Voice Assistant Input: Use their voice to control your devices through the sound bar with a dedicated 3.5 aux or persistent Bluetooth connection. The VIZIO 5.1 surround sound system and upward-firing speakers deliver an audio experience that moves around you, even from above. You are transported from the ordinary into the extraordinary with breathtaking, moving audio that fills your room and flows above and around you. A cinema-like audio experience can be found in your own home with a rear surround sound system and two upward-firing speakers. A beautifully designed wireless subwoofer will amplify the sound of the bass. Stream music, podcasts and more from popular Chromecast-enabled apps.
👤I will not bury the lead in this review. This system is amazing. I only had one experience with a Vizio soundbar at a friend's house a few years ago, and I wasn't expecting the same quality from this one. He has a wireless sub that he uses to amplify his sound but it didn't sound great. I decided to take a chance after reading reviews. I am so happy I did. If you have a newer TV, this system will work for you. I have a 55” Vizio 4K E series TV, so I knew I wouldn't have any problems with it. I unboxed my setup after buying some Sanus speaker stands. You don't really need to read the manual to set up the system if you're mildly knowledgeable in tech. The system is easy to understand. I plugged the HDMI cable to the top input on the soundbar to make sure there was no loss of wireless signal, but the instruction manual says that the top input is the ARC connection. The satellite speakers have a blue and gray color code to help you figure out which speaker is which, so you can plug one end of the RCAs into the wireless subwoofer and use the corresponding colored input into the satellite speakers. It is factory matched with your soundbar, so there is nothing you have to do in order to get it going, and you are good to go. I don't know about other reviewers, but my sub is on the right side of my TV, and my surround speakers are on the left side of the TV. I thought the long cables would be a problem for me, as I have a living room setup. They are about 28 feet long. The sound of this thing is amazing. I don't know what other reviewers are saying about the low tones out of the sub, mine puts out perfect low tones. I already have the smartcast app on my phone with my TV and after a bit of trial and error, I was able to set up my soundbar by changing it on my app and I was able to take control of calibrating it there too. I set my TV audio to auto detect the signal from the soundbar so that it will decode it and direct the sound to each channel. I have my surround speakers, bass, and subwoofer levels all at 2 and everything else is at 0. It is perfect! The only thing I don't mess with is the one that tells you what sound is coming out. The green and white colors indicated the same thing. The Sony PS4 does not have a sound system like the Dolby Atmos one. Some people on various threads claim they have gotten it to work, but I think that was on previous versions because I decided to buy a brand new Rocketfish 4K HDMI cable that supports HDR, Dolby Atmos, and DTS:X on the audio side. I have a sound setting on my system that is called "Dolby", and I have tried to make sure that the sound setting is "bitstream" on the options while playing the discs. Even though it's coming out as Dolby Digital, the soundbar upconverts the sound into a different type of sound, called Dolby Atmos. I have a large library of titles in both sound formats and the one that I took for a test drive was an old Buddy Rich DVD. There are two options for this disc. I was blown away by the sound of the DTS sound. You are standing in front of Buddy as he plays his kit. The band is playing from the left, center, and right channels, and it blends in perfectly, because his cymbals are to your left and right. It feels like you are in the middle of the room. I switched the soundtrack during one of the songs to see the difference, and the sound of the soundbar was coming out of the speakers. Sometimes it works like that, where things are better in the other way. This was one of them. I was blown away by the sound setting being default to music instead of direct, and the fact that I was able to play music from my Play Music library directly onto the soundbar. A year and a half ago, I recorded a live album with my band. Hearing the music on this thing was amazing. The vocals were coming out of the center speakers, the crowd noise was coming out of the surround speakers, and I was standing right in the middle of it all. The bass and guitar were distributed equally. The bass coming out of the sub was perfect. It was a great music mix decoder made by Vizio. I checked the sound coming out of direct and it was flat, so having the system decode and distribute the sound itself makes a world of difference. Ready Player One was played on VUDU in true Dolby Atmos style. It is presented in 4K and Atmos sound. The first 17 minutes of the film are the real test of what this system can do. It sounds amazing! If you get a system on sale like I did, you will get a bubble of sound that is just what you want, and I paid less than half of the system's price. I am a Bose guy as I have a companion 5 set for my laptop, IE2 for earbuds, and a Sounddock for my OG 30-pin iPod touch, but after this I am quickly becoming a Vizio guy. I think I am set for life now that I have a Soundbar and a second Vizio TV. The only thing I need to do now is for Sony to update their device so that it can decode the sound modes of the movies, or I can just get a 4K player that does that. If you are on the fence about buying this, jump off of it and buy it. It is worth every penny. Keep up the great work, Vizio! You have a customer for life in me.
