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. I also have to say the finish on the speakers looks a lot better in person than in the pictures.
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. The center speaker is the reason I bought these & the price was cheap for the hole setup can't beat it. Movies sound great vocals are clear and load now music sounds good to no complaints so far.
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. I've heard complaints about these speakers being 6 ohm but the Onkyo receivers which are stable a even below 6 ohms power these speakers effortlessly.
Summary: I would like to rate these at 4.5 out of 5. They were a little smaller than I expected but that isn't a big deal. They have great midrange and the highs are clear, I highly recommend pairing this set of speakers with a subwoofer. The lows aren't that good but that is to be expected and perfectly normal. There little to no distortion if you pair these speakers with the right amp at the correct settings.
Summary: So I bought these speakers, together with the much more expensive BIC America Venturi DV64 2-Way Tower Speaker, Black (Single) speakers. Comparing them both, the BIC's (though more expensive) have a much better upper range (from 500Hz up) than the Jamo's. Their tweeters are very good, while the Jamo's use regular dome tweeters, and sound just like that. However the BIC's are too bright. Also the bics suck in the low end; where the Jamo's are much better.
Summary: Great value sound system for all purposes. Lovely mid-range, exciting high notes, enough grunt to make movies thrilling, and music vibrant and absorbing. Pair with decent receiver and subwoofer for the full aural spectrum experience. For those with a keen ear, there is always better, but no regrets for me at this price.
Summary: I bought this system when it was on the lightning deal, and was $129. Having read that it was from Klipsch, I couldn't pass them up. They are very well constructed, and look fantastic. But looks aren't everything are they? Let me get into the audio quality: Two front speakers: They sound just as good as the Klipsch speakers they replaced, and look way better.