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Teac LS-H265 2-Way Speaker System (Black)

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  • Bass-reflex Type 2-way bookshelf speaker system
  • Glossy Black finish
  • Binding post speaker terminals
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Product Specifications

Brand NameTeac
Speaker TypeBookshelf
Color NameBlack
Frequency Response Curve55Hz-30kHz
Speaker Driver Material TypePaper

Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Teac
  • Model: LS-H265
  • Color Name: Black
  • Speaker Type: Bookshelf
  • Warranty: 1 year parts and labor

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 10.1 x 15 x 11.5 inches ; 9.7 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 9.7 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B004R929AY
  • Item model number: LS-H265
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (22 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #48,014 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: February 22, 2011

Product Description

The LS-H250BL is a finely-crafted loudspeaker system is finished in an elegant piano black wood veneer and will perfectly match any TEAC Micro system. A combination of a 5 Inch woofer and 1 Inch tweeter, housed in a very stylish piano black cabinet, produces a rich and exciting sound performance for a speaker of this compact size.

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The sound is very clean from highs and lows.
morning fog
These bookshelf speakers by Teac are very solid and handsome to look at.
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The piano black gloss is very pretty and the speaker grills look ok.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews

6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By PD VINE VOICE on June 19, 2013
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Thus was an upgrade from a pair of Polk Monitor 30's. Long ago I used to use a pair of TOA near-field monitors. To my ears these Teacs are phenomenal for the money, definitely best in class for under $300. I use them connected to my PC for Video and Audio editing with Adobe Premiere Pro and Audition (CS6). The sound in comparison with the Polks is night and day. Here's what I found:

It's hard to describe audio in a text situation, but the biggest point I want to stress is the overall quality throughout the spectrum. The highs are sweet, not harsh. The mids are amazingly easy to "understand" and the bass is super tight (I know, this contradicts a different reviewer's take on this, but please read on). I'm now hearing nuances in the same music I'm used to that did not jump out at me before. Teac has chosen the right crossover point vs the interior cabinet dimensions vs the components they used, hands down.

A word about quality and bass response: a speaker's ability to reproduce bottom end is hald driver design and half signal input. If the signal quality going in isn't optimal, bass response won't be either. Here's my setup that I use to get the best audio out of a PC that I can (the audio jacks on any given motherboard with "RealTek HD Audio" drivers is passable at best, don't use 'em!):

First, I use the Creative Labs SB1240 to pull audio out of the PC via USB (external box that costs about 85 bucks). This device generate THX Audio that is superior to mobo jacks. Then I plug in a Pyle Pro PCA3 2x75w power amp via good ol' RCA cables into the Creative Labs device. The Teac speakers are then hooked up to the Pyle amp with 12 gauge speaker wire. make sure speaker wire is as short as necessary, the longer it is the more attenuation you get.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By John B. Goode TOP 500 REVIEWER on May 22, 2013
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Overview: The Teac LS-H265 is a very good pair of speakers for its price. It's compact, living up to its label as a bookshelf speaker, yet powerful for its size and can handle an average sized family room with aplomb. On top of that, it's very nicely finished with what Teac calls a gloss piano finish and looks very good.

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Price point: I consider consumer bookshelf speakers of this type to range anywhere from $50 to $500, so at the current price these are at the low rather than the high end of the range. You can find plenty of speakers at a lower price but part of what you pay for are detail and finish and for this price you get an excellent finish, binding post connectors and even a free pair of thin cables!

Specs: 5" paper woofer and 1" tweeter, max power 50W, 8 ohms and 88dB. Bass reflex port in rear, so don't really put them on a bookshelf.
(What this means:
*It's a 2 way speaker meaning it has 2 drivers, a bigger 5" one for the low sounds and a small 1" one for higher sounds.
*50W is the peak power it can handle. You will want to match a receiver that produces a slightly higher wattage. Both a underpowered and overpowered receiver can damage the speakers.
*8 ohms impedance, you want to have your receiver match this.
*88dB sensitivity, the higher the better.
*Bass reflex, has a hole in the speaker box to help increase low sounds.)

Testing: I have these on stands a couple of feet lateral to a big screen TV and used thick speaker cables (I think the supplied ones are really too thin). I tested them on a 60W receiver and another of 165W and put them through their paces with movies, TV, classical music, rock, jazz and vocals.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By A. Fabbri VINE VOICE on May 28, 2013
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These Teac LS-H265 speakers are gorgeous and well built. The sound great as well.

Likes:
- Solid construction. Seamless cabinet all around (except for front panel, which is hidden beneath grille).
- Grilles: Attach on stainless posts which slip into rubber grommeted holes. Solid and good looking.
- Cable connectors. Hefty through-post screw terminals.
- Size. These actually fit on my bookshelf, unlike my infinity 6" speakers, which take a good 20% more room. These are short, not too deep nor wide. They are great for tight spaces.
- Sound. Very respectable performance for the size and price range (200-250 range). These are at least twice the quality of Bose speakers that cost 100 more which I reviewed recently.
- Looks. These look great. Glossy piano black finish.

Dislikes:
- Fingerprints, I guess, on the glossy finish. but I think this is a non issue as you don't need to hold these.
- They are small. They don't reproduce the subsonic range as well as you might like. They don't handle a ton of power.

Overall, these gave an excellent performance for their size. The highs are crisp if not a tad brite. The lows are more present than I would have expected, but of course lacked the subsonics you'd get with larger drivers. High power handling was better than I expected at this size and price range, but did not blow my mind like some $900 speakers have. Distortion at high levels was managed well and gracefully degraded as I turned up the knob.

Highly recommended if you need small bookshelf speakers that sound great. 5 stars
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