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JBL ES90 4-Way Dual 8" Floorstanding Speaker (Refurb) EXPIRED

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JBL.com has JBL ES90 4-Way Dual 8" Floorstanding Speaker (Refurbished) for $299.99. Shipping is free. Thanks DJ3xclusive

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oh man...if I had room for floorstands. I bought the ES80s on the $100 deal. They didn't need a sub. I can't imagine the 90s
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Everything needs 2 subs!
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I had JBL ND-310II's (similar to these but with dual 10" woofers), and I currently have Polk RTiA9's (triple 7" woofers) and trust me, all speakers benefit from a sub (or better yet 2 subs). I would even go so far as to say that a good sub is NEEDED for full effect on movie soundtracks. If 2 channel music is all you are concerned with though, then yeah a sub is probably not needed.

I assume these are comparable to the JBL LS890. Anyone care to comment on the similarities or differences?
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Everything needs 2 subs!
Or four
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I bought this ones for a 100$ deal 2 years ago, great sound!
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Get yourself a decent pair of headphones, and you will be money ahead..and make less enemies!
Headphones don't make your toes tingle
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I have an old Yamaha receiver (htr 5835) with a tiny, cheap 5.1 setup.
Can I simply replace my front left/right speakers with these, or is there more to it? I would toss the rest of the setup and start fresh with these, if the receiver is good enough.
Thanks in advance!
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How well would this work as a center channel speaker?
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I have an old Yamaha receiver (htr 5835) with a tiny, cheap 5.1 setup.
Can I simply replace my front left/right speakers with these, or is there more to it? I would toss the rest of the setup and start fresh with these, if the receiver is good enough.
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You can just replace the front speakers. I don't think these speakers are power hungry so you should be fine.
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You can just replace the front speakers. I don't think these speakers are power hungry so you should be fine.
Thank you! These really seem great Smilie
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I have an old Yamaha receiver (htr 5835) with a tiny, cheap 5.1 setup.
Can I simply replace my front left/right speakers with these, or is there more to it? I would toss the rest of the setup and start fresh with these, if the receiver is good enough.
Thanks in advance!
Depending on your current setup, you may be MUCH better off taking away your old speakers completely and leaving simply 2.1 setup with the new JBL. Even going further, you may even like the 2.0 setup with these speakers alone. Don't take my word for it and experiment.
Some cheaper speakers in the back may distort these; and the sub may actually hurt because usually receiver will send all low-freq. sound to the sub only. The 8" on these might be actually better at bass than your sub.
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Get yourself a decent pair of headphones, and you will be money ahead..and make less enemies!
I have 7 headphones and and 6 pairs of speakers. Listening to speakers is still a different experience.
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