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ELAC Uni-fi UB5 vs. Micca COVO-S
ELAC Uni-fi UB5 Bookshelf Speakers
The ”Uni-fi” in this speaker’s name comes from its unique driver arrangement. Using a design commonly associated with KEF, ELAC uses a concentric driver that places a 1” soft dome tweeter in the middle of a 4” midrange cone driver. This allows high and midrange sounds to reach your ears at exactly the same time, for a superior soundstage and imaging.
Micca COVO-S Compact 2-Way Bookshelf Speakers
These tiny speakers are probably not the best choice for mains, but their sound quality considering the size and price makes them great in multi-channel setups. Able to be mounted just about anywhere, they can be used for rear, overhead, and side surrounds, and are particularly popular as dedicated Atmos speakers.
- The front face of the ELAC Uni-fi UB5 is approximately 374.79% larger than that of the Micca COVO-S.
- The depth of the ELAC Uni-fi UB5 is approximately 138.97% deeper than that of the Micca COVO-S.
- The spatial volume of the ELAC Uni-fi UB5 is approximately 1034.60% greater than that of the Micca COVO-S.
Note: the above comparisons are based on the dimensions of a bounding rectangle that would fit the front face of a speaker. In the case of volume, measurements are based on a cube that would enclose the speaker entirely. These measurements do not take into account variations in the speaker shape, such as curves, diagonal edges, or cutaways. These measurements cannot be relied upon to measure the internal volume of the speaker.
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- ELAC Uni-fi UB5 Bookshelf Speakers vs. other speakers
- Micca COVO-S Compact 2-Way Bookshelf Speakers vs. other speakers