4 reviews

Aperion Intimus 4B

$130.00 Released January, 2010

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Excellent sound for a small speaker. High-quality, attractive finish. Suitable for rear surround use as well.

The Cons:Limited bass and low-mid response.

The Aperion Intimus 4B are small 2-way bookshelf speakers at the low-end of the Aperion lineup. They feature a 4" woven-fiberglass mid-range woofer and 1" silk-dome tweeter. They are sold individually for $130 each with the step-up models Aperion 5B ($225 each) and Aperion 6B ($345 each) featuring larger mid-range woofers (5.25" and 6.5" respectively) and, thus deeper bass response.

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Product Shot 2 The frequency response form the 4Bs only go as low as 120 Hz (+/- 3dB), but not much more can be expected from a speaker of this size; it only measures 8.75" H x 5.33" W x 5.5" D. They are made from the same High Density Fiberboard (HDF) as the other speakers in the Intimus lineup and are available in glossy black and medium cherry. The 4B bookshelves can be paired with the Aperion Intimus 4C center channel ($160), or can be used as a rear-surround in a more powerful setup.


  • small-sized 2-way bookshelf speaker
  • mid-range: 4" woven-fiberglass
  • tweeter: 1" silk-dome
  • frequency response: 120 Hz - 20 kHz +/- 3dB
  • suitable power: 25 - 200 Watts
  • sensitivity: 84 dB
  • enclosure: 3/4" HDF available in glossy black and medium cherry
  • removable front grille
  • 5-way binding post speaker terminals
  • dimensions: 8.75" H x 5.33" W x 5.5" D
  • weight: 6.5 lbs
  • price: $130 each (sold individually)

User Reviews (4)

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  • 4

    Excellent sound for a small speaker

  • 3

    High-quality, attractive finish

  • 3

    Suitable for rear surround use as well

  • 3

    Good price for a high quality speaker

  • 3

    5-way binding posts

  • 2

    10 year warranty

  • 2

    Free shipping

  • 1

    Limited bass and low-mid response

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