The system includes four satellite speakers that deliver height effects from the front and back for a world-class experience. No matter the content, it provides an incredibly realistic and immersive audio experience. Tractrix 90 X 90 horn technology and aluminum tweeters are exclusive to Tractrix. The built-in all-digital amplifier has plenty of power and high efficiency. The built-in all-digital amplifier has plenty of power and high efficiency.
👤I'm very happy with the sound quality of these speakers. I'm coming from a Bose setup that was ok, but these klipsch speakers combined with the right receiver are just amazing. They are great for music and movies. My wife and I both wanted something that wasn't going to be obvious, so we both agreed to this setup. If you are looking for a sound experience that is truly immersive without breaking the bank and having floor speakers that freak out your wife, these are the ones.
👤Joe and man gave these away for a great price. I am glad I got them. The sound is amazing. The center channel is very clear and I'm going to have trouble with my building management because of it. I haven't had a chance to use them to their full potential because I'm still waiting for my Pioneer 9.2 channel receiver to arrive. I can only say that these speakers are great. I am very happy with my purchase. One thing to be careful of is getting a cheap speaker stand like the mounting dreams MD5402 stands. The speaker mounts that are on the side will not work with the speakers that are not perfectly square. The Pioneer 9.2 channel receiver is even more awesome now that I have it. The Atmos height speaker is not a novelty and will add to your movie experience. Very happy with the purchase.
👤You can setup and configuration. I need to upgrade my receiver to a 11.2 channel so I can add speakers.
👤The living room has 4 Klipsch height speakers.
👤A great home theater speaker system. One of the best.
👤The Klipsch Reference Cinema was reviewed. I bought this and a DeNON AVR-S760H 7.2.2 Channel Reciever at the store. I'm using a 5.1 setup. It sounds like Awe Some Ness PerSoNiFied. I used a BenQ ht2550 4K UHD projector with all the inputs plugged into the receiver and everything looked better than it did before. The whole experience is awe some ness per so ni fied. I will be adding a second sub very soon. When I get a 9 channel receiver, I will use a 5.2.4 system with 2 front height speakers and 2 rear height speakers. I have no complaints about the sound of the speakers or the bass of the subs as it is right now as a 5.1 setup. Even my STEREO movies sound great when I choose all of them. A receiver. This is my first. Purchase Klipsh. It will not be my last. Movie watching at my house is always enjoyable with big sound and big picture of my projector
The forms to the specifications. The spun- copper woofer is about 4 inches in diameter. The Tractrix Horn has a 90x90 square design. 100 watt power handling.
👤I use these as my left/right and rear surround sound speakers in my 7.1 system. I have been using a budget set of Polk for 10 years and wanted to upgrade. Wow! What a change! Don't get me wrong, the Polks sounded good, but now I feel like I'm in the big leagues. The range of these speakers is both night and day. They have excellent highs and a mid range. The highs sparkle during hard action movies. I upgraded my 15” Sony sub to a 12” Klipsch to support my front and center mains. The sound was great and I couldn't be happier. The quality of Klipsch is amazing. They are more expensive than a lot of the speakers, but you get what you pay for. You can spend the extra money on Klipsch. I posted a few pictures after someone inquired about using them as surrounds. They have a screw mount hole in the back. It was easy.
👤I was a little underwhelmed when I first connected them. I bought a pair of studio 60s in 2001. I had a hard time hearing what the speakers were supposed to do. I run through a receiver. The setup was not really impressed. The speaker section of the setup has a setting for "Dolby Enhanced Speaker". The distance from speaker to ceiling could be set. After adjusting this to my measurement, it opened up a whole new world of sound. I am very happy with this purchase, the movie Gravity sounds amazing, and the helicopter sound is now overhead. If your sound isn't to your liking, there may be an adjustment you're missing. They are worth every penny, and I waited for them to get back to the $300 mark.
