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Reddit reviews on Cambridge Audio Minx Min22 Bookshelf Satellite Speaker (Each) with 4th Generation BMR Technology

Sentiment score: 2
Reddit mentions: 2

We found 2 Reddit mentions of Cambridge Audio Minx Min22 Bookshelf Satellite Speaker (Each) with 4th Generation BMR Technology. Here are the top ones.

✔ HUGE SOUND, COMPACT DESIGN - Minx MIN 22 are small – at only 6 inches tall and 3 inches wide. But even with their small stature, they don’t sacrifice sound quality. That means you can enjoy powerful hi-fi quality speakers in even the smallest spaces.✔ BMR, BALANCED MODE RADIATORS - Minx MIN 22 use two Balanced Mode Radiator drivers. Compared to conventional drivers, BMRs give pinpoint accuracy and offer extraordinary detail at low and high volumes.✔ AT HOME IN ANY PLACE - Unlike traditional pistonic drivers that you’d find in most speakers, BMRs disperse sound more widely. This gives you much more control over where you place Minx MIN 22, without sacrificing sound quality.✔ ALWAYS IN THE SWEET SPOT - Even with careful placement, some speakers have very narrow ‘sweet spot’ where you can hear the full stereo image at its finest. Thanks to the BMRs wide audio dispersion, wherever you sit you’ll hear the full picture✔ HIGH GLOSS FINISH - Understated design ensures that no matter your interior decoration choices, Minx MIN 22 is always right at home. Finished in high-gloss black or white, these tiny speakers are beautifully subtle and unobtrusive.

Found 2 comments on Cambridge Audio Minx Min22 Bookshelf Satellite Speaker (Each) with 4th Generation BMR Technology:

u/zeagan · 6 pointsr/BudgetAudiophile

There aren't a ton of options at that size that are passive, it's a small market obviously and it seems like it's either super cheap and bad and/or outrageously expensive.

Cambridge Audio SX50 sound great and are smaller than average bookshelves, might still be too big.

They also make the Minx Min 22, this one I haven't heard though but it's definitely the right size and under budget.

Monitor Audio makes little cube speakers but they're somehow almost $400, and more for satellite surround use.

Super budget and also a little bigger would be the Micca MB42's for $60

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If you feel like hunting around audiogon/craigslist/usaudiomart you might be able to find something better. The PSB Alpha LR1 was great. Realistic Minimus 7's are legendary and with a little tweak to the crossover are surprisingly great.

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