Reviews and Problems with Sony Floor-Standing Speaker SS-F7000
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M. Guerrero "Daktastic", Amazon
19 October 2007
Summary: I'm not the foremost authority on speakers or anything, but I listened to about 30 or 40 pairs of speakers trying to nail down where to start my home theater upgrade. I didn't want to spend 300 bucks on a single speaker, so that ruled out several brands that produce high-end floor speakers. I was becoming dismayed until I heard the ssf-5000's (the single woofer model) and decided that I should give sony a shot. I hunted down a pair of the 7000's and wow.
Duncan Idaho "Spend time with your kids. It ..., Amazon
3 October 2007
Summary: Purchased and Received these speakers just a couple days ago. The free shipping was great considering the weight of the speakers. They are great! No complaints here. I was upgrading from my original aiwa speakers (made by sony) in my home entertainment system. The difference is amazing. Highs mids and lows are all great. I always recommend a powered sub woofer, I do have one. However, if you get these speakers you can get by without one.
Summary: The reviews for the previous model, SSM-F750H, were good so I bought a pair of these to replace my retreaded Advents. I listen to a wide range of music including 70's & 80's rock & roll, jazz, new age, and classical. The SSF-7000 reproduce highs, mids, and upper lows great. However, there is a significant resonance on very low frequencies that causes the speaker to boom on the low end. I'm 54 so maybe it's just an age thing but booming bass is not what I want to hear.