👤Great add-on speakers! I added 2 pairs to build out my 9.2 Atmos setup. These things are large, so pay attention to the dimensions. The placement of the wiring clips was not good. The speaker connections may be ugly if you place them in a certain location. I mounted these on the ceiling and they were beautiful.
👤I used the surrounds left and right, but a foot down from the ceiling, as a reference for my 5.1 Klipsch system. I will be looking to get another pair of speakers when I decide to go with the Atmos setup.
👤Sound quality is good. The speakers are small for my taste. It's great to have speakers above and down towards the audience. It's a little spendy for what you get.
👤If you understand the tech behind it, you will be very good speakers. These are not to be used as back speakers or surround speakers. These are crossed over at 150hz for a reason. This will complete the package if you already own a Klipsch surround set. If your receiver is the bowl, the bananas are your speakers, and the ice cream is your sprinkles, then these are your extras. It gives life to the set. If you understand what they're made for, you can get them now. You just have to understand how it works. These were mounted on the wall, not the ceiling.
The built-in channel is for Dolby Atmos. The main channel has a copper Spun Magnetically Shielded IMG Woofers. Bass-Reflex via Rear-Firing Tractrix ports. There are dual 1" aluminum diaphragm compression shavers. Square Tractrix Horn. The sensitivity is 96 dB with 2 83V/1M and power handling. It was Hz.
👤There is proof in the hearing. I love the fact that the R-625FAs can enunciat high frequencies. At times instruments such as cymbals and triangles seem to be present. Woodwinds and brass instruments are very good. When I play Artie Shaw's clarinet pieces, it seems like he's in the room. I was surprised by the weight of the speakers. When I ordered them, I didn't bother to check on this. When installing them, it's better to have a hand truck.
👤Love them. The speakers are fired to deliver the sound. The sound bounces off the ceiling. You are completely immersed. The heart of the experience is the sound system. I bought mine from Amazon and they arrived perfect. I can not tell the difference. A few bucks were saved. If you crank it, it will blow your ears off. Very happy with them.
👤I got the whole set of 10 matching speakers. People are blown away by me. The corner was smashed on the bottom of my speaker as they arrived. Be careful to check your speaker when it arrives from a carrier other than the one you choose.
👤I received one speaker on the date and the second on Monday. I set this up quickly and enjoy listening to them. I have a Onkyo 7.1 which is great and I will watch a DVD to compare the sound.
👤I have owned speakers from Klipsch before and these are no different. They are outstanding. The sound quality is great. The surround sound on my first Atmos speakers is excellent. I would recommend them to everyone. You will not be disappointed if you buy the Klipsch speaker.
👤If you like the sound of Klipsch, you will be fine. The speakers have built in speakers that give you a different sound. The room filled with sound. They could make more on the bottom end.
👤The seller was great to deal with and the product was in perfect condition when I got it. I would purchase from this seller again.
👤I was looking for atmos speekers.
The built-in all-digital amplifier has plenty of power and high efficiency. 2x Klipsch Reference R- and Klipsch R- and Klipsch R- and Klipsch R- and Klipsch R- and Klipsch R- and Klipsch R- and Klipsch R- and Klipsch R- and K The built-in channel is for Dolby Atmos. The Linear Travel Suspension Titanium has a titanium component. There are dual 8" Spun Copper Cerametallic Cone Woofers. The hybrid Tractrix Horn is 90x90
👤Totally worth the money. Well packed. Heavy. It was big. When I hit the purchase button, the speaks looked small on my phone. My poor man! The packaging was good. Every speaker was clean. The sound is amazing. I have a Denon AVR. It is 165w per channel so it is 80w at 8 ohms. The sound is clean and crisp. My ears hurt when my meter said 112. There is no need to push further. The 12” swim is tight. There was no flutter at the bowl. I am happy. I enjoy a movie or some music. The speakers are a dream for me. Sometimes you get what you pay for. If my wife would let me turn it on.
👤The price made the system even better. The quality of manufacturing is second to none. I highly recommend this to anyone in the market for a home theater system.
👤The speaker system is outstanding. It arrived in a timely manner and was packed well. The sound reproduction is outstanding. It's used in a home theater.
