We will be looking at two popular products, the Micca MB42 and the Klipsch R-14M. Find out what separates these two items with the full comparison review below. For more information and product comparisons, check out our longer article here.
The first product we will be looking at is the Micca MB42.
Next up is the Klipsch R-14M. Another affordable top contender is the R-14M from the Reference bookshelf speaker series by Klipsch. We have previously reviewed other models from this series as they impressively feature some high-end design aspects.
One being their decision to go with a square horn tweeter designed with their proprietary 90x90 Tractrix Horn technology and aluminum Linear Travel Suspension (LTS). This gives the speakers and extended high-frequency response and the suspension also minimizes distortion risk.
|HEAD TO HEAD COMPARISON|
|Micca MB42||Klipsch R-14M|
+ Compact pair.
+ 150 watts.
+ Low price.
+ 180 watts combined peak power.
+ Tractrix horn technology.
+ High quality components.
+ Value for money.
|WHAT OUR TEAM THOUGHT|
|They outperform many similarly priced passive models, so we feel they deserve highlighting in amongst the higher priced options on our list.||They are packed with advanced features, for a very modest price when compared to similar speakers on the market, providing great value for money.|
Check out our article Best Bookshelf Speakers Under $500 for more info.