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This is probably the best for your buck surround system on the market.
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Fantastic speakers.
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Can this set be directly hooked to a tv? Or av receiver necessary?
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Can this set be directly hooked to a tv? Or av receiver necessary?
Needs a receiver.
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I wish costco would ship to APO
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If you want to have a laugh...click on the reviews for 1 star. How do these people go through life?
Nice set. Good post.
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This is probably the best for your buck surround system on the market.
Not even close. Pioneer BS22's (~$100/pair on sale) or Sony Core CS5's ($75/pair on sale) with the matching center ($70-$100) and Monoprice 9723 or Dayton Sub-1200 ($100-$150) would run circles around this system.
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If you want to have a laugh...click on the reviews for 1 star. How do these people go through life?
Nice set. Good post.
It is kind of funny that these packages are aimed at audio noobs and there were still people who didn't understand what they were buying.
One reviewer complained that 'they didn't supply the wire for the wireless sub'.
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Not even close. Pioneer BS22's (~$100/pair on sale) or Sony Core CS5's ($75/pair on sale) with the matching center ($70-$100) and Monoprice 9723 or Dayton Sub-1200 ($100-$150) would run circles around this system.
Along the same lines you can get a pair of Klipsch R-41m's for $100 on sale, which sound better to my ears than the Pio's. Never heard how the Sony's sound.

Another cheap option that's about the same sound quality as the Pio's are the Polk T15's, they are $69/pair at Amazon or BB right now, and would also make a better sounding system than the Klipsch is this thread.

The problem is, even with 3 pairs of T15s (cheaper than buying a matching center, just keep 1 as spare), and a $100 monoprice sub, is you're already at ~ $310 on price. Then, you still need a 5.1 receiver, so another ~$200, which puts you at ~ $500. I would take that type of system over the $370 one in this thread any day, but it does end up being more money.
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Not even close. Pioneer BS22's (~$100/pair on sale) or Sony Core CS5's ($75/pair on sale) with the matching center ($70-$100) and Monoprice 9723 or Dayton Sub-1200 ($100-$150) would run circles around this system.
I think they meant best all in one system on the market, something someone can just go buy in a single box and call it done, not having to part it out.
You can easily do better parting out.
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Not even close. Pioneer BS22's (~$100/pair on sale) or Sony Core CS5's ($75/pair on sale) with the matching center ($70-$100) and Monoprice 9723 or Dayton Sub-1200 ($100-$150) would run circles around this system.
That's not a system. That is a piecemeal setup that is also not that price right now. BS22 = 120x2 same for cs5s, dayton 1200 is 150. So, right now that runs 490 and is also pieced together. So, not exactly the same point I was trying to make.
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That's not a system. That is a piecemeal setup that is also not that price right now. BS22 = 120x2 same for cs5s, dayton 1200 is 150. So, right now that runs 490 and is also pieced together. So, not exactly the same point I was trying to make.
Not to mention some people are looking for small components due to space constraints so this set provides good value/ quality for size.
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I think they meant best all in one system on the market, something someone can just go buy in a single box and call it done, not having to part it out.
You can easily do better parting out.
You can pickup the Pioneer by Andrew Jones all in one that to me sounds much better than this. Dont get me wrong Klipsch makes a great product, but they rely on that name to sell lesser quality to those that dont know, or just want a quick pickup.
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This is probably the best for your buck surround system on the market.
Gave you a thumbs up to counteract whatever idiot gave you a thumbs down..
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