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  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Crisp and Articulate but part of a larger purchase

    Posted
    PFunc
    • My Best Buy® Member

    These speakers are amazing. In buying these speakers I was on a mission based to reproduce the sound quality and performance from my Klipsch Promedia 2.1 desktop speakers to a home theater. If you've never experienced the klipsched Promedia 2.1 you should put that on your list of future purchases. I was able to accomplish this with a little creativity and research. Klipsch product Best Buy sales are usually huge, so be patient. Picked up the Quintet from Best Buy at 37% off usual Best Buy price. They come with high quality connection posts, wall mountable speaker stands and a glossy finish and removable speaker covers. Each speaker is likely to take you by surprise in terms of weight. These speakers are efficient. Highly sensitive mean you won't need a huge amplifier to get huge sound from them. Don't be turned back by their Satellite/Center 50/75 watt continuous power rating, these speakers pack a punch, nearly every watt is accounted for! The cross over frequency for these speakers need to be set to 120 Hz. The human voice is roughly in range of 80 Hz to 1100 Hz. A standard tuned guitar is capable of a low range of 82 Hz. A standard 4 string bass guitar starts at roughly 40 Hz. Since octaves repeat themselves and nice resonation occurs from the bottom up, you'll need a tight subwoofer to really bring a full sound stage from these speakers. So consideration for the frequency below 120 Hz needs to be considered. In short for example a powerful C note from a subwoofer will resonate with multiple other higher octaves as you go higher in Hz. I disagree with the recommend subwoofer pairing for these speakers, the klipsch SW-350. Bass is considered omnidirectional, meaning you won't be able to tell the direction from the subwoofer placement. This is true for a limited range of the bass frequency, I believe for the average listener it's below 60 Hz, and for the more active listner below 80 Hz. For discussion purposes we'll consider below 80Hz Omni Directional. We have 40 Hz of directional sound un accounted for with the recommened SW-350 downward firing subwoodfer. Given the 120 Hz cross over, the direction in which bass comes from becomes more apparent the closer to 120 Hz you come from. The SW-350 pounds no doubt, but to match the articulate Quintet you'll need to consider the placement and direction of the woofer of your subwoofer. In short a forward firing tight sounding subwoofer is a must for these speakers. On top of that a smaller powerful 8 inch forward firing woofer is a good match for these speakers(unless you can afford a powerful tight sounding larger subwoofer). Put a forward firing subwoofer away from the walls and elevated(cuts down on over powering boom) and point the woofer towards your average listening position and experience these speakers! I hope you'll note the amount of this review dedicated to subwoofer discussion. The Quintet are part of a larger purchase, being a nice subwoofer. I paired mine with a forward firing 8 inch and it sounds absolutely amazing! I must say my mission to bring the Klipsch ProMedia 2.1 sound quality into my Home Theater was a success!

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Excellent sound from small speakers

