Comparison to Bang & Olufsen BeoLab 4. What do you think?
The BL 's appear to have a better frequency range and more wattage power... so I'm curious are these comparable.
- Asked by Justin E from Southlake
- Mar 26, 2010
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2 Answers from the Community
When it comes to sound, I don't really trust B&O. I heard both - the MM-1 and the BeoLab 4. The BeoLab have more bass and sounded a little bit more detailed in the lower tones, but the peeper of the MM-1's simply better, which makes - for me - a nicer and more personal sound. It comes down to your preferences, but they at least aren't worth more money than the MM-1.
- Answered by Hannes B
- Sep 17, 2011
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The B&Os sound better to my ears, but not $500 better. Then again, I have the original HK SoundSticks attached to one Mac and an older set of Logitech mid-range speakers attached to another Mac through a Griffin FireWave, and both solutions sound perfectly fine to me.
Your best bet would be to go to the nearest retailers so you can listen to the speakers for yourself.
- Answered by Bill Y from Independence
- Dec 30, 2010
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