Summary: What can i say about these speakers from renowned speaker company wharfdale pictures don't do the design any justice really nice sleek looking purchased an upgrade to my rear surrounds more than capable and an improvement on my 10 year old teac and all for 40 pound what more could you want.
Summary: I bought these as the main set of speakers for my audio set up. Even though the manufacturers state they are supposed to have a very good handling level the sound quality just isnt there. They are really small cabs which for me just didnt deliver the final sound. They were cheap though.
Pros: looks ok i suppose , inexpensive..maybe for a reason , recommended..only on price.
Cons: im a bit biased as mine failed so reliability?
Summary: After reading the write-ups I was a bit disappointed with the sound of these speakers. They seem to have a prominent mid-range which makes them sound 'boxy'. The bass isn't particularly firm considering the specified LF response.
Summary: Cheap, pretty good speakers although I was slightly disappointed considering the rave reviews they seem to get (you can get them new for 40 pounds from Richer Sounds - don't pay more than that as they're not worth it!).
Summary: I bought a pair of these for my garage after reading all the favourable reviews. To be honest I'm disappointed, the sound isn't as great as I thought it would be, despite using a separate integrated amp - it's just not as clear as I had hoped.