Passive Bookshelf Speakers Pair, Starfavor 2-Way Home Stereo



  • BRAND: Starfavor
  • SPEAKER TYPE: Bookshelf
  • COLOR: Black
  • TWEETER: 1.5 inch
  • PEAK POWER: 100 W
  • RANGE: 500 ft²
  • WOOFER: 4 inch
  • HORN: 60 degree split hexagonal design
  • CABINET: All-wood MDF ROHS cabinet
  • PRODUCT DIMENSIONS: 6.3 x 6.69 x 9.84 inches
  • ITEM WEIGHT: 9.81 pounds


Want speakers that will last a long time? the two-way bookshelf speakers from Starfavor. The most detailed and clear sound is produced by a 4″ spun copper woofer and a 1.5″ aluminum tweeter. You can fully immerse in the greatest sound thanks to the unique horn design inside the 4-inch tiny body. With a low-power amplifier and the passive bookshelf speakers’ 94dB sensitivity, you can enjoy the bass at maximum volume. It has Four strong rubber feet ensuring that the bass is lost as little as possible and lessen unnecessary vibration.

The gorgeous Starfavor-designed 1.5-inch standard hexagram tweeter has a larger dispersion pattern and smooth response up to 20 kHz, recreating the highs in a sharper, more detailed and clean manner. Starfavor stereo speakers deliver stereo or mono sound from the left, right, and center with a 50W RMS handling and 100W peak output. The passive speakers can be used as surrounds to fill the room with great sound, or you can use them with the PC or TV. (We advise utilizing them in a room no larger than 500 ft2).

Every decor can benefit from a modern style with wood grain texture since it gives character. Our bookshelf speaker pair can be placed anywhere you choose without taking up any space thanks to the removable outer mesh, which is dust-proof.


There should be “line-level” audio outputs on your computer. To connect to the majority of amplifiers, all you need is a 3.5mm to RCA socket cable. If your on-board audio and amplifier include a coax or optical SPDIF connection, you also have that choice.


Android users must go to Bluetooth Settings and pair each Bluetooth speaker or set of headphones individually. After connecting, click on Advanced Settings by tapping the three-dot icon on the right. If the “dual audio” option is not already selected, switch it on. Users should be able to connect to two devices at once thanks to this.


Since AV receivers have the power to amplify passive speakers, they can frequently take the role of an external amplifier. For instance, you can use a phono cable to link your passive speaker wire to the device and then to the computer’s sound output.

Frequently Asked Questions

Bookshelf speakers are they inactive?

You’ll need to connect them to a stereo receiver because they are passive. If you’re piecemeal assembling an audiophile surround sound system, these bookshelf speakers are the best choice.

Can I use one channel to connect two speakers?

The quick answer is typically yes, but it also depends on a number of crucial factors, including the type of speakers being used, their Ohms rating, and the minimum Ohm rating of the stereo amplifier or receiver.

Any speakers that can be connected to a receiver?

In a nutshell, virtually any surround arrangement will function. Observe how the ohm loads. The typical range of stability for home radios is 6 to 8 ohms. Selecting 6-ohm speakers will make them somewhat louder and use a bit more power from the receiver.

Are passive speakers more musical?

Because powered speakers contain an amplifier, their drivers are often smaller (the part of a speaker that produces sound). Larger drivers typically produce cleaner, more balanced sound and enable the speaker to play at higher volumes.

Can passive and active speakers be combined?

Powered speakers and passive speakers can be combined and connected using the Red/Black standard connection or bi-wiring with the necessary twin cables. Because powered speakers draw a lot of power, passive speakers are frequently connected to powered speakers to prevent overloading the power supply.

What functions a passive speaker uses?

An amplified signal is used by passive speakers to operate. The signal is separated into those low and high frequencies in a circuit known as a crossover if the speaker has more than one driver (such as a mid/bass unit and a tweeter).

How do I synchronize many speakers?

Use Bluetooth to link one of the speakers to your mobile device. In order to hear a tone, press the Bluetooth and volume up keys simultaneously. Switch on the second speaker, then double-click the Bluetooth button. To connect additional speakers, repeat the speaker pairing procedure with the first speaker.

Is series or parallel wiring for speakers preferable?

Parallel speakers typically provide a louder sound than series speakers. Because of the increased overall speaker impedance (Ohms) load caused by series wiring, less electrical current (amps) can flow.

How are numerous Bluetooth speakers synced?

Click the many speaker’s button in the bottom left corner of the screen. Find a speaker can be tapped. To link speakers, drag their symbols down. The Bluetooth buttons on your speakers may need to be pressed for two seconds each if they don’t start playing immediately away.

Can speakers be daisy-chained?

The easiest approach to connect the speakers is to first connect the first speaker to the source device as usual, then connect the second speaker to the first, matching plus to plus and minus to minus. Although people frequently mistake this form of connection for a daisy chain, the speakers are really wired in parallel.


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