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.
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.
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.
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.
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).
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.
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.
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,.