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9.3 out of 10

PSB CS1000

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Big sound

RoyM, Crutchfield
30 December 2012
Overall 10
10

Big sound

RoyM, Crutchfield
30 December 2012
Overall 10
10

PSB CS1000

bigdrive5, Crutchfield
3 September 2012
  • Summary: This is an amazing speaker. I guess the bass response blew me away the most. I agree with others who have said this speaker does not require a subwoofer to deliver the goods. The speaker seems to be very solidly built and can handle more volume than I need. I know it is kind of pricey, but it is worth it.
  • Pros: Amazing bass from a 6.5 inch woofer. Speaker can be adjusted two ways--- tilting up and down and rotating side to side----you can really fine tune the balance of sound..
  • Cons: My only minor complaint is the rubber plate that covers the wiring terminals has about a half inch hole for the speaker wire to go through. After installation the hole remains big enough for an assortment of critters to enter and set up house in that nice little cave. I just stuffed a wad of clay in there to seal up the hole. I would suggest PSP supply a piece of foam or something to seal off the hole after running the speaker wire through it.
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Overall 10
10

PSB CS1000

bigdrive5, Crutchfield
3 September 2012
  • Summary: This is an amazing speaker. I guess the bass response blew me away the most. I agree with others who have said this speaker does not require a subwoofer to deliver the goods. The speaker seems to be very solidly built and can handle more volume than I need. I know it is kind of pricey, but it is worth it.
  • Pros: Amazing bass from a 6.5 inch woofer. Speaker can be adjusted two ways--- tilting up and down and rotating side to side----you can really fine tune the balance of sound..
  • Cons: My only minor complaint is the rubber plate that covers the wiring terminals has about a half inch hole for the speaker wire to go through. After installation the hole remains big enough for an assortment of critters to enter and set up house in that nice little cave. I just stuffed a wad of clay in there to seal up the hole. I would suggest PSP supply a piece of foam or something to seal off the hole after running the speaker wire through it.
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Overall 10
10

Fantastic Speakers

Sprockman, Crutchfield
3 September 2012
  • Summary: Huge sound field that is deep and rich. I can hear the music from each speaker throughout my poold deck area. The bass reproduction is as good as younwill get without using a sub. They are much larger sn anticipated.
  • Cons: None. They are great speakers!
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Overall 10
10

Fantastic Speakers

Sprockman, Crutchfield
3 September 2012
  • Summary: Huge sound field that is deep and rich. I can hear the music from each speaker throughout my poold deck area. The bass reproduction is as good as younwill get without using a sub. They are much larger sn anticipated.
  • Cons: None. They are great speakers!
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Overall 10
10

PSB CS 1000 outdoor speakers

John H, Crutchfield
2 June 2012
  • Summary: I was strongly considering Bose or Klipsch before calling Crutchfield to discuss the better option between the two. The rep recommended the PSB CS 1000 and indicated the sound was amazing, so I went with his recommendation and bought these speakers. Very easy install with straightforward directions and really strong outdoor mounts. It took me perhaps 1/2 hour to install these on our new patio. Then ....
  • Pros: Look great; easy install; mounts are very easy to work with and the sound is wonderful - beyond what I expected.
  • Cons: A little bulky for a do - it your-selfer standing on a ladder but not that bad. Really no cons that I can think of.
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Overall 10
10

PSB CS 1000 outdoor speakers

John H, Crutchfield
2 June 2012
  • Summary: I was strongly considering Bose or Klipsch before calling Crutchfield to discuss the better option between the two. The rep recommended the PSB CS 1000 and indicated the sound was amazing, so I went with his recommendation and bought these speakers. Very easy install with straightforward directions and really strong outdoor mounts. It took me perhaps 1/2 hour to install these on our new patio. Then ....
  • Pros: Look great; easy install; mounts are very easy to work with and the sound is wonderful - beyond what I expected.
  • Cons: A little bulky for a do - it your-selfer standing on a ladder but not that bad. Really no cons that I can think of.
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Overall 10
10

Great sounding, but huge speakers!

GabeS, Crutchfield
26 August 2011
  • Summary: PSB is one of my favorite speaker brands. Paul Barton attends to every detail in every speaker they release, and it shows. I've never heard a bad sounding speaker from them, and these were no different. To test them out, I hooked them up in my dad's recording studio, where he has two Alesis Monitor One speakers. The CS1000's blew them out of the water.
  • Pros: Plenty of bass, but not at all overwhelming. Mids and highs compliment the bass well. Very balanced sound. Mounting bracket is very flexible, allowing the speaker to be maneuvered in basically any direction. Sound great soft, but can get loud if you want them to.
  • Cons: HUGE! I never knew outdoor speakers got this big! Not worth losing a star, but keep this in mind.
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Overall 10
10

Great sounding, but huge speakers!

GabeS, Crutchfield
26 August 2011
  • Summary: PSB is one of my favorite speaker brands. Paul Barton attends to every detail in every speaker they release, and it shows. I've never heard a bad sounding speaker from them, and these were no different. To test them out, I hooked them up in my dad's recording studio, where he has two Alesis Monitor One speakers. The CS1000's blew them out of the water.
  • Pros: Plenty of bass, but not at all overwhelming. Mids and highs compliment the bass well. Very balanced sound. Mounting bracket is very flexible, allowing the speaker to be maneuvered in basically any direction. Sound great soft, but can get loud if you want them to.
  • Cons: HUGE! I never knew outdoor speakers got this big! Not worth losing a star, but keep this in mind.
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  • See Product at Crutchfield ($549.99)
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