Summary: Speakers are atop an 8' high wall, spaced 12' apart in a 1200 sq. ft. space. They sound (and look) great and have more than enough power to fill the room. These are hooked up to a stereo receiver and used as main speakers. You can't beat the price and mounting brackets are included. Would definitely buy again.
Summary: I have 3 pair of these and they work great, could use a little more base but the sound quality is impressive. I have 1 pair in my automotive area, 1 pair in my man cave and 1 pair in my deer processing area. The ceilings are 15 foot tall, the auto area is 23x36 and with just two of these, they fill the room. Now again, not a lot of base but my receiver I am feeding them with has an equalizer so I was able to boost the base up some.
Summary: Mounted these on my wall in the kitchen to replace our old stereo speakers. They are amazing, and make our much more expensive living room speakers sound muffled. You can't beat the sound for the price...I highly recommend them!
Summary: I have an area of 600 sq. ft. that has been remodeled into "my" room for my albums, foosball and kickback area. The sound that speakers give me is phenomenal for the area. No complaints for my application.
Summary: The Bose system is, of course, quite good. The high frequency notes are clear, crisp and clean. Actually the bass is pretty good too, even though it is meant to be more of a tweeter. My mid frequency array and sub-woofer are not a Bose but melds nicely into a fine surround sound system.
Summary: For a Bose speaker, I am a bit disappointed. Despite what the owners' manual says ("Unique Bose technologies, including *Stereo Everywhere*, deliver performance usually associated with much larger speakers"), I found these to be somewhat hollow sounding, generally under-performing a set of (a bit larger) Sony bookshelf speakers that I have to replace because of new space restrictions (ie.