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Updated: Dec 15, 2017 01:21
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#6951
alaScore 79

COBY CS-P31

Very disappointed. Could barely hear the music through them. Gave them away to anyone who would take them. Better luck next time.

11 user reviews

#6952
alaScore 79

Cyber Acoustics CA 2014

Cyber Acoustics' CA-2014 is one of the most affordable speaker sets. Unfortunately, it's also one of the worst sounding.

1 expert reviews | 505 user reviews

#6953
alaScore 79

Tangent EVO E8

Me and my friend bought one each. His lasted 14 months; one day he was in his kitchen and he heard a big blowout in his living room, the sub just gave up (no sound) he paid $125 for repair and the sub gave up after 2 months later. Mine lasted 15 1/2...

10 user reviews

#6954
alaScore 79

Memorex MA3122

It could be a little louder.

18 user reviews

#6955
alaScore 79

Acoustic Audio RWSP3-2PR/RWC3

Something wrong about unit audio output hook up for 5 speakers here no sound

10 user reviews

#6956
alaScore 79

PylePro PT678HBA

Love Amazon's return policy. This unit must have been already returned once, as I noticed some cosmetic damage on the face of the subwoofer once I opened the box. After the unit was installed and ready for use there was terrible feedback and static...

39 user reviews

#6957
alaScore 79

Boynq Vase USB Speaker - Black

If you're looking for speakers for music, speakers, move on. However, if you want a really excellent hands-free/headphone-free device for Skype, Link or other VOIP-based calls/conferences, this is the bizz. At less than £20 on Amazon (UK) its a bargain...

15 user reviews

#6958
alaScore 79

Specktone Retro

Hip looks, so-so sound.

2 expert reviews | 1 user reviews

#6959
alaScore 78

JBL ESC 333

If you look for a hassle free system that doesn't add yet another button to push in your home audio/video system - this is it. Once this system is connected it sits idle behind the scene until a signal is on one of the four inputs. When it awakes you...

18 user reviews

#6960
alaScore 78

KLH HTA9005

I got these as my first set of theater speakers because it was all I could afford at the time. The served me well, but there are definitely much better speakers out there. These sound muddy and flat and there is no bass response, esp. at lower volume...

23 user reviews

#6961
alaScore 78

KLH AV5001

I bought these speakers christmas 2001 so I've been listening to them for a year now. I have them paired with a smaller set of KLH bookshelf speakers. Powered by a 100 watt Teac home audio receiver along with a Teac equalizer connected with gold tipped...

54 user reviews

#6962
alaScore 78

Monsoon MM-702 Flat Panel Audio Speaker System

Pros: (1) Very good sound quality after breaking in. (2) Sound imaging is very good. (3) Clear sound (4) Fast response Cons: (1) Some part inside a panel speaker got loosen after 3 months. That resulted in some vibration noise when I turned up the...

19 user reviews

#6963
alaScore 78

Polk Audio LSi 15

I bought probably the last pair of cherry Lsi15s when they were on sale at Amazon. I always wanted a pair, we have 6 more Polks at home, one pair SRS 3.1 TL, and two pair Lsi9. The speakers are driven by various receivers, Nad, Onkyo, and Yamaha. The...

2 expert reviews | 35 user reviews

#6964
alaScore 78

Wharfedale Emerald CENT

Okay, I'll be brief. I built my first stereo amp from a kit when I was 12. I have bought and sold audio gear as a hobby/job all my adult life (I'm now 50). I bought two of these to use as a stereo pair. They are FABULOUS!! High quality drivers, speaker...

10 user reviews

#6965
alaScore 78

AudioSource SW Fifteen

The AudioSource 15 is a huge subwoofer, with an amplifier that's way too small. It booms, it WILL shake the glass, it WILL loosen the nails on the siding, but it can't really follow anything tightly, just not enough power to effectively control that...

96 user reviews

#6966
alaScore 78

Creative Inspire 2.1 2400

Price, Looks, Sound, Fit Form and Function

1 expert reviews | 35 user reviews

#6967
alaScore 78

Wharfedale Diamond 8.3

The Wharfedale speakers are a great deal for the price. They look beautiful (I've got the maple), but they sound even better. If you can't spend more than $1,000 (which I can't), you couldn't go wrong with these--clear, clean sound on treble and bass.

17 user reviews

#6968
alaScore 78

Sony RDP-XF300iP

I compared this to the Bose Bluetooth dock, which was $399 at the time. I got this for $199, which is a very sweet deal. I had previously compared both side by side and really think they are almost equivalent. This system seems very well built, a...

2 expert reviews | 112 user reviews

#6969
alaScore 78

JBL PB-10 Subwoofer

Happy with the good bass sound and easy to setup. I used it with my Yamaha surround receiver and Sony speakers.

33 user reviews

#6970
alaScore 78

KLH HTA-9706 6-Piece 100-Watt Home Theater Speaker System

These speakers pack a good punch for the price. Ours were purchased several years ago for a Sony HD television to set up a "surround sound" system in the den (about 35' x 35'). They still sound great. For a larger area, an upgraded bass speaker...

19 user reviews

#6971
alaScore 78

Peavey Studio Pro 112

I bought this one from a friend for 230??. I just wanted a amp that would not drown under the noise of the drum set in my band.It is just a great amp. You have millions of different settings and they all sound great. Everything from a warm tone in the...

13 user reviews

#6972
alaScore 78

Empire R-1000 MKII

When I bought the Carvin, I thought it was a great rig. Lots of tone and volume. Had it about 4 months and did not use it much, the band was taking a break. As we were to go out, I bought a second set of cab's, making it a 2 X "18" and 2 X "4 x 10"....

3 expert reviews | 1 user reviews

#6973
alaScore 78

Dynaudio 82 Audience

The Dynaudio 82's are magnificent sounding speakers. I was in the market for speakers and a reviewer had written it's not true fidelity if it doesn't cover the full audible spectrum. This makes sense, if the recording and all other related components...

1 expert reviews | 13 user reviews

#6974
alaScore 78

Cambridge SoundWorks MegaWorks 210D Amplified Multimedia/Computer Speaker System

I saw a few other comments regarding the scratchy sound when playing with volume and in regard to the sub sound. These speakers sound incredible, but you will be gauranteed to hate the scratching sound that will annoy you. Something seriously wrong...

28 user reviews

#6975
alaScore 78

Yamaha YSTMS201W Multimedia

perfect, I had a pair back in 01, sounds better any other speaker even BOSE.

58 user reviews

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