Summary: Use for 2.0 TV and music (vinyl and high quality digital). Well balanced. Clear treble and mids. Surprising bass for a speaker of this size. Very good looking. Great quality at this price (around $350).
Summary: I just purchased these and can honestly say these are great speakers. The bass is tight and vocals make it sound like you're in the room with the singer. Very lifelike with no weaknesses whatsoever. Well constructed speaker as well with ability to biwire.
Summary: I previous used the BX-1 speakers for my fronts. I replaced them with these when I went to a 7.1 configuration (BX-2 front, BX-Center, BX-FX surround, and BX-1 rear with an REL subwoofer). I had a need to wall-mount this speakers due to the setup of my room.
Summary: Extremely fine fidelity for such small speakers. Everything from the soundtrack to "Superman" to a Beethoven symphony to delicate vocals comes thru crystal clear. Worth the price. I use these for tv speakers as well.
Summary: Wow! I could not be happier with these speakers. I had some large vintage Sansui speakers before I got these, and was never fully satisfied with the sound. I bought these and hooked them up, and the treble, mid-range, and bass were more detailed and powerful from the Bronze BX-2s than from the...
Great speakers so far after a month with no problems
14 July 2014
Summary: Great speakers so far after a month with no problems. Look better than pictures would lead you to believe. Can easily be put anywhere because of the front port. Take well to my yamaha R-S500 reciever. I normally try to keep them untuned, but they tune well if you want to do that.
Summary: After listening to B&W 685's ($649), Dynaudio DM 2/6 ($800), Wharfedale Diamond 10.1 ($349) I thought that these speakers were the best value for the money at $489. I like that they are front ported so that you can actually put them on a bookshelf and not have muffled sound.