario, Canada, the company has been designing and engineering loudspeakers under the registered name since 1972.

What does PSB mean?

PSB means “Please See Below.” The abbreviation PSB is used to draw the reader’s attention to information lower down the page. PSB is similar to PFB (Please Find Below), PSA (Please See Attached), and PFA (Please Find Attached).

What’s the price of a PSB Alpha B1?

The latest version of the Alpha, the B1, has suffered a price rise, to $279/pair, but this is actually lower in real terms than the original Alpha’s $200/pair price in 1992 dollars. Like the B, the B1 has molded plastic front and rear baffles, each with internal ribs to add rigidity, connected by an MDF “sleeve.”

What kind of drivers does the PSB Alpha B1 use?

“The Alpha B1 looks to be a typical small, rear-ported, two-way design,” but “the proprietary drivers — a 3/4″ aluminum-dome tweeter and 5 1/4″ injection-molded metalized polypropylene woofer — are new to PSB speakers.”

Is the Alpha B1 a good monitor speaker?

For decades, the Alpha B1 has been trusted by audio experts as the reference model for monitor speakers, making it one of the most reviewed bookshelf speakers ever.

What kind of tweeter does the PSB Alpha B1 use?

The Alpha B1s use a 3/4″ aluminum dome tweeter to deliver crisp, sparkling highs. The 5-1/4″ woofers are made of metalized polypropylene, making them strong but lightweight.

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