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Edifier Bookshelf Speakers: R980T 4" Bookshelf Powered Studio Speakers EXPIRED

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Edifier Cyber Monday Bookshelf Speaker specials on Amazon:
(much better than their own site's Black Friday weekend sale)

I've been looking for a pair of cheap bookshelves, and waiting for these to go on sale again. The wait is over, and from what I've seen, these are all time lows for the popular R1280/R1700/R1850 models.

R980T [amazon.com] - $45.19

R1280T [amazon.com] - $64.99

R1280DB (Black) [amazon.com] - $84.49
R1280DB (Walnut) [amazon.com] - $84.49

R1700BT [amazon.com] - $97.49

R1850DB [amazon.com] - $129.99

R2000DB (Piano Black) [amazon.com] - $162.99
R2000DB (Wood Grain) [amazon.com] - $161.99

S2000 Pro [amazon.com] - $259.99

P12 (passive--need amp) [amazon.com] - $51.99

S350DB (2.1 system) [amazon.com] - $196.99
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TL;DR: This sale is legit. It is historical low for many products and extremely good for all.

The mod mangled the original post, hiding most if the sale items behind "& Many More." Click the "Original Post" to see a full list of for-sale items and links.

Historic prices. average, and comparison (according to a popular Amazon price tracking site):

R980T

Today: $45.19
Lowest Ever: $44.00 (Jul 23, 2017)
Real Normal: $70
35% off (vs. real normal)

R1280T

Today: $64.99
Lowest Ever: $1.54* (Aug 26, 2016)
Real Normal: $94.52
31% off (vs. real normal)

R1280DB

Today: $84.49
Lowest Ever: THIS
Real Normal: $124.28
32% off (vs. real normal)

R1700BT

Today: $97.49
Lowest Ever: $16.67* (Mar 24, 2017)
Real Normal: $140.12
30% off (vs. real normal)

R1850DB

Today: $129.99
Lowest Ever: THIS
Real Normal: $187.24
30% off (vs. real normal)

R2000DB

Today: $162.99
Lowest Ever: THIS
Real Normal: $236.50
31% off (vs. real normal)

S2000 Pro

Today: $259.99
Lowest Ever: THIS
Real Normal: $406.81
36% off (vs. real normal)

P12 (passive--need amp)

Today: $51.99
Lowest Ever: THIS
Real Normal: $86.99
40% off (vs. real normal)

S350DB (2.1 system)

Today: $196.99
Lowest Ever: $195.94 (Nov 08, 2019)
Real Normal: $272.75
27% off (vs. real normal)



*Almost certainly pricing mistakes.
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You should be, but it's not recommended. Bluetooth is notorious for audio lag. Use wires for permanent setups Smilie
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Great sale!

Thanks for posting.
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Thanks for posting.
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Yessssss! The deal I've been waiting for!
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How do the R1850DB compare to the R2000DB?
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Can I connect the Bluetooth model wirelessly to my TV if it supports Bluetooth output?
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Any recommendations on what model to use as computer speakers?
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Can I connect the Bluetooth model wirelessly to my TV if it supports Bluetooth output?
You should be, but it's not recommended. Bluetooth is notorious for audio lag. Use wires for permanent setups Smilie
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How do the R1850DB compare to the R2000DB?
I'm wrestling with the same decision.

The R2000s are a 120w system compared to 70 for the 1850s, but the 1850 has the sub out.

If you don't have a powered sub ready to go I think the 2000s are the clear choice, but if you have one it becomes more a complicated decision.
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R980T or R1280T as desktop speakers for gaming/movies?
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Any recommendations on what model to use as computer speakers?
If you only listen to them while you are on the computer, as in, always no more than 6 feet away, I would say something like the 1280T's would be sufficient and sound great. If you will use these for playing music and being away from the computer, basically using the computer as a sound system, might as well go for as much money as you are willing to spend.

We have the 1850DB's in the kitchen on top of the cabinets, hooked up to a Amazon Echo, and they sound great in our medium sized kitchen. I just ordered another set for my teenage son, as he really has no decent speakers except some small portable bluetooth speaker.
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R980T or R1280T as desktop speakers for gaming/movies?
I got the 1280t for my pc setup. Don't need Bluetooth and frequency response is better
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