Sony’s SSF Floorstanding speakers are great as budget speakers for under $200 as a set! Both models SSF-7000 and SSF-5000 have been very well received by customers, but are you torn which model should you go for? Here’s a side by side comparison to help you out.

FeatureNewly developed 8" mica reinforced woofer
8" enhanced H.O.P. cone woofer
3.25" Mid-driver
1" Nano-Fine balanced dome tweeter
200-Watt maximum input power
Newly developed 8" mica reinforced woofer
3.25" mid-driver
1" Nano Fine balanced dome tweeter
150-watt maximum input power
45-50,000Hz frequency response
TitleSony SSF-7000 Floor-Standing 4-way Speaker with 8" Woofer (Pair)Sony SSF-5000 Floor Standing 3-way Speaker (Pair)
Warranty1 year limited1 year warranty
Height42 inch33 inch
Weight33.07 pound56.2 pound
Width11.5 inch9.5 inch
Length12 inch9 inch

As you can see from the table above, the Sony SSF-7000 is a 4-way speaker while the SSF-5000 is a 3-way speakers. So naturally, the SSF-7000 is bigger in both sound and size, which you should consider if you’re limited space-wise. Both models are sold in a set of two, and are priced under $200, making them an excellent choice for anyone on a budget. The SSF-7000 does have a better and larger subwoofer, so if you’re looking for a better sound or looking to cover a larger area, that would be the model to go with.

Click here to learn more about the Sony SSF-7000.

Click here to learn more about the Sony SSF-5000


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