Summary: My speakers arrived with some external damage caused by shipping. I contacted the seller and they were very prompt and helpful. They gave me discount for the inconvenience after I sent them the pictures proving the damage. Despite this issue I am very happy with the speakers' performance.
Summary: I've read reviews stating these are too bright which is true but I've pumped almost 1000 hours into mine. They warm up and smooth out pretty quickly and are absolutely stunning to hear. I run my old school Pioneer SPEC 2 and the details are gorgeous.
Summary: Wow, these things ROCK. Was tickled to find them on sell and happy as hell I got them. I have them paired with a Harman Kardon 1650 and they sound great. Very nice quality all around. Hey, what else would one expect from Klipsch..
Summary: I don't know enough about sound to give a fancy, schmancy review, but I can say that I believe they sound amazing. I upgraded from an Onkyo HT system to two vintage Sony floorstanders to these WF-35s. I thought the old Sony's sounded amazing, but these are a cut above.
Pros: Looks, size, sound, price, removable/interchangeable feet, magnetic grill
Pros: Wasn't looking to spend a whole lot on a system and got these with the wc-24 center , i already had rears and the klipsch 10 inch sub along with the yamaha rx-573 amp. It really sounds nice and movies sound great.... One thing that helped mine sound better was set all speakers at small"send bass ...
Cons: Still pretty big but look good beside my 65" really flat Samsung plasma .
Pros: I posted below under the title "In depth audiophile review" and owe these speakers an updated review. After much tinkering I've found that if you have the space to get them at least 6' away from the edge of the center channel, or 12' away from each other with no center, they open way up and are n...
Summary: This speaker is nice looking and exciting to listen to without being overly harsh. I used a N-A-D M25 Masters Series amplifier ($3,500.00) to bi-amp the speakers. Even after playing them for hundreds of hours, there is no bottom end whatsoever.
Pros: electrostatic quickness and detail from the horn