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Definitive Technology Incline

Definitive Technology Incline
alaScore 93

38 reviews

Oct, 2014

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alaTest has collected and analyzed 27 user reviews of Definitive Technology Incline from The average user rating for this product is 4.4/5, compared to an average user rating of 4.1/5 for other Speakers on

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This summary is based on the product: Definitive Technology Incline Audiophile Desktop System

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Definitive Technology Incline


Definitive Technology's Incline desktop speakers deliver excellent audio performance that is held back by some quirky design flaws.

Excellent audio performance with rich bass and articulate highs. Attractive design angles drivers toward ears. Can be used with digital outputs. Includes a subwoofer output

Some operational design flaws not usually seen in this price range

Definitive Technology's Incline is a stereo desktop PC speaker system with plenty of power and lovely balance. The angled contour delivers sound upward to the listener's ears, which is a design decision often overlooked by competitors. At $399, the...

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Almost perfect for me


These speakers sound really good. Sitting at my desk listening to them, they sounded clear, tight and i could feel the bass moving air. I only had two problems with them. 1. was that sitting in front of them at my desk they sounded really great but as...

The sound and design

Spacial sound and deep bass


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Inclined for Greatness!


These speakers have fantastic sound quality. I listen to a lot of good music and have a nice sound system in the man-cave. But for PC speakers these literally are the bomb! I actually bought the first set for my PC at a local retailer, then another 2...

Sound Quality, DAC, Size and Power


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Great computer speakers


The speakers by themselves sound wonderful, great highs and very clear. The lows are fine, particularly considering the (relatively) small size producing the bass. However, once I added a subwoofer (which these speakers allow; a bit unusual for USB...

Sound is outstanding, even better when paired with subwoofer

A little pricey

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Expensive but worth every penny


I've had many desktop speaker products over the years—from JBL to the built-in speakers of an Apple display. None have come close to the sound quality and build quality of these Definitive Tech Inclines. I wasn't expecting the sound quality from these...

Sound quality, bass, and soundstage

Price, may be too tall for some people's tastes

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Cost may be scary - but value is worth it


These speakers have insanely good sound quality. I'm a Hi-Fi audio junkie – using products like Bowers & Wilkins, Bang & Olufsen, Martin Logan, Oppo, and Marantz, I have a pretty extensive background in this spectrum of the world.These speakers are...

Phenomenal Hi-Fi Grade Sound, Easy to set up, Built-In Hi-Fi DAC, Sub Out, Lot of hookup options

Price - explained below

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Best Desktop Speakers at Best Buy


Best speakers available at Best Buy. I got this at excellent timing they were on sale for $50 off. So at 349.99 i'd say that's a pretty good price. I have the supercube 2000 def tech subwoofer to go with it, and it sounds great. What I really like...

great sound multiple connections, subwoofer out port

expensive, have to unplug 3.5 mm cable when using usb to computer

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Not bad at all


Ok so I wanted something better then your average Computer speakers. After doing much research...pouring over small amps and other bookshelf speakers..I decided to get theses. I have to say I'm pretty happy. I have it hooked up to my EMU-1212m sound...

The sound

The price

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Best set of desktop speakers with a few caveats...


I'm a big fan of the 'klipsch' sound and upgraded to these from a set of 2.1 promedias I've had for 5 years which I had augmented with a separate amp and subwoofer. After listening to the Inclines for a couple of songs, I instantly fell in love. I set...

Sound quality


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The best 2.0 computer speakers out there


I've listened to the Audioengine A2 and B&W MM-1 and these sound a whole lot better. All 2.0 PC speakers I've listened to sounded small, directional and lacked bass, which is understandable considering they need to be small. The Incline's sound like...

huge soundstage, huge bass without a sub

a bit pricey