Best 2 bookshelf speakers based on 12 expert reviews

Our research includes 12 expert total reviews for 2 best bookshelf speakers. The highest average score is 88%, while the lowest is 70% (a gap of 18%). There are about 6 reviews per product. Reviews come from sites like PCMag, Wired, and more. Click on a product to see more information (including which reviews were included). This list gets updated every few days as we routinely add the latest products.

1: Klipsch The Fives

88%
Avg. Expert Score (10 Reviews)
Available in matte black or walnut models, The Fives have MDF enclosures covered in real wood veneers, with tweed-covered cloth grilles that snap into place magnetically for easy removal and placement. The grilles are attractive and have a retro Klipsch logo emblazoned on a medallion in the lower right corner. For the black model, the grilles have a grid-like tweed pattern, while the walnut grilles have a less geometric, more natural crosshatched tweed pattern. What the grilles hide are, for some of us, the real things of beauty—each speaker is armed with a horn-style 1-inch titanium dome tweeter and a 4.5-inch fiber composite cone woofer. With or without the grilles, these speakers look fantastic—the surface underneath the grilles is all black, and the horns, in particular, catch the light in a lovely way. Measuring 12.0 by 6.5 by 9.3 inches each (HWD), the speakers combine for a total of 160 watts. The woofers account for 60 watts apiece and the tweeters for 20 watts apiece, deliv...
-- pcmag.com
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