Arylic is better known for its connected audio devices such as the Arylic A50+ wireless amplifier or S50 Pro+ wireless stereo pre-amplifier, but the company has now launched its first passive speakers with the Arylic BK501 and BK651 bookshelf speakers that integrate high-end Heil AMT (Air Motion Transformer) tweeters.
The BK501 is a pair of 5-inch speakers with 80W peak power, while the BK651 is a pair of 6.5-inch stereo speakers delivering up to 100W peak power.
The specifications table below shows how both models compare.
|Nominal/peak power Handling
|Suitable For Amplifiers
|Recommended amplifier output
|Efficiency (2.0V /1m)
300 x 170 x 253mm
350 x 204 x 289mm
Silicone pads & Drying agent
Both speakers support Treble up to 40kHz to feel detailed treble clarity and brightness, 180° wide soundstage, feature a fiberglass mid-woofer and received FSC Environmental Certification. Both designs include an MDF (medium-density fiberboard) cabinet with 15mm thick walls for the KB501 and 18mm thick walls for the BK651.
Arylic says the Heil AMT tweeter found in its speakers uses a folded Kapton ribbon diaphragm in addition to a high-grade black diaphragm. This design makes the vibration area larger, the appearance nicer, and more importantly makes the sound clearer and brighter.
The BK501 and BK651 bookshelf speakers can be connected to your computer or TV to dramatically improve the sound quality when connected to an adequate stereo amplifier such as the S30+ or S50+. The speakers have also been optimized for vocals since the treble can handle up to 40 KHz to deliver a clean, detailed, and highly dynamic output.
The Arylic BK501/651 2-way bookshelf speakers are available at a 20% discount to US and European customers until April 2. Specifically, the BK501 can be purchased for $455.20, while the larger and more powerful BK651 can be had for $559.20. Regular prices are $569 and $699 respectively. The speakers will ship from local warehouses in the US and Europe, with a 30-day return policy, and a 5-year warranty.
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