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Sony Core Series - 50% off, including Atmos

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Looks like the 50% off Sony Core Series sale is back! Other sites may have them on sale also but I used B&H photo because they only have sales tax in NY as far as I know. Enjoy!

Tower Speaker: $98.00
https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/pr...floor.html

Center Channel: $73.00
https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/pr...enter.html

Book Shelf Speakers (Pair): $73.00
https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/pr...shelf.html

Ceiling Firing Atmos (Pair): $98.00
https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/pr...akers.html

10'' Subwoofer: $98.00
https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/pr...ctive.html
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Thanks for the information. Been looking for great deals and couldn't seem to find anything, until I saw your post. Like how you included the sites prices.
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I don't have much knowledge in this realm. Thinking of upgrading my center and fronts on my current system. What are the main differences in terms of sound between bookshelf and floor standing speakers and is it worth the price to go for floor standing speakers in your opinion (don't really need to crank it up super loud more interested in sound quality). My center now is terrible and it's hard to follow dialogue.
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Any thoughts on the Sony atmos vs Pioneer atmos that go on sale constantly? Kicking myself for not grabbing the pioneers when they were $70 a while back after coupon.
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This or the Jamo S809 HCS on sale at Fry's for $399?
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Any thoughts on the Sony atmos vs Pioneer atmos that go on sale constantly? Kicking myself for not grabbing the pioneers when they were $70 a while back after coupon.
These Sony are very solid entry level speakers. VS Pioneers I think it comes down to personal taste.
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I don't have much knowledge in this realm. Thinking of upgrading my center and fronts on my current system. What are the main differences in terms of sound between bookshelf and floor standing speakers and is it worth the price to go for floor standing speakers in your opinion (don't really need to crank it up super loud more interested in sound quality). My center now is terrible and it's hard to follow dialogue.
Towers will sound th same but play lower. If you don't ever plan to get a sub the tower will sound "better" more full because they will play lower and put out more bass. Paired with a sub there would be a lot less difference between the bookshelf and tower.

I run a pair of PSB bookshelf (6 1/2", front ported) with a sub and I am very happy.

So now sub any time soon and have room, get the towers and center. Need more flexibility with placement and have or will get a sub then get the bookshelf and center.
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Same prices on Amazon it appears.
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I have the center, bookshelves, and sub. The sub is great for it's size. The bookshelves sound awesome at around 10 feet listening distance, but loses some details at longer distance. The center is good but I don't think it matches the fronts. Out of everything, I would change the center out.

Keep in mind these are 6 ohm speakers. Don't pair them with a weak receiver.

These are great entry level speakers for smaller areas. If the sub is in a corner, it will put out more bass in my experience. The sub doesn't really punch but it does fill my living room with bass.
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Does anyone know, if the sony atmos speakers would work with Jamo tower?
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Makes me wonder how cheaply are these made? I mean that price, probay can't cover packaging material, marketing, distribution... Probably not even insulation/bafle marterial inside, 1/4 MDF, no filters...
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I don't have much knowledge in this realm. Thinking of upgrading my center and fronts on my current system. What are the main differences in terms of sound between bookshelf and floor standing speakers and is it worth the price to go for floor standing speakers in your opinion (don't really need to crank it up super loud more interested in sound quality). My center now is terrible and it's hard to follow dialogue.
This is a VERY subjective question and you will get a lot of opinions. Just understand in "terms of sound", no one will be able to tell you what sounds better than what you currently have or what sounds good to you.
As far as "sound quality" again everyone has their own performance-to-price ratio and only you can determine what sound quality means to you and what level your willing to pay.
You never mentioned if this is for music, HT or both. So regarding bookshelf vs floor standing for a VERY basic definition IMO bookshelf might be better option in small room/area, floor standing for bigger ones. For HT bookshelf will most likely need a sub, IMO both would, especially in this price/level range.
My suggestion is try to go listen to speakers where ever you can before reading any of this because IMO it can influence your opinion. IMO only you know what sounds good to you.
Good luck
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This or the Jamo S809 HCS on sale at Fry's for $399?
I would go with Jamo.
I have a set of Jamos at home (different series) and love the sound. It's a company owned by Klipsh but their sound signatures on a softer/warmer end.
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Currently running a Klipsch sw-350 woofer, KB-15 speakers, and a VC25 front. Is this worth upgrading one/all of my setup or would it be more incremental?
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