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Son unos muy buenos altavoces los se utilizado con un amplificador onkyo y en general el sonido es nítido y "¿calibrado?" Pero falta mucho bajo por lo cual es necesario considerar comprar un subwoofer junto con estos altavoces... Es importante verificar que la caja venga en buen estado ya que la mía tenía un pequeño golpe y eso fue suficiente para que la rejilla frontal se lastimara.
I bought these speakers for a home theater/music listening dual purpose. I compared with 2 other budget speakers. I'm not a high end audiophile. I don't have scientific test equipment or decibel meters and I wasn't looking at the frequency curve, just listening to audio and comparing. That being said, I compared the Jamo S 803, Elac Debut b6.2, and Infinity Reference 152. Result: I returned these speakers and went with the Infinity Reference speakers (get them on sale).
Thoughts: Jamo S 803: Light, almost too light. They look great though really, very stylish and can sit in the living room without being an eyesore. The versatility with the atmos passthrough was attractive and front ported means they can be put right up against the wall. Sound was..decent. They're a little bright sounding and fatiguing to listen to for a long time in my opinion. The mids sounded very recessed, but vocal clarity is a big point for me. These speakers did require more power than the others and sounded almost..veiled when listening side by side. That being said, for the money these did not sound bad by any means. The bass was pretty light, and when paired with a sub these sound way better. In a home theater setup, for the price, these are hard to beat.
Elac: Got these on sale for slightly more than the Jamos, but they are originally more expensive speakers. That being said, I honestly liked these less than the Jamos. Much better build quality, but I got the 6.2 which is a physically larger speaker so direct comparison is difficult. Bass was where these stood out. Great low end, very full and slightly warm sounding. The mids and highs sounded a little muffled on these speakers. These were very comforting to listen to, and with the right music they would be