Summary: This is a very very good mid range system. Not to be confused with the $200 complete system you find in the retail stores. They can handle the power but you will need a good receiver and amp to push them. They are actually very inexpensive if you look around and shop.
Summary: I've had Bose, Sony, and Infinity speakers. for the price, these are exceptional for a home theater. I would consider these as good as the Bose and Infinity speakers for half the price. And totally dominate the Sony speakers for the same price.
Summary: I have owned these for approximately three years and still love them. Paired up with a Denon AVR-790 amplifier and two prodigy tower speakers. Excellent 7.1 surround sound system. I do not believe you can buy another speaker set of higher quality at this price point.
Summary: Bought this system to go in our downstairs family room and am not disappointed. We have owned a set of Polk Blackstones (matched with a PSW 111 and powered by a Yamaha A-700) for use upstairs and I have to say that the RM6750 system gives them a run for the money.
Summary: I don't know whethr or not I fit the typical mold of an audiophyle, but I am a blind music lover and musician, and I have a pretty discerning audio palette. I bought these speakers about fourteen months ago and then promptly moved into an apartment where I was unable to set them up.
Summary: I am pleased with the sound from this speaker system. I was surprised to learn when I received this system that the amplifier included was only for the sub-woofer and that I would have to purchase an additional amplifier (which cost as much as the speakers) to drive the other speakers.