They have no lower end bass/midrange. The rich sound or an organ or string bass is dead. It seems these speakers require a subwoofer, but that will not make up for the poor performance. My old Cambridge Sound Works are superior,
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The look and sound is off the chart. Attention to detail is spot on... Would not change a thing... T. J. Cali
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I've owned top-end Klipsch and even the incredible Infinity Kappa 8 speakers before driving the Kappa 8's with mono-clipped Sony NES system 3 Power Amps for a combined 1,280 watts and NEVER thought I'd find speakers I liked better; they were perfect (or so I thought). I recently purchased these Polk Legend 600 speakers with the Anthem STR Integrated Receiver and caught myself both smiling and then at times shaking my head in disbelief that Polk could have made these technological miracles. The sound is precise, accurate, powerful, pure and simply majestic! The lows and highs are crisp and crystal clear and the sheer power and graceful sound will envelop and capture you. A good friend of mine purchased the top of the line Polk Audio LSM 7's a few years back (no longer available) and I was sold on them from the word, "GO" because they were so much better than anything I'd heard before. The Legend 600 is the clearer, cleaner more perfect next generation of the awesome Polk LSM 7's and Polk Audio has simply out-performed their best performer. These speakers are a steal at this price and, if you love your music, don't hesitate...BUY THESE NOW! These speakers are a technological feat and marvel! I am simply blown away!
Pros: Purest sound you'll ever hear Superb value
Cons: A bit heavy (but not that bad) so if you can get a friend to help you unpackage them, that would be a help.
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