Summary: Great speakers being used as in walls in a larger living room. Room is about 20x20 and there are no issues with power or sound distribution. Neat feature with the aimable tweeter. Easy installation and attractive finished look. Kind of a no-brainer with a name like JBL. My fear was that in-wall speakers would not be sufficient, or would cause unwanted in wall sound, but definitely not the case, they sound great!
Summary: Installed as front high speakers in a 7.1 surround system. Not counting on them to produce lower than 50 hz but they function well in their surround role. Clean installation that blends right in without being noticed.
Summary: I installed these in my kitchen with a Lepai LP-2020A+ amplifier and an Apple Airport Express. That's about US$300 for a great sounding and discrete looking in-wall speaker system supporting Airplay (if you have iPads, iPhones, iPods and Macs, this is the way to go). Overall these speakers provide a great frequency response including a solid bass performance with good authenticity overall.
Summary: I love the sound produced and the swivel tweeter (I thought was a gimmick) are actually very useful in my environment. My only issue was that the mounting tabs could have been deeper (longer) as my walls are extraordinarily thick and I had to back the screws out to the point of the last thread in order to get enough rotation to grab the inside of the wall material.
Summary: I have these hooked up as my surround speakers on my Sony 7.2 channel receiver Sony STRDN1030 Wi-Fi Network A/V Receiver . I have 23 year old Bose Acoustimass AM-5's for the front speakers, the center speaker is a new BIC America FH6-LCR Dual 6.5-Inch 175-Watt LCR Speaker with Mid/High Frequency Horn , and the sub-woofer is a BIC America F12 12-Inch 475-Watt Front Firing Powered Subwoofer .
Summary: If budget friendly is important, this is the way to go. Much better than typical surround sound paper cone speakers. Do not drive them with more than a 25 watt amp. 80 watt peak is dead on the money.