Summary: Don't waste your money. These speakers look good, but are shrill and have absolutely no bass. Audyssey chooses a crossover for them at 250hz. It would be better to get a pair of NHT super zeros, or super ones. They are smooth, have some punch, and get down to 60-to 80hz.
Summary: I got a pair of these on a well known deal site for roughly the same price Amazon has for a single speaker. At that price they were an absolute steal. I have them in my 5.1 setup and they produce a very crisp sound at the high frequencies.
Summary: I received my S-FIT SAT 150's promptly & in what appeared to be good condition. after connecting them to my Fiio A1 amp which is ONLY a 15 watt RMS mini amp at best IF completely turned ALL the way up, they sounded wonderful at first but soon after (with-in 20min) began to develop what seems to be...
Summary: I was remodeling a small den and wanted to keep the space for furniture rather than bulky speakers. Pinnacle was always a high end brand I had a pair back in the 90's and they sounded full and clear. these are no exception.
Summary: The perfect little speak er to round out HiFi TV & Stereo 5.1 system! Sound great as back corner stereo system plenty of Punch& Treble! I Love them! Had an old pair probably 18 years old blew a subwoofer about 3 years ago! These are great"
Summary: I have one of their center speakers (S-FIT CTR350) and one of their subwoofers, and these sattelites work nicely as the rear speakers in a surround system (I use my old Tannoy monitors from my old studio as the front speakers).
Summary: I think what separates these speakers from many is cabinet's shape and finish as well as quality tweeter. Amazon size specs are not right: each speaker is 4 13/16" Wide x 7 9/16" High x 6 3/4" Deep. They play loud enough hooked up to $20 amp such as Leipai's tripath amp (18W+18W).