It's perfect for providing an extra level of detail to your home theater setup. The complete range of Sony speakers from the Sony brand are perfect for a 5.1 home theater setup. Adding the SSCSE speakers to your home theater will give you a cinematic sound that flows all around you. Simply place the speaker on top and no mounting is required. It is a perfect fit to be placed on top of the Sony speakers. They can be mounted on the wall and used as surround speakers. The 4” reinforced cellular woofer has an uncompromising audio quality. 100 W maximum input power. In the box are speakers, mounting screws, Wall mount pads, and a start-up guide.
👤I like and can tell the difference between good and bad audio components, even though I am not a techie. I have a couple of very expensive home theater setups that use power conditioners and Sony ES components with ridiculous costing and speaker wiring out to Polk LSi speakers and Polk subs. The setup on my desktop is very modest, using a V2 50x50 amplifier and a P1 tube pre-amp with upgraded tubes. All are connected with 12ga twisted pair speaker wiring. I use my laptop to stream audio via the internet. An inexpensive but clean setup. I've been using my LSi7 $800/pair bookshelf speakers and BIC F12 sub for a while. Maybe overkill for a desktop setup. These Sony 3 ways are on sale for $73/pair. They have good reviews. I wanted to get my LSi7's back to their surround positions so I decided to try them out. I was not excited because I was expecting a change in sound. It is a desktop setup for listening at lower volume levels, so I didn't want to spend a lot. Let me tell you something. My Polk LSi7's sound better than the Sony SSCS5 speakers. A better soundstage and better separation make this more detailed. How can this be? For $73.00 for a pair. Come on. I can't believe how good these are. I am listening to an album. I am amazed and flabbergasted. I think I will be doing my critical listening at my computer. I need to see a therapist.
👤I bought these on Amazon for $118. How good could a pair of speakers be? Let me tell you something. It comes to mind. I've been listening to music for 40 years. My method for buying speakers has always been to listen to the best speakers available, ones that I couldn't possibly afford, then work my way down into speakers that are within my budget, but sound as close as possible to my "dream" speakers. These speakers are solid, well-made, and have an incredibly warm and accurate sound. They can easily compete with speakers up to the $500 price range, well compete is not the word, but blow the doors off speakers in that price range is more like it. If you had no idea what speakers you were listening to in a side-by-side comparison, you may find yourself choosing the cheaper ones. That's correct! I said it! It had to be said. I don't know what Sony did to these little buggers, but they are magnificent. The price has gone up one week later and is not just on Amazon. They jumped $30 over night, but are they still worth it? I would pay double after hearing them. I am using them as main speakers in a two-channel scenario, not as surrounds. They are not even "broken in" yet. If you're looking for bookshelf-sized speakers, look no more. Don't let the low price fool you. Cheers!
👤I have experience with speakers in all ranges and have a lot of knowledge about how audio works. There are a few common issues that put me off as a listener, which these speakers have done a great job of avoiding. The speakers under $500 are usually not good because they don't mix well with the loudspeaker in the cabinet and sound like another miss-matched speaker placed on top of your much better mid/low range speakers. They are loud and sound like they are making noise. The sound quality is reduced when the dust protection panel is on. The bass lacks a proper tone. The bass is weak. Bass has a good tone, but relies too much on the addition of speakers that produce lower quality lows/mids. Audio suffers greatly when not placed in the absolute most optimal position, which restricts placement or quality, because of 3-way crossover. I expected to hear at least one of the common problems, even with the good reviews and research. I am blown away by how well these speakers handle these issues. Up close, far away, with a sub, without, placed properly or improperly, used with other speakers or alone, these two mini-monsters absolutely crush all of these issues and sound good while doing it. I'm very critical of audio and I'd have to be prepared to spend 600 dollars on an upgrade if it was worth it. I have these connected to an amplifier and are in a large room with it. I think 6 off the rip. These go above and beyond just making a few right decisions, and are perfect for this size speaker in a home theater. These had all the good design choices. I would highly recommend these if your amplifier can do 6 Ohms. The volume and atmospheric resonance in these are comparable to 8 Ohm 350 watt speakers, so 100 watt is something my power bill is happy to adopt. I'm not worried about ripping them apart because these barely break a sweat, producing a loud, high quality, detailed sound. I will be using these for music at house parties as well as for movies and gaming and so far I've tested them for all three and have yet to be disappointed. I