Sony SSF-7000 don't compare to my Klipsch Synergy F-20 :(
5 June 2013
Summary: So I purchased the Sony's thinking 2 for this price and read several of the reviews were so positive why not give them a chance. Packaging IMO= barely acceptable. Nothing was broken but I can see how things can easily break during shipping/delivery.
Summary: I had to buy a second set because one of the mid range speakers quit working for no reason. I also found out that if you have a problem with there product you would have to ship it back to sony for repair. which means spending on shipping etc.
Summary: SKIP THIS PART--->I'm kinda nervous to write a review of these speakers since it won't necessarily be positive. It seems to me that anyone that calls out the poor quality of these speakers is subject to be dismissed as "stupid". "these speakers sound terrible..
Summary: Just got these speakers in today and hooked them up and I agree with one of the reviewers that these speakers need alot of power to sound good. I don't think a packaged system with a cheap receiver would deliever the full potential of these speakers.
Summary: These are good speakers. i have owned several different speakers throughout my life and these fulfill my needs great. They have much more power than what i can use without a lot of distortion. this is a practical and not a technical statement. If i crank up my stereo the cops will get called.
Summary: I rarely take the time to comment on purchases I make, perhaps because I research everyone else's comments before I finally decide to buy. This time is different. It is early December, and I just received the Sony SSF-7000 speakers two days ago and have been trying them out on Mannheim Steamroller...