    Posted
    NoDeal

    After doing the usual "due diligence" with online reviews I put these speakers on my shortlist. On a whim I stopped into the BB closest to my work one evening figuring I would take a look, no harm in looking right? I wasn't planning to pull the trigger any time soon as I didn't own a receiver at the time. I arrive at the appropriate shelf space and all that remains are two boxes, both "open box" specials. The first box is marked at $350 and I am thinking "wow.....good price". I look at the second box and it's marked at $246!!!.....now we have a problem. I had no intention of buying speakers today....yet here they sit in front of me for $246. I asked one of the sales guys to cut open the box (sealed with BB tape). Everything is still sealed inside...not a single finger print on any of the speakers. The manual is there, along with the allen wrench for angle adjustment and adhesive feet. In the hand they feel reassuringly heavy. They have the look and feel of a quality device. After the sales guy told me I had the exact same warranty as a "new" purchase it really became a no-brainer. I knew if I didn't pick them up for this price I would kick myself later. I took my box o'speakers home and put it away in a safe place until I had something to plug them into. Over the next couple of weeks I bought the Pioneer 1021-K receiver (paid $430 for it....deal!!!) along with the Pioneer SW-8 sub (paid $116...another great deal). Of course I really wanted the Klipsch SW-350 but was able to pick up the highly rated/reviewed Pioneer sub for a fraction of the price. Last but certainly not least I purchased a 100' roll of 14 gauge shielded speaker cable. The speakers have binding posts not spring clips so high quality speaker cable can be accommodated. The base/mounting bracket swivels on a ball joint allowing the angle to be set and locked with three allen screws. The base can be removed completely for speaker stand mounting. Finally it was time to hook everything up, fingers crossed and throw up a prayer to the audio Gods for the desired result. These speakers bottom out at 120 Htz so that's a good point to set your sub woofer crossover point, this ensures that anything lower is handled by the sub and you don't get gaps in the frequency range during playback. Also set all speakers to "small" so that low frequencies are not sent to the front, center, or rear. The last thing you need is your satellite speakers trying to handle low frequencies, they are just not designed for it. I am not going to give an in-depth audio review here, that has been covered all over the net. I used "Rise of the Planet of the Apes", "Real Steal", and "Adele live at the Royal Albert Hall" all in 5.1 surround to test my system. I am not an audiophile but I know what sounds good to me, and this system sounds awesome. The speakers handled everything I threw at them with ease from the action sequences to Adele's dulcet tones. I could easily make it feel like the entire house was shaking and still have plenty of power to spare. My system totally makes it feel like being at the movies and considering IMAX theaters use Klipsch speakers, it's hardly surprising. Obviously this isn't top-of-the-line equipment but a solid mid-range system. For the price I paid, I am a very happy camper. Now it's time to shop for a new tv ;)

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    I will only buy Klipsch

    Posted
    kdavidh

    I just bought these speakers to use with a 7.1 surround setup. I have a Sony STR-DH520 receiver and Sony SB1000 bookshelves for the rears. (I didn't choose these Sony speakers for any specific reason. Only using them because I had them and figured, 'why not?') I use these 5 speakers for center, left/right, and surround left/right along with a Klipsch Sub-10 for the subwoofer. I have to admit that I used to be a Best Buy employee and I worked in just about every department of the store. My time in the Home Theater department exposed me to a wide variety of speaker brands and Klipsch always stood out to me the most. Most people seem to only think of Bose when they think of high-end home theaters. I had heard Bose systems before and I knew that they were loud, had plenty of bass, and sounded very "clear" with a lot of high-end. I had not known, however, that speakers could sound so incredibly life-like and full until I heard Klipsch for the first time. I honestly have never been disappointed by Klipsch. I bought a 2.1 system to use with my iMac as well and it was equally as impressive as their Home Theater speakers. Don't get me wrong, other higher-end speaker manufacturers like Bose and Polk do sound VERY good, but to my ear Klipsch just sounds worlds better. From my Klipsch speakers I would describe the sound as being extremely rich and pure. "Rich" meaning that you don't notice "too much high-end" or "not enough mids" but instead get a very even-sounding mix. When I say "pure" I mean that when you hear music or movies through these speakers it makes you think "Wow, this must be exactly how the director/artist intended the sound to be heard." Another positive point to note is that the speaker's own pedestal doubles as a wall-mount. This made them much easier to install than other speakers that I've installed in the past and they look fantastic on the wall. I hope this review is helpful for some. I honestly cannot rave enough about these speakers or anything else I've ever used from Klipsch. I promise that I haven't worked at a Best Buy for YEARS and I'm not here as an employee trying to sell you something. I honestly just love this product! haha.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Best Surround System for the Money