don't recommend these speakers as side speakers as they are too much in your face. Side and rear are different ball games. You could definitely order 6 of these and use them as surround, front, and rear speakers; you just need to equalize them properly. I'm proud to say I own these and I'm even more proud to tell people what I spent on them. These aren't just good for how much they are, they're also great. Unless you're willing to spend a lot of money, there's little-to-no audible difference between these and other very high end speakers and I recommend getting these speakers if you need bookshelf sized speakers. If we completely ignore price and consider 10 the best sound, we will get a final verdict of 8.5/10. If I factor in price and give in to my bass-head type personality, I'll be happy. 98% of the world would consider perfect audio to be a perfect SOB, so 10/10 for anyone who isn't the pickiest SOB in the world. The bass on these are very good and I am talking about what you would expect from a Home Theater speaker. Unless you want to get those huge cabinet speakers that you see in theaters, you are never going to get a sub bass out of a front channel speaker. You aren't meant to, and for good reason. They handle bass incredibly well and do not need a sub to hear it. Please don't think these can replace a speaker. They're called sub- "woofers" because they push air so hard. That's not bass, it's an artificial effect. It's been 2 years and still going strong. Everyone who hears how good this system sounds is blown away, even though I know a lot about the best ways to setup and get the most out of my speakers. Everyone is encouraged to get a setup after hearing how good it is. These compliment my center channel and other speakers as well. I mix these with other speakers and it works. I've been pushing these configurations hard on a weekly basis. I think they work no matter what I do. I am happy to say that the room I have has no tendency to pick up dust, as I haven't had to clean it in a long time. There are a lot of things there. I don't think people understand how rare it is to find a speaker like this in this price range, so I wish I could give these more stars. Hats off to the engineers in Japan that designed this, you guys deserve a pay raise.
The main channel hasNominal Impedance of 8 Ohms compatible. The titanium lts have hybrid tractrix horns. 5.25" Spun copper cerametallic speakers. There is a switchable setting for surround sound. Keyhole mounting for sound. Premium scratch resistant finish. 75.0 watt output.
👤I love that these speakers have the great Klipsch reference premiere sound, which can be used as upfiring speakers or as a full range height speaker. The only problem I have is the value. There is little competition in the realm of mounting bookshelf speakers as front height speakers looks a little weird. I was able to get 2 sets of 2 sets of 2 sets of 2 sets of 2 sets of 2 sets of 2 sets of 2 sets of 2 sets of 2 sets of 2 sets of 2 sets of 2 sets of 2 sets of 2 sets of 2 sets of 2 sets of 2 sets These are more expensive than the other speakers because they are larger and have more output, and I paid $500 for a pair on Amazon and NFM. The best full range speaker for $250 a pair is the RP500M. My ceiling is vaulted so upfiring atmos is not an option, so I have the RP500M's as front heights. There are a few things on the RP-500M's that made me bite the bullet and get them. If I ever move, I'll be able to use the option for upfiring atmos and they will fit and look great on my RP-8000f's. I would recommend these over the Sony speakers if they were less expensive, but they are 5 times better. No. I wanted to purchase these because they fit in my Klipsch setup and sound better. I run these above my front speakers to keep the height channels clear and audible. I think the less powerful RP-140SA's would be drowned out quickly. If you want a klipsh setup, this is the way to go and you wont be let down, but the value for money is not as good as my other speakers.
👤I bought a few pairs of these to replace some Lipch for one of my AURO 3D Home TheATERS. The change in heights is significant. The sound of birds flying by, rain, and explosion is very similar to life. These should be considered if you are serious about home theater.
👤Excellent sound quality matches the rest of my rp series. The overhead atmos effect was not accomplished by it. On top of the floor speakers, on top of the media center furniture, and even on top of the floor speaker without success, my listening spot is almost 10 feet away. The atmos soundtrack effect felt to me to be coming from the front. There is a Since I don't have enough room between my projector screen and the walls/ceiling to fit a front height speaker, I had to use front height speakers. It is a perfect match for my rp-250's, there is a picture where it shows my reduced space with screen rolled down, beneath that screen is a 49” tv, which I will be updating for a 65 in. I hooked these speakers to the Onkyo receiver and set it to atmos option. I was trying to like them, but they have no overhead sound effect for me. I will return these speakers since they aren't an option since I'm a renter, but I will look for smaller front height speakers that are adequate for my space, or just keep it nice and tight with 5.1.
