Back in 2017, Elac had introduced its buzz creating debut series speakers. And now it is back with another blast- the new 2.0 version of debus series. It is named Elac debut 2.0 b6.2.
But how is this one?
Is it good enough, just like the previous one? Or is it better than the previous version? How is the performance?
Well, to get all the answers, you need to read this Elac debut 2.0 b6.2 review. We have put together all the points you want to know.
Elac Debut 2.0 b6.2 Review
We have done all the hard work for you. All you need to do is to read the article until the end. So without any further due, let’s get started.
Overview of Elac Debut 2.0 b6.2 Bookshelf Speakers
I don’t think I need to introduce the company, Elac. However, in case you don’t know, Elac is one of the most popular bands in the speaker industry. It is a German company founded in 1926. From then, it has been serving the sound industry with an excellent reputation.
You know already, the Elac debut 2.0 b6.2 bookshelf speakers are the second versions of debut series. But do you know that this series is designed by the world-famous speaker designer Andrew Jones? His design is a great reason why this speaker has created a buzz in the market.
These speakers are famous because of the high-quality clear sound, high bass, and affordable price. Despite being such affordable, it is one of the leading speakers in the market.
The Elac b6.2 speaker is a basic-level or entry speaker just like the previous one for your home or library or living room.
But what’s new?
Well, almost everything. From the look to performance. The tweeter, woofer, bass port, and most of the other things are not like the previous one.
It comes with a new front-firing port instead of a backfiring port. This port enables you a comfortable and smooth room placement. Due to this front-firing port, you can have the speaker close to the back wall for more flexibility. Besides, the new cabinet allows you easier placement as well.
Another useful addition is the newly developed tweeter. It now features 1” soft dome tweeter that incorporates a full roll surround. And it is capable of producing sound up to 35 kHz. That means it can entertain you with the sound in a small or medium room.
But the most significant change that Elac brings to this new one remains invisible. It comes with internal bracing. This internal bracing minimizes the cabinet vibration and reduces cabinet influence over the overall sound quality. It is one of the best features I have seen in this new version 2 speakers. This is what is uncommon in the most top-rated speakers in the market.
And last but not least, the woofer is newly developed as well. A tighter wave pattern on the Woven Aramid-fiber woofer is set on the speaker. It ensures a smoother high-frequency response. But at the same time, it delivers a tight bass.
There are some similarities between the previous one and this one as well. The outlook is pretty the same, actually. The proportion of the speaker remains the same though they are now deeper, taller, and narrower. This is what makes it look less obtrusive in terms of look.
You know, no matter how good the features are or how rich the speaker is in terms of features if the performance is not good, it is not worthy of buying.
When it comes to performance, I have to say; it is better than the previous one for sure. It ranges its sound from 44Hz to 35000 Hz. As a result, you can have smooth sound as well as loud, bright sound whenever you need, and whenever you feel.
The sound is clearer too. No matter you listen to anything with low bass or anything with higher bass, you will get the best quality sound for sure. That is normal, of course, Andrew Jones did not just design the second version without any improvement, right?
Along with the clear sound, it offers multi-dimensional sound as well. It comes with three dimensional sound that can make you fall in love with it. The high-frequency sound is brighter, and the low-frequency sound is smoother in this new version.
With a good sound, you can be lost in the ocean of sound with this amazing speaker. And the best part is that it is super easy to operate. You can get the best sound from any amplifier or AV receiver having power more than 120w. That means you will get the best sound quality, no matter it is a low powered amplifier or high-quality amplifier.
Andrew Jones has the responsibility to make the first version even better. And he has done it perfectly, and we see this in the new Elac debut 2.0 b6.2. You know it is always difficult to develop upon its predecessor.
The only sacrifice it has made is with its bass. And of course, you cannot get the bass-heavy signature sound if you want the clear, smoother, and brighter sound for sure.
Having said all these improvements and sacrifices, the debut b6.2 is now competing with all of the best speakers in the market better than ever. So if you are looking for the best speaker for your small or medium room or home theatre, this is the one you need, and you can have right now.