Great design, great functionality, especially where space is at a premium.
7 days ago
Summary: I live in a condo where space is at a premium. So when I saw these I was interested but hesitant. Every other small speaker I've experienced left me slightly disappointed. I could get smaller speakers that were "good enough" but I'm picky. So when I purchased the T301c to replace my center channel as a test, I was expecting to be slightly disappointed. Not the case. These speakers are awesome.
Summary: I've had so many systems in the my lifetime, and my fathers lifetime that i was done just getting mediocre systems. Bose was good but not great, boston acoustics little better but the clean sound just wasnt there from either system or others ive had. Until i did a good month long research into home theatre systems. Kef... hmm never heard of them but their reviews internationally were all VERY HIGH. I was skeptical because of the depth of the speakers in this system..
Summary: I was between these or the klipsch rf 62 kit they have on amazon. I'm glad i went with kef! In a large basement these speakers can produce loud and clear sound with no distortion. I'm sure the klipsch kit would yield slightly louder sound but unless your are in a massive room it would be over kill. If your are putting these in a bigger room I would add another sub. The t2 included in the kit has great sound just leaves more to be desired.
Summary: Great speaker system, full sound. Has a very clean look. If your looking for great sound in a small room 14"-12" and don't want big speakers taking up space these are for you. Just don't expect more than your getting these are not going to blow your hair back and vibrate you out of your chair. They are wall hanging speakers and with that you get a very capable set of theatre speakers.
Summary: Awesome speakers. I'm using the Onkyo NR-1009. Was about to get the Bose 5.1 speakers when I was introduced to Kef and the rest was history. Kef gives you High Definition sound to complement your HDTV. Anyone speaker can give you raw power and boom, but Kef give you that and clarity. I'm very picky and I'm still sold on kef. That says a lot. You have to set these to 120HZ for crossover frequency and let your sweet sub take over for bass.
Summary: I have been a KEF proponent for more than 2 decades with floorstanding speakers, a subwoofer and surround sound ceiling-mounted speakers in our family room since the late 90s. We recently finished our basement and I wanted to continue with KEF as the sound system for both big screen entertainment media as well as surround sound audio.
Summary: Running off an Onkyo TX-SR607 in 5.1 These speakers sound wonderful. I had always been reluctant to have a separate sub because most .1 systems I'd heard didn't sound natural, but this setup does. I was also worried that the speakers wouldn't be as loud or provide a full sound, but I was wrong.
Summary: WOW! These speakers are great. Who needs to go to a movie theater to experience 5.1 or 7.1 sound quality, when you can have it in the comfort of your own home. Buy these and you will not be disappointing.
Summary: This is a beautiful speaker system to "hang" on you wall if you don't mind some drilling to hide the speaker wires and maintain a clean appearance. The speaker are simple to install and as a plus you have the added option with the included speaker stand/feet to place them on the floor (still attractive but not as seamlessly elegant). They sound great with clear and powerful mid-range, as is the bass from the sub-woofer. Be aware that the sub-woofer is powered (i.e.
Summary: We must confess that these speakers were bought for their looks and after reading the above review. Of course they compliment our large flat screen beautifully but what was surprising was the depth of sound which they produced. From highs to deep base we have no complaints. So we now have the best of both worlds.