The small center cable will not block. Polk Monitor XT35 is a low-profile speaker with a 1" Tweeter and Dynamically Balanced Woofers that deliver an open mid-range and impactful bass. The Polk Monitor XT series features latest innovations in affordable, great sounding speakers, and their stylish design blends with any home décor. High resolution sound from all INPUTS is delivered by Monitor XT35's 4- and 8-Ohm compatibility. The compact design allows you to place the center channel below the TV without blocking the IR sensor. For a stunning home theater experience, use as left, right and surround channels. A home theater set up is an affordable option. seamless speaker-to-speaker Blending is ensured by the timbre matched Polk components. A unified surround system can be created by adding a tower pair, height module and sub to this speaker.
👤I upgrade from a Polk model. The quality of the sound is great. This is the speaker for a small to medium room.
👤I bought this speaker to replace an inexpensive but adequate center speaker that developed a bad driver just 3 months after one of the front satellites failed in exactly the same way. It's a noticable improvement over its smaller and cheaper predecessor, because the bass response extends down beyond 80Hz, where the sub can take over. It doesn't sound as impressive as the Klipsch R-41M's that replaced the front satellites. The speaker is only 438 inches high and has rubber feet on it. It's never ideal to place the center speaker behind the television, but in my situation it couldn't be avoided, and the sound quality still doesn't change much, because the path to the drivers is mostly unimpeded.
👤I bought the Polk XT 35 to replace my old Polk speaker. I think the performance is about 10% better than the previous one. The speaker is a good performer and fairly priced. I don't like the fact that this unit has a Grey grill and all my other Polk speakers have a black grill. I like to keep the grill covers on my speakers, but they don't fit with my others. I don't understand why the XT series went to Grey. I deducted a star for the look.
👤This was a replacement for a cheaper Polk center speaker that my wife disliked because she thought it made the dialogue on the attached TV sound confusing. I see her point after I upgraded to the new Polk unit. The dialogue is much simpler to understand and comprehend than it is to hear. The center speaker on my 5.1.2 home theater setup is by Polk, and it works great with the other components. I use it as much for music as for watching TV, and the sound is clear and crisp. It is definitely recommended if it is on sale.
👤Double check your measurements because this is a big speaker. The TV was on the stand. The audio quality is great for TV and music. I'm happy with it. My single Bose cube has been upgraded to a Bose center channel cube.
👤I returned it because it is the same quality as the Polk S35 I have. The description of the speaker made me think it is better. I have a good one.
👤The speaker is great for watching movies.
👤The sound works as expected.
👤Lange ist die alten. Center Speaker ist bei uns an ersetzen. Mir ist die 275. Euro eigentlich. Ich ist die Speaker entschieden und war von der Klangqualitt.
👤Lieferung is immer schnelle. Gut verpackt und allem sinnig verpackt. 3x ist tatschlich, wie der alte Magnat und das merkt man sofort. Gute Musikwiedergabe und endlich in Fernsehen ist. The locker is 40m2 and is located in the Center.
👤I was getting a new center speaker. This product improved my experience.
👤The sounds are clear, but they take up the bottom of the TV.
The ceiling speakers have a recommended power of 20-350 watt per speaker and a 40Hz-20 kHz Frequency Response. Poly mica midranges, 13mm soft dome tweeters, 3-way passive crossovers, and high rigidity polypropylene cones are included. The speaker wire terminals are designed and engineered in the USA, with mounting depth of 3.78" and a cut out of 9.49". Home theater, multiple room systems, industrial sound, outdoor entertainment areas, decks, patios, pools are all used for in wall or ceiling. The price is for 2 pair and 4 in ceiling speakers.
