Summary: I inherited these towers from my brother and WOW! I can't believe Sony's price point on these! With a powered sub these speakers have been the reason for hopping dance parties, killer movie nights and amazing music jam sessions. I have loved every minute of owning them.
Summary: My original review of this speaker was removed with no explanation. Let me reiterate that although the speakers are fine for the price, that there is practically no useful output from the tweeters - all the highs are coming from the midrange.
Summary: In a word "wow". These speakers are awsome. I originally bought them to run second audio in my bedroom. That project has been lagging so just out of curiosity I replaced my mains with them in my home theater. I loved the way they sounded in the store.
Summary: These are great speakers and very underpriced for floor speakers. Anyone who says they don't have enough bass isn't driving them hard enough. You get a decent amp on these speakers and drive them hard enough they WILL give out some nice bass.
Summary: I bought these babies in Sears, because I want a pair of floor standing, instead of satellites in the main speakers area. These towers rock! I have them connected to a STR-K502P receiver (the one that comes with the Sony satellite speaker package 800W) and a pair of Monster Cables.
Summary: These are remarkable speakers for the price and give good justice to most of the audio frequency range. I don't really find them deficient in the bass region as some other reviewers, but the treble is another matter. The tweeter seems to have almost no output.
Summary: got these from etronics.com for 170 shipped. only had em for a few hours but what ive heard so far is awesome. have a sony STR-DE475 reciever. have these speakers hooked up thru 18 gauge wire. then to the reciever, i have the playstation2 hooked up via digital optical cable.
Summary: I wanted a speaker system to go with my new Kenwood VR-509 receiver that would express Dolby Pro Logic II, and I was on a budget. I couldn't be happier. Dolby Digital II is still the best kept secret in the audio industry, probably becuase some major companies failed to come out with the product in...