beautiful product, looks great in my living room and the sound is wonderful for an amateur audiophile like myself. worth the price!
Pros: look & sound
Cons: none yet
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What can I say if you are like me and getting into or back into vinyl and audio . I would recommend these in a heart beat they are amazing for the price. Also the wife loves them because they are white and arent massive and the design is nice with out being over done . I also run a 7 tube pre amp which is even better.
Pros: Sexy Great sound Price Bass Highs Mids
Cons: But Mids can be lacking compared to what I like
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As a hobbyist audiophile (aka audiophile with a marginal budget), I'm constantly looking for ways to improve my listening experience (without breaking the bank). I currently have a Technics 5100 turntable, Sansui G5700 receiver and use a Mica OriGen G2 USB DAC when streaming music from my laptop (via Tidal). My speakers for the past year have been the Fluance Signature Series bookshelf speakers. For the money (~$200), they have met most of my music listening needs - but have always felt like they were missing something (mainly more punch at the low end). So enter the Jamo S 805's. I recently received some recognition awards at work - which I was able to convert to Crutchfield gift cards. These were burning a hole in my pocket....so, I started to evaluate some speaker options. After much thought, I decided to give the Jamo's a try. I figured if they did not meet my music listening needs - I could easily add them to my home theater setup and go back to my Fluance bookshelfs. Well...first impressions...WOW! These are a ton of fun to listen to. They meet my music listening needs/wants and provide that 'something extra' the Fluance bookshelf's lacked. These have a small footprint - but produce big sound with enough low end that a sub-woofer is not needed. The highs get close to being too harsh - but they are not difficult to listen to. I'm excited to hear how they continue to sound as I continue to put them through their paces. These are a great
Pros: -Dynamic Sound -Plenty of low-end punch -Great looking speaker -Small footprint -Great value
Cons: -Not many at this price point -Highs can get close to being a bit harsh
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These are the first floor-standing speakers I've owned and I couldn't be happier. Great range of sound. Doesn't hurt that they look super sleek. Definitely recommend, especially as a first pair of "real" speakers.
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Pros: Excellent sound
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The Jamo S805 is the "best speaker" I have ever had. Right out of the box it outperformed my other speakers costing in the $4,000 range. The bass, midrange and treble "blend" excellently with each other. Every instrument is crystal clear with nice separation. There is also a very warm tone. I have been doing audio for 40 years, and have a keen ear for sound. Go Jamo ! What a great company !
Pros: Everything in the soundstage is excellent.
Cons: Only an average looking speaker as far as wood-grain quality.
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