👤It's not a discotheque. We just purchased a 1980's house with a 1980's stereo, cassette sound system and speakers throughout the ceilings and are simply bringing it up to todays technology. I bought a zone switch with an Amp, and a computer with a sound card, so we can listen to music. The search for good speakers was the hardest part. Wow! I wasn't expecting that kind of sound. I'll be returning the tower speakers I bought to replace the ones in the study because I was so impressed with the sound. The bass is very rich and deep and it really sounds amazing, it comes from the rest of the speakers in the house. The template was easy to use and the directions were a little more complicated, but it was worth the effort. Look for a good deal on two more.
👤I installed 4 of these speakers in the basement for a project that would provide zoned audio. I was looking for a cheap speaker. I don't know what's going on with this company, but these speakers are amazing for the money, and I'm blown away that they can produce them so cheaply and sell them for the price offered. It is ok to get a speaker at this price point, but not great. Not these. They give a big bang for the buck. The sound is balanced and the bass is deep. Did I mention they scream? Excellent efficiency here. I don't write reviews, but for me to be sitting on the bathroom floor of my basement in the middle of the night and writing a review really says something. I have owned speakers from many brands. I will not tell you that these are as good as those, but I can tell you that they are close, but for a lot less money. I would have roughed-in a few more. I will be buying a set for our bedroom. Installation was similar to other in-ceilings I have installed, but the brackets were a little more difficult to install. I would like to see a grill-removal tool included. I saved one from another set of speakers. I am in love with these things. They have only been installed for a few days. I will update this review if there is anything new. The company that manufactured and imported these did a great job. A diamond is in the rough. Buy them and you won't regret it. You can do worse things for more money.
👤The speaker label shows 1400 watt, which is not true, and the speaker's average sound is 350 watt, which is not true. I used them in my bathroom ceiling and bedroom with a volume control switch that I thought would help out, but it didn't.
👤They went out of their way to help us with a shipping mixup on our end and made sure that we were completely satisfied with the package. Thank you so much!
👤These work well as ceiling speakers. The grilles were painted with spray paint. I might try to put a baffle above them in the future, but they are currently suspended in ceiling tile.
China is the country of origin. The Reference Premiere RP-140SA is an elevation speaker that can be used to amplify the sound of a bookshelf speaker.
👤Really impressed. I have a 5.1.2 system but will probably upgrade to a 5.1.4 system with 4 in-front and 2 behind shooting upwards. I have all the Klipsch speakers, so I upgraded to the Atmos model. I can have matching speakers and timber. It was my preference to add them to other set-ups. The speaker on top of the towers didn't push themselves back like they did in the past. Since the design shoots up from the ceiling, it doesn't shimmy backwards at higher volumes. It's in place. I bought this on January 2nd and have not moved an inch. 1. You can hear the difference. 2. The spread effect is pronounced. 3. If you have a proper room layout, you can hear the effect. 4. They can be used as height speakers. I wanted to address the problem first. The auto-calibrating system in the receiver can be off if it's not perfect, but it's recommended to adjust based on how the room sounds. If the distance comes out correct, I will calibrate the receiver settings first. It is harder for sound to reach the ear when the volume is lower. The microphone in most room set-ups might be too sensitive and set the gains lower. You're done if you hear the effect or the extra layer of sound. If the receiver sets the volume lower, you may want to raise it. The sound of a film combined with back and front speakers creates a sound bubble, which is why it's called Atmos. The extra layer of sound can be heard if you switch 5.1 and 5.1.2 in the receiver. Things can be recorded as objects. It's not all a rain down effect. Most of the time, 4k films are re-mastered in Atmos or DTS X, with some blue-rays non 4k films having it included, but the standard audio set up for 7 speakers does not have an up-converter. 5.1 sound will be up converted in the receiver even if the sound is not in the form of a DTS X or Atmos. My games and older films have an extra layer of sound that fills the room and even my father noticed it was crystal clear. The test tone should be played in the receiver after the auto-calibration. As the test tone plays adjust + or - of the individual speaker, you can increase the volume to what you normally set it to. Allow it to match the tone pitch of the other speakers, but increase or decrease based on your own preferences. Don't drive it too fast. Some prefer a higher pitch. Its increased to +3 in my set up. Some people suggested to set it higher than the default set up. If the default sounds good, then you're done. But always tinker with it. It's based on how the film was recorded and how the speakers are used. When I use the basic up-converter on the receiver, it tends to be more active because it creates a simulation from a non-encoded sound file. Try not to be too far away from the speakers or large vaulted ceilings. If you have vaulted ceilings, it's better to hang them on the wall and turn the receiver into a height channel. The speaker set up directs the speaker into the seating area. The receiver will make its own adjustments.
