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Triangle Speakers: BR08 Floor Standing (single) $399, BR03 Bookshelf (pair)

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Adorama has Select Triangle Speakers on sale below for prices starting from $349. Shipping is free.

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    • Our research indicates that this offer (BR03) is $116.23 lower (25% savings) than the next best available price from a reputable merchant with prices starting from $465.23
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Triangle BR03 Bookshelf Speakers (pair): $349Triangle BR08 Floorstanding Speakers (Single): $399+ free s/h
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In my opinion, speakers are 75% of a system's sound quality. Room acoustics are 20%. Electronics (assuming you are only considering "good" components) are 5%. There is far, far less variation among the "sound quality" of "good" electronics that some people would lead you to believe. Speakers and room acoustics are far, far more critical.
I'd argue room acoustics are even more than 20% and are the number 1 thing the lay person doesn't think about
So I'm looking for a deal on a monocle.

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What sounds better these or Kef Q150?
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Nice deal but not worth the SO grief I'd get
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Serious ask, can the average person tell the quality of these or other bookshelf speakers or are these for YouTubers or musicians that need high audio quality?
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Serious ask, can the average person tell the quality of these or other bookshelf speakers or are these for YouTubers or musicians that need high audio quality?
It pretty easy to tell the difference if you come from a computer speaker system or even a sound bar without subwoofer, assuming you have a decent amplifier to drive it. That said, I prefer kef 350 or wafdale 11.2 over this. I happen to have all 3 speaker in different rooms.
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Mahn, adorama taxing now in FL. Last of the dying breed has died.
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Asking because this thread attracts folks who know speakers..

In your opinion, what's the single most important thing one can do to improve a home theater experience? (Audio)

Is it... purchasing high(er) end speakers... subs (maybe X2)... a better AVR... or placement?

Asking in regards to a decent, entry level system.
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Asking because this thread attracts folks who know speakers..

In your opinion, what's the single most important thing one can do to improve a home theater experience? (Audio)

Is it... purchasing high(er) end speakers... subs (maybe X2)... a better AVR... or placement?

Asking in regards to a decent, entry level system.
In my opinion, speakers are 75% of a system's sound quality. Room acoustics are 20%. Electronics (assuming you are only considering "good" components) are 5%. There is far, far less variation among the "sound quality" of "good" electronics that some people would lead you to believe. Speakers and room acoustics are far, far more critical.
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Quote from JimBanville :
In my opinion, speakers are 75% of a system's sound quality. Room acoustics are 20%. Electronics (assuming you are only considering "good" components) are 5%. There is far, far less variation among the "sound quality" of "good" electronics that some people would lead you to believe. Speakers and room acoustics are far, far more critical.
I'd argue room acoustics are even more than 20% and are the number 1 thing the lay person doesn't think about
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Spending anything below $20,000 for home theater will not do shit and is a waste of time and money. Do it properly. Other poor people will tell you otherwise but its just because they are poor.
So I'm looking for a deal on a monocle.
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Quote from PhillyChad :
Asking because this thread attracts folks who know speakers..

In your opinion, what's the single most important thing one can do to improve a home theater experience? (Audio)

Is it... purchasing high(er) end speakers... subs (maybe X2)... a better AVR... or placement?

Asking in regards to a decent, entry level system.
The other category is room treatment.

All are important, but start with placement since it's free. Best advice IMO is to slowly build everything out. 2.0 first, then 2.1, 3.1, 5.1, 5.2 etc.

Sound is subjective, get what you're happy with and enjoy it. DIY sound group offers great price/performance if you're willing to go the diy route for speakers/subs. Used receiver or separates and shoot, used equipment in general is typically what I go with.

AVS forum will give the best advice on this topic.

Someone mentioned needing $20k to build a good HT.. definitely not the case if you're willing to buy used and/or throw in some diy
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I have to agree with Jim that speakers matter the most. I have 5 music/tv/setups in my house.
The best is an old Denon receiver from 2003 and 1970s Design Acoustic D6 speakers which are 6 way with 12in woofers. Music sounds incredible and TV is really good in stereo, but I will throw it into surround for movies.
Room acoustics are important including speaker placement to the wall and listening position. I'd list source as next most important. If you are streaming, hi-res sources sound better than something like Sirius XM. A DAC either dedicated or part of an amplifier can improve certain sources. The amplifier itself needs to have enough power to drive the speakers at your preferred listening level. Modern class D amps can certainly do that in a budget setting, just understand that like all amps their RMS power levels are probably half of their rating on paper. Speaker sensitivity is important as well as the higher the sensitivity the less power the amp requires.
Good luck with your decision, I get a ton of joy from listening to music and a nice setup really does improve the experience even if it's a budget one.
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