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Pyle 3" 100 Watt Mini Cube Bookshelf Speaker, Pair, White

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Product Highlights

  • Compact cube design
  • Full-range 3" paper cone woofer
  • Full-range 3 paper cone woofer
  • Peak power handling capacity of 100W at 8 Ohms
  • Magnetically shielded for safe use near video monitors
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About Pyle

The Pyle PCB3 is a compact full-range mini cube speaker ideal for home theater applications. The tiny housing contains a 3" paper cone driver capable of producing a wide frequency response. The speaker has a total power handling capacity of 100W and an impedance of 8 Ohms. It is magnetically shielded for safe use near video monitors.

Pyle Features

  • Compact cube design
  • Full-range 3" paper cone woofer
  • Peak power handling capacity of 100W at 8 Ohms
  • Magnetically shielded for safe use near video monitors

Pyle Specifications

Driver
3" (76mm) Paper Cone
Frequency Range
90Hz - 18kHz
Impedance
8 Ohms
Maximum Power Handling
100W Peak
Shielded
Yes
Dimensions (H x W x D)
3.6 x 3.6 x 4.6" (91 x 91 x 117mm)
Mfr #
PCB3WT
SKU
PYPCB3WH

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4.0

Great inexpensive speakers for surrounds

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Although these aren't fancy satellite Bose speakers, they definitely do the job of providing surrounds in a 7.1 setup. Bought these after upgrading from a 5.1 to a 7.1 receiver and didn't want to spend a fortune on speakers. For the low cost I paid, they are decently built and seem pretty solid. I've read other reviews saying how cheaply these are built and that they fall apart, but I don't see that happening unless these take a hard drop to the ground. They are made out of a decent hard plastic and the front grills are metal. They have push tab speaker terminals which work well with the 16 gauge wire I used. The one downside is that these only have a spring loaded hanger tab that pulls out for mounting. I used snap ties to hang these from the frames of a drop ceiling which worked out well. There are no other mounting holes for attaching brackets, etc. These speakers aren't the most "hi-fi" speakers out there obviously, and are definitely not meant to handle bass, but for rear surrounds in a home 7.1 setup, they work great!

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