Summary: Still using my 10" 188 watt woofer that contains the amp to run all the speakers 65 watts each front and surround and 69 watts for the center channel.
Pros: These things are huge almost 4 ft tall replacements for the ones that came with my Logitech 5500 system that puts out 65 watts per channel and I can't turn it up all the way without getting evicted. I also got the S 10 surround speakers and the C 10 center. For a complete Klipsch 5.1 system the r...
Summary: I also recommend the JBL. ES-90......price just a hair higher ...but the JBLS look better.....and have a more balanced sound and much better midrange . GET THEM AT JBL.COM DIRECT...about 199.00 ea I'm running the KLIPSCH F30 for left and right.....a JBL ES-90 for center speaker......and 2 JBL.
Pros: Superb high end.....I even thought about buying some Tatrix horns and installing them in some old legacy speakers I have. Mid range is ok....bass ok....but is somewhat lacking......very nice overall look and quality finish........overall superb for the money....I paid 169.00 each.
Cons: You will absolutely need a sub woofer.....as it's lacking...the real...low end. I recommend the JBL 12 inch unit....get it direct from JBL site for 199.00 on sale.....fantastic.....you won't be sorry. It makes it all come alive.
Summary: These speakers are heavy and tall. They certainly look cheap, when compared to other Klipsch, even Polk-Audio. But boy, they do sound good. Make sure that you have enough juice in your receiver. Make sure that you burn them first and have adequate woofer support.
Pros: I absolutely love these speakers. The where purchased to replace my old JBL speakers in my surround sound system. They have great highs, smooth mid. and great base. I would recommend these to all my friends and family. Need two rears, two mids, and and center channel to complete my setup.
... Bookshelf speakers in the past and thought they were pretty decent speakers
Amazon Customer, Amazon
24 June 2015
Summary: I have used Klipsch Bookshelf speakers in the past and thought they were pretty decent speakers. We moved into a larger house and the bookshelf speakers were no longer sufficient so I began looking for larger speakers.
Summary: I upgraded to these from the F-20's and am extremely pleased! I've only had them for the day so far, but from what I've already heard, I'll be very happy for quite some time! I've got these, the C-20, a pair of B-20's, four S-20's, an SVS cylinder sub, and a Sony AVR in the driver seat that makes me...
Pros: Great sound, very large, appealing looks, free shipping, and the price point was perfect!
Summary: I have used the Klipsch Reference series speakers since the mid nineties. I need speakers for my cabin and didn't want to spend an arm and a leg. I found these after an extensive search for the KF-28(pretty much the same speaker) From the sound of these speakers, Klipsch has continued to improve...
Pros: Great sound, non fatiguing, you can listen to these for hours on end, price was a fantastic deal!
Cons: Shipping seams to be lacking, both speakers arrived in damaged boxes.
Summary: Disclaimer: I am no audiophile, and the number of >$200 speakers I can compare it to is small. The audio is great. When watching movies, I am sometimes tricked into thinking a background noise is actually in my house.
Pros: Sound great. Very good bass for what it is. They look quite nice if you go for black wood for visible grain. Impressively large.
Cons: Dimensions given here are only the wooden box the speakers are set in. It does not include the front bezel or the feet. Add 2" to all 3 dimensions for accurate overall values. -1 egg because this could actually cause someone a lot of trouble. safe values for site planning are 44"Hx18"Dx12"W. Poss...