These are great little speakers! The bass response is better than I expected. I needed a pair of small wall mountable speakers for playing vinyl and everything from jazz to metal sounds fantastic at a pretty loud level. If you want the home theater or thumping window rattling bass experience, you would need a subwoofer. The threaded mounting hole is convenient . Also, these little speakers are very heavy, so make sure mount brackets are adequate; I used 10 lb rated ball joint mounts with the allen/hex bolt swapped out for bolts that could be tightened with a socket wrench.
Pros: Realistic sound
Cons: None for music
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I needed a speaker that had a small foot print, had decent sensitivity and frequency response,looked good and had good power handling for my Outlaw RR-2160. It also needed to be able to blend with my Cambridge Audio X300 subwoofer in our small to medium sized living room. I also prefer Acoustic Suspension over bass reflex(generally awful sound for music). As a long time AR fan these seemed to be a natural for what I wanted.I was correct-these sound Awesome with music and they look great! Smooth ,powerful response and they blend well with the sub. Everything sounds Great on them. Absolutely the perfect solution for my needs! Thinking about a KLH floorstander for my vintage Kenwood Integrated Amp rig..Hmmm.......
Pros: Small footprint,great frequency response for their size,Great looks and power handling! Blend well with subs-what more could you ask for? Oh yeah-A Great Heritage too!
Cons: No cons for my application
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The classic KLH brand retains its long-time reputation for reliable and very satisfying sound. The difference? It might be the ten-year warrantee. It might be the sturdy construction. It might be the feeling of having a quality product when built- in obsolescence is the standard. Simply put: I have started to sit and just listen to music again.
Pros: For a small speaker, clean sound. Good high range. Good bass range. Very satisfying.
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