Summary: I got these for a STEAL. Klipsch makes Jamo and Energy so you know its coming down a renowned factory line. These were suggested by a friend and I am a happy camper. I actually got 2 sets of these for my 7.2 home theater. I am using the remaining 3 speakers (Center and Surround) in a different room.
Summary: If your on a tight budget and don't have lot's of room for bigger towers then this is a great buy. The fronts do a decent job with bass and overall sound quality. It isn't a super high end system but for the average listener it works great.
Summary: I have had these speakers for about a month now. So for they sound great but you will need a sub woofer to get the full home theater experience. They are a big upgrade from my Sony speakers. Still running on a Sony receiver that I need to upgrade to.
Summary: I was not expecting the sound that came out of these speakers. Then I saw Klipsch is the manufacturer and then was like ok why not. Some Audiophiles may like all the same speakers in their 7.2 set up but it is about what sounds good to you.
Summary: Although I wish the towers had frequency response down a bit further, these speakers perform moderately well, and give a reasonably good soundstage with accurate imaging. The center channel sounds a bit overly bright, but other than that this is a solid set.
Summary: I saw these for $1200aus at a store and considered buying them. I could not believe that this price was real! Build quality is great and the speakers sound decent. For a first Home theatre surround center it's perfect. The center speaker is probably the weak link but it's a great starting point.
Summary: I bought this speaker setup to replace my main speakers that I moved into my recently created Man Cave. These speakers will be used will be used primarily along with a Onkyo TX-NR515 and a Klipsch sub.