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👤The version is called the TL;DR version. It's worth every penny. Buy the rear speakers as well. This is my favorite thing. You don't know what you're missing. People who love audio but aren't building dedicated theaters, people with reasonably-sized rooms and apartments, and people who love "that movie sound" are the best for. It's great for the everyday person who appreciates sound but doesn't want a complicated setup. Not best for large spaces, those who want huge amounts of volume, and those expecting tower-level performance out of a soundbar. I am Sony's perfect test mule, a home theater enthusiast, audio snob, and proud member of the "Soundbars are nonsense and your speakers should be wired" camp. I was going to jump on it when it popped up with all the buzzwords, but it runs 3.1. I'm a bit crazy as I seek out things to prove me wrong and learn. This could be my masterpiece, and boy was it. You will be hard-pressed to find much bang for your buck. You're still staring down a sound system that costs over $1300 with the rear channels, but "Little" is relative. Unless you're willing to go down the dark rabbit hole of dedicated theaters with the right speakers in the right places, you won't find a better experience. SETUP setup requires a few visits to the manual. I have a 4K TV that requires a few changes in settings, but the manual walks you through them. It's pretty plug-and-play. The "easy setup" wizards don't need to think about it when speakers pair themselves. It's stupid-simple. Love it. I wanted to make sure it could actually cast audio. I fired up the service on my phone and it was there. I chose a live recording to see what it could do and stopped doing anything for an hour. It's the most generic description I've ever heard. You're there. This is an experience that is not static. You feel like you are at the show when you listen to live recordings. It's beautiful, magical, and addictive. Which leads us to the next question, what does that mean for movies? I thought I should test that and see if it's good. Remember the line about the dog? There are fireworks in this demo. I can't think of a better example than the dog looking at the ceiling. If a dog is confused, they are doing something right. The speakers are so good that the level of immersion is amazing. They're so good at it that it makes me angry that they're doing an injustice to these things. Sound from TV to movies is easy to setup. Watching a few other TV shows and movies made the dog over at the speakers enjoy a saxophone and made everything come to life. It can be hard to balance if you're not into that kind of thing. This doesn't require any tuning on my part and it balances voices and sounds easily. God of War is in a video game mode. This should be the most amazing thing that Sony has to offer -- a Sony TV running a Sony game on a Sony PS4 through a Sony soundbar. I have played video games in a theater before, but this is the first time I have been able to hear sounds. I don't think it's the speakers' fault that some sounds fall flat. I think they aren't rendered with authentic sound and the speakers only replicate what they hear. The smaller sounds sound amazing. Sound effects are not as loud. I think it's harder to say 3.1 equates to 7.1.2. I think it's not the speakers fault. These seem to bend the laws of physics to create a sound that's more realistic and you need to pick up the rear channels. There is a noticeable difference between the rears and the fronts. The sound system doesn't shine without those rear channels. Don't get me wrong, it's still very good, but just throw in the extra money. I have a few gripes about this thing, but they wouldn't deter me from buying it. If you have a smart TV, you still need to keep two remotes. If you use the smart apps on your TV, you can't use the soundbar in a traditional format. It's not a big deal. Since I was old enough to use them, I probably have at least two remotes. I think Sony will change this in the future. It could use more power. It's perfect for my space and your mileage will vary with it. The room it's in has 16' ceilings and 20' x 30' walls. It provides a lot of punch and I think it's a good spot. If you want to fill something bigger, this may not be the system for you. Be honest with yourself, that's a pretty big room. A lot of people get caught up in the wattage game without asking themselves how often they have this thing cranking up to 11. When using a smart TV, it can be difficult to switch from one service to another. Sony could fix the software issues in time. It's a bit of an edge case and doesn't take away from the overall experience. I expected this system to be half marketing hype and it blew me away. It made me believe that sound engines can change the dynamic. It knocks it out of the park because it targets a specific buyer who really appreciates sound but doesn't want to spend a lot of money or time on it. I am grateful. I received it through the Amazon program. Let me know if you find it helpful.
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