The UB5s promised the sonic world that they could rock, they imaged like crazy, and they would be damned affordable.I can now report that they do indeed live up to the buzz.
This driver is paired with a 5.25-inch aluminum cone, and the design is rear-ported.
These speakers are both poet laureates and mustachioed headbangers.
The only minor caveat to our recommendation of the ELAC is that the cosmetics could use some work.
That said, even the wrap on one of the UB5 speakers we received had a small ding in the finish at the edge straight out of the box.
In response, Andrew Jones says the model we received wasn't new, but had been used for demonstration purposes previously.
The older, more traditional "wood vinyl" is much harder-wearing, and a speaker featuring this finish would be the preferable option if they are going to be in a high-traffic area.
Here in the CNET listening room and hooked up to our NAD C 356BEE stereo integrated amplifier, the Uni-Fi UB5 made a powerful first impression.English Learner Advisory Committee (ELAC) Every school with 21 or more English Learner (EL) students must form an ELAC committee.The purpose of ELAC is to provide parents of English Learners opportunities to learn about the programs offered to their children.We continued down to 30 Hz and the Uni-Fi UB5's output dropped a few more decibels, but those very deep bass frequencies were still very present! Mind you, this was in the 14-by-17-foot CNET listening room, larger rooms will soak up more bass energy.is a highly polymorphic anti-elastase enzyme, especially active in the protection of alveoli and liver.In addition, Digital Audio Review reports that the brushed finish will only be used in the US -- the UK (and possibly Australia) will be getting a painted finish instead for a slightly higher price.