    Posted
    Bryon
    • My Best Buy® Member

    When I purchased these, I was looking to build a home theater system for video games and blu-ray on my Denon 1910. I was a little worried because when I'd heard Klipsch speakers previously they were too bass and treble-heavy with insufficient mids (in stark contrast to "no highs, no lows: Bose"). However, this quintet system paired with a nice subwoofer (I have a Def Tech 10") sounds perfect. The quintet speakers have excellent highs but they don't suffer from the tinny sound of cheaper speakers or the ear-piercing highs of some of their cheaper horn tweeters. The mids sound perfect, especially from the center channel. The speakers themselves really surprised me with the amount of bass they would put out--for example, when playing Call of Duty, if there is an explosion behind me, the satellites will render it with a very nice boom. Although they don't have the depth or warmth of the high-level floor-standers, for the size and price these are amazing speakers. I like that the terminals will take a thick gauge speaker wire--this is one of the biggest advantages over the home theater sets with modular inputs (better power and clarity, and easily replaceable). They pack quite a punch-you can turn them up very loud and as far as I've gone I haven't heard any distortion. Of course, the quality of your audio depends on the source, and I have to say these speakers really shine when watching an HD-Master Audio or Dolby True HD blu-ray. I could not believe the difference when I switched from Dolby Digital to True HD, and I highly recommend getting a receiver that has this capability. When I was considering these, I was also looking at a similar Polk set and the Bose all-in-one set. I have to say the Klipsch wins. The Polks are good for music but they don't have as much range and the "wow factor" just isn't there. And the Bose, well, as I see it they crank up the volume as loud as they can in their store displays to blow people away, but once you get them home you realize that these tiny little things have miserable treble and almost no bass, you can't replace anything easily, and they cost WAY too much. I spent about $1,500 on my receiver, sub, and these speakers, so it's a bit of dough, but less than the Bose and much better sound quality imo. I love them; highly recommended.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Incredible Speaker System

    Posted
    TrenaSC
    • My Best Buy Premier Silver Member

    I was shopping for a Bose sound system because I had seen and heard it among my family and friends. When I was at the store perusing it, one of the sales rep asked if he could help. When I told him what I was looking for and trying to make up my mind between two different sets of Bose speaker systems, he said, come check this out before you buy anything. He took me over to the sound setup area where they had connected various speaker systems to the same radio station and CD player. He had me first go listen to the radio system and then to the CD on the two different Bose systems and then had to listen to the same stuff on the Klipsch System and I was blown away by the incredible difference. The Bose system could not take a lick to the Klipsch speakers. On that week (two years ago) the Klipsch speaker system was on sale with the 10" Klipsch subwoofer for the price of $550. I also ended up purchasing the Denon AVR 2808CI receiver to connect it. It took me about 45 minutes to set everything up. I am still blown away when I watch movies. It is incredibly amazing to watch DVD movies that are DTS-audio based and you feel you are sitting in the midst of the movie theater. Also have added a very cheap Blu-ray player (for less than $100 about six months ago) but the sound quality is incredible. As far as I am concerned for the price you pay on this system, nothing compares to it, PERIOD!!! Go buy this one and you will never regret it. By the way, the sales rep who sold me on it himself owns this system. I like guys (sales reps) who recommend a product that they are using themselves. Naveen, Adams Run, SC

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Niche product, I compared with Bose and B&W M1

    Posted
    VikrantNJ

    I am an audio enthusiast and musical instruments player. I was searching for a great sounding system and I had Bose systems in mind. I heard them at many places they are simply awesome, except for the fact that you have to spend a minimum of $2000 for the smallest 5.1 home theater they have. I also heard B&W M1s, I was blown away by these little speakers quality, they actually sing for you. Again, $225 for one speaker. Searching online I came across Klipsch Quintent speakers. I found a great deal and I paired them with a Polk Sub PSW 110 along with Denon AVR 1611. All together costed me $800 (I got good online deals). After listening to a few songs I was sure I had a better or at least similar sounding product as Bose, but at less than half the price!!! The B&Ws might sound better than Klipsch Quintet, BUT only one step. The Klipsch speakers perform really well at all volume levels. All my favorite songs sounded so much better and clearer ever on these speakers. For movies, I played Avatar, Spiderman, King Kong .. all of which have pretty good sound effects. These speakers reproduced all the scenes very well. I am not going to change them for any other brand, unless I wish to upgrade to Electrosats. Pros: Excellent & clear sound quality, Banana Plug adapters, Glossy finish Cons: Center channel could have been more powerful (it doesn't mean it is bad) BUY THESE. You won't go wrong with them at this price range (they will compete with speakers of much higher price range). LOVE THEM.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Great sound

    Posted
    TRTR
    • My Best Buy® Member

    New Home Theater, room is 18 X 30 and these fill the room. Great sound range, I hear sounds in movies now I never heard before. These are powered by a Yamaha RX-867 Receiver, and recommend both Yamaha and Klipsch they make a great couple. I always liked the sound of Bose (at least on the show room floor), but so many reviews noted the poor quality for Bose recently, I did not want to put down the dollars and be disappointed. The home theater specialty shops pretty much laughed at me when I said my price range for speakers is ~$500, then proceeding to demonstrate speakers in that price range that sounded awful. I heard Klipsch Quintet V on the shelf, then fortunate for me they were also setup in a home theater display. After about a 20 minute wait to get the theater demo spun up, I was glad I waited...these speakers are wonderful, and at a great price. I actually got these for 40+% off, and then also purchase a 8" sub-woofer...full retail for that :o(.. After about 100 hours researching and shopping speakers, I rolled the dice on Klipsch, and every now and then I do something right, purchasing the Quintet V was absolutely a home run. I'm not an audiofile, but I am an engineer so do know a little about sound re-production, the extremely expensive speakers in the Home Theater specialty shops did not even come close to these. Good luck, may you find something your ears enjoy!

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Good performance, Good price, finicky mounting

    Posted
    zroger73

    For 20 years, I used a set of Realistic Minimum-7 speakers in my home theater. These were "cheap" speakers from Radio Shack that, by chance, were well-engineered and still sound good to this day. I just got tired of looking at them and wanted something more modern in appearance. Most average home theater listeners won't be able to tell a huge difference between Bose, Polk, or Klipsch in this category. I found Bose to sound acceptable, but way over-priced and over-marketed. First, this system doesn't include a sub, so one is definitely a requirement. Consider spending an additional $100 to $400 for one. Even then, you're still cheaper than Bose with as good or better sound quality. Second, the mounting system allows for numerous mounting options, few of which make much sense to me. I'd have preferred a simple 1/4-20 bottom mount and a hanging wall bracket. I find the supplied mounting system to be overcomplicated. I found the most secure wall-mounting method to be to mount the speakers upside down for the most compact and secure installation. The Klipsch logo will be upside down, but few will notice. Overall, these speakers sound just as good as I would have expected from the Klipsch name. I would have preferred a simpler mounting system, but that's about the only negative I can find.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Great if if you want a basic surround system.

    Posted
    12tang
    • My Best Buy Premier Silver Member

    These speakers sound great! I bought these because there was no sub, which I can't have since I live in on a top floor in an apartment. Without the sub, these speakers can still produce enough bass to make blu ray movies sound great! Another reason why I bought these was because at the time ,they were on sale and I saved $150, the regular price is $550. You can opt to mount these on the wall which is really neat and there is a swivel so you can point them however you like. The speaker wire connectors are quality connecters. You can remove the dust screen on these if you want a different look which is pretty cool but I'll leave mine on. Klipsch is known to make wonderful theater speakers and these definitely qualify. My brother has a home theater in the box setup and it sounds inferior to my klipsch. Get these if you want to have a surround sound system that sounds absolutely great! Stay away from the home theater in the boxes unless you want everything included. Although I must tell you, it's not hard at all to connect these speakers up with a good receiver. I bought a Sony STR-DH520 receiver and it drives these speakers no problem. If I had tower speakers, I'd get a better receiver. For my apartment though, my setup is perfect and with a little left on the table still.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

    DIscouraged about Sound Quality

    Posted
    CoastalMarine
    • My Best Buy® Member

    I purchased the Quintets, with the SW 350 sub and a Yahama 667 reciever to upgrade my home theater. I had a Bose system that lasted 18 years. I read all the reviews about the Quintet speaker system, so I decided to try them out. After getting everything hooked up and getting the back speakers mounted on the wall (which the mounting bracket is not user friendly as far as having to remove plate to measure holes), and the grill covers are not very secure, it was time to fire the system up. The Yahama reciever has a mic that is used to set the speaker tones. After going through the process of setup, it was time to listen. The SW 350 sub packs a punch, and is awesome, but I was not getting the sound quality out of the speakers. I made a few adjustments on the sub, and then the reciever,but still did not hear the quality. I do not know if they need burn in time or not. I called Klipsch and talked to a rep and the answer he gave was personal preference of sound (what a help he was). That really did not sit well, and if that is how service will be then I want nothing to do with them. I have listened to the Definitve Pro Cinema 600 & 800 and the sound I feel is much better so now just deciding which one if the sound does not improive before my thirty day period is up.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Great Speakers

    Posted
    Brent07
    • My Best Buy Premier Silver Member

    I was originally looking for a soundbar or another 2 speaker system but I knew I wouldn't get the sound I was looking for out of a 5.1 system. The speakers sound clarity is amazing you can hear every detail in a movie. I was recently watch the movie "Gamer," I was impressed. When the guns started shooting and things starting blowing up I felt like I was right in the middle of it all. These speakers alone don't have much bass so it is necessary to purchase a subwoofer to compliment the speakers. I bought the 10" Klipsch Subwoofer and the Denon AVR-590 reciever. My set up is very impressive and it isn't too expense. Don't be fooled by the 2.1 systems or soundbars, if you want quality theater like sound these speakers are a must have. The only thing I don't like about this system is that the speakers cost $110 a piece and I think for that much this package should include a subwoofer. These speakers don't push out enough base for theater like sound by themselves so Klipsch should have added in a sub (docked on rating).

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    I'm Not a Surround Sound Guru

    Posted
    Anonymous
    • My Best Buy® Member

    I had been wanting a surround system system for a while and finally, after hours of exhausting comparisons and research (probably what you are doing right now), decided on this system. There were a number of reasons I chose Klipsch speakers with a Yamaha receiver. Reason # 1: Numerous online forums, including Best Buy's customer reviews, had good opinions of Klipsch speakers. I also read some positive expert opinions on Klipsch that talked about technical information that I had no use in remembering. Reason #2: Ideally I wanted Bose speakers but I'm not one to pay premium price for marginal quality. ( I'm the kinda guy who will pay premium price for name brand quality but only when it's worth it). I read many bad reviews about Bose being overpriced and overhyped but to be fair, they always sound great in other homes. Great sound whether watching "Gangs of New York" as I am doing right now or playing Black Ops on PS3 (wife hates it).

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Can't Beat this Price for the Such Great Sound

    Posted
    JamRam
    • My Best Buy® Member

    Best buy bent over backwards to get me these speakers. Its a long story, lets just say allen at corporate contacted me personally and the customer service was better than expected. Thank you best buy! Klipsch did a great job with this Quintet package. A great idea with great quality. They sound better than expected. I don't have to drive my amp (Marantz ZR6001SP) near as hard and the sound is so crisp and clean. squeaky shoes on the basketball court, racing, and the breaking of glass or guns shooting in movies, went from OK to Holy S***! For such little speakers the bass is very good. Wall mounting brackets are very versatile and easy to mount. Big Plus! Very sleek and sharp looking. The center speaker, although it has 2 Midrange speakers and 1 tweeter it will be my next $500 upgrade. Works great just a little small for my 7.1 system. and it did not come with mounting bracket like sorround speakers This is a perfect up grade for any theater system. I would recommend it to any one with a good A/V Receiver.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Great Sound, Great Price!

    Posted
    Mrbaseball220
    • My Best Buy® Member

    I was considering both Bose ($999) and this one. All I can say is I am so glad I saved myself $700. The sound quality of these speakers is amazing. I read all the great reviews but still wanted to go to the store to listen to them. I actully almost didn't buy them because they sounded awful in the store. I decided to givey them a try because the price was $299 (originally $549) and also because of the return policy. Basically I was going to get them and have 30 days to try them out and if I didn't like them I'd just return them. I only needed ten minutes to realize these were not going back to the store I was replacing a pair of much larger infinity speakers and boy am I impressed. They come with stands for eitehr wall mounting or setting on a table top. They are not as small as the bose, but not so big they look gaudy on the wall. Great size, great price, great sound. These are a must have!.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    I waited forever and finally got these!

    Posted
    RabidNemo

    I saw these speakers months ago, and kept waiting for them to go on sale to purchase for my living room home theater. I have a set of Klipsch front speakers that I bought 18 years ago, and still sound as awesome as the day I bought them!!! Finally, Best Buy offered them for $300 off with the purchase of speakers and Yamaha receiver, so I got them. When setting them up it is a little surprising how heavy each speaker is, because these days I get used to so many cheap satellites. These felt substantial. I have them matched with a new Polk Audio 12" subwoofer. They sound amazing. Music and movies alike are vividly rendered with the highs, and it's clear that the center that came with these is better than a Yamaha one I replaced and had purchased separately. I am very pleased, and hope to have this set as long as I have had the other set of front Klipsch speakers. When I purchase a house I will wire them into the walls for a very polished installation.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Got these for under $280.. amazing speakers!

    Posted
    natabq24
    • My Best Buy Premier Silver Member

    I was going back and for between these, orbs, and other JBL Speakers and after seeing these on sale I jumped on the Klipsh. I have these hooked up to a Yamaha RX- V667 with the Klipsh SW-350 and after calibrating them I have to say this is an amazing system. No distortion, super clean sound and paired with the SW-350 Very solid wall thumping base! I usually can only watch a movie at -20 and my receiver can go to +16. All the speakers I was looking into were rated very high, especially the orbs, but for the price I am very happy with the Klipsh. My sister who has B & W speakers which just 2 cost more than my whole set was amazed at the clarity and power of this setup. I would recommend these speakers to anyone!

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

    Somewhat Disappointed

    Posted
    bjeeper

    My wife wanted smaller speakers in the family room so I bought these based on the reviews to replace some Polk speakers that sounded much better but were much larger then the Quintets. I don't know why but I need to put around 20% more volume to the Quintets to get to the same sound level and they start distorting at a lower volume then I expected. They look and feel like quality but I am disappointed in the sound. I have them set up with a Onkyo SR-607 and a 12" Klipsch sub. When ever the subwoofer rumbles or hits at medium or hard it will knock the speaker grates off the front of the Quintets and they are at least 12 feet apart. I paid $299.99 for them just before Christmas and they are worth that but I would be running back to BestBuy to return them if I had paid full price of $549.99. I would ONLY recommend them to a friend if they could get them for $300.00 or less!!

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    great speakers for there size

    Posted
    scdarick
    • My Best Buy Premier Silver Member

    like i said they have great sound for there size, added the klipsch 450 subwoofer and a internet ready yamaha to round off my system in the main family room, had to use some 2-way foam tape under the floor pads on the subwoofer just to keep it from walking across the floor on its own. i have hard wood floors. the bass this system puts out makes your chair rattle, and the 4 suround sound speakers screem with audio, tried cranking it up and my nieghbors 2 doors down heard it...so yes these are speakers worth having on any system.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Truly Epic

    Posted
    GeorgeW
    • My Best Buy Premier Silver Member
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    I just picked up these insanely bad boys for the sale price of $290. Best deal I've ever seen. I was upgrading from a Samsung HTIB... I bought a Pioneer receiver last weekend, coupled with the Klipsch 350 powered subwoofer. Decided that I wanted to bump my total up so that I'd get the 36 month financing. I'd been thinking of adding these, and then saw the price and that was all she wrote. Took me all of 5 minutes to switch out the old tiny speakers and wire them in. Sound is crystal clear, even when using the tuner. Tonight I'll pump up some BD movies and I'm certain it will be... truly epic.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Good speakers, great value

    Posted
    ernieb123
    • My Best Buy Premier Silver Member

    I bought these at Best Buy packaged with the Synergy 10 sub (an awesome sounding sub) & Yamaha's feature-packed RX-V665 receiver and so far am quite happy. Great overall value and good sound. However, I almost think these speakers are a little too small for my large living room with 24 ft ceiling. I'm thinking of getting a pair of front speakers to make a 7.1 ch. system & hopefully get more midrange power, but I'm afraid they'll overpower the small center channel. These are high quality, affordable speakers, although they don't look it. They look cheap until you pick them up and realize how solidly they're made. I highly recommend them, but if you have a huge room, you might need a little more power.

    I would recommend this to a friend