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Kef-kube2.32722707
8.8 out of 10

KEF Kube2

The KUBE-2 delivers a well defined and impressive bass that is s Read more

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Melt your Face!

Matthew VandenBush, Amazon
27 June 2013
  • Summary: Wow. Amazing sound. I never had a nice sound system and after doing some research I found these and they were in my price range. The sound clarity and dimension is amazing, and definitely adds another level to your home theater experience. I never knew what I was missing by just using my TV speakers. The surrounds are extremely well made. The cone is aluminum with a thick rubber surround and the enclosure is die cast zinc or aluminum, definitely has some heft.
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Overall 10
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Nice Sub!

Horrido Hobbies, Amazon
21 December 2012
  • Summary: I love this sub! It came as part of the KEF KHT3005SE-K2 package. The KHT3005SE speakers are usually mated with the HTB2 sub, but I prefer the look of the KUBE-2. Clean simple lines. Nice geometric shape. The HTB2 looks a bit too busy for my taste, and the illuminated KEF logo on top is rather gimmicky. Also, I prefer to hide the bass driver behind a cover -- naked drivers bother me. Notably, the HTB2 lacks both a Crossover Frequency Control and a Level Control.
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Overall 10
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Excellent replacement subwoofer

bodam "bodam", Amazon
7 February 2012
  • Summary: I bought this subwoofer to replace the failed subwoofer that came with my Kef KHT-2005 5.1 speaker system. I love my speakers and did not want to replace them. I saw that this was the unit that now comes with the Kef egg system so, I decided to try it as a replacement. It fits in beautifully with my speaker system with nice, clear bass.
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Overall 10
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Crystal Clear

Happy Manhattan Lady, Amazon
6 May 2011
  • Summary: I recently decided that I wanted to upgrade my very old sound system so I started searching for a new receiver and speakers. As everyone else that shops for stuff I researched for many weeks and finally gave in and purchased the KEF KHT2005 speakers along with an Onkyo 808 receiver. I don't know much about electronics but I know that I want to hear every little ping.
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Overall 10
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Great Speakers!!!

Jaimebus, Amazon
23 March 2011
  • Summary: I bought these a couple of months back; I can just say that they sound great. My living room is a big room, and these fill the room when I watch a movie (I hooked it up with the Onkyo 608). I recommend to move the sub around the room to find that sweet spot for you, use at least 16" gauge speaker wire (I used 12", it took a while to pass them thru the KEF stands, but it can be done) I also recommend the stand for the back speakers (unless you mount them in the wall).
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Overall 10
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Save Yourself Time and Money and Buy These And I'll Tell You Why

E. Byer, Amazon
13 February 2011
  • Summary: First off I will start by saying that these have always been my dream speakers. I first heard of the company when I was watching Santa Clause BluRay at Circuit City (before they went under) and let me tell you....I was SO IMMERSED in that movie that I literally had to know what the speaker brand and model was so that I could start saving up money to buy them.
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What a product

D, Amazon
19 November 2010
  • Summary: One of the best items I have purchased in years. First great price, thank you Amazon! I had been a fan of brand B but after a design flaw with the materials and multiple phone calls to the hill I was informed that brand B would not warrant their warranty and I informed them that I would never purchase another item that they produce. I have been searching for 6 years for a item that exceeds my expectations and this is the product.
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Wow, amazing sound.

D. Mohammed, Amazon
7 June 2010
  • Summary: After months researching of putting together a quality home theater system, I decided to go with the Kef instead of the omnistats. The main reason being the sub. The Kef is rated at 200 watts rms with a class d amp,while the only info on the omni sub is 74 watts rms, not sure if the amp is a/b or d. I paired these with Denon 4310 avr,oppo blu ray player and a 55 inch led sammie. Well the sound is far better than anything i have ever heard b4,.
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