Let's start today's review by asking what is the absolute minimum you would consider spending on a pair of speakers.
Well how about just $30.
The Dayton Audio B452s are a pair of ultra budget speakers which can be picked up for a dime less than 30 bucks.
And yet they don't necessarily look or sound that nasty.
The speakers come with a 4.5 inch polycarbonate driver, a five-eights of an inch tweaker, and wooden cabinets.
Boosting the value proposition is the fact it comes with two sets of speaker wires in the box.
You just need to supply your own amp, don't expect bass depth at this size but they can reach down 85 hertz, you might wanna consider a subwoofer as well, but the sound is pretty clear for the price and will sound better than most cheap sound bars they throw in with your tv, but if you want better performance for not much more consider sixty dollar [UNKNOWN] six five two [UNKNOWN] with a much better [UNKNOWN] and better drivers.
For the money though there's basically nothing else that can compete with the Dayton audio B452.
And all makes decent sound for game room and holiday house.
This has been Ty Pendalbrief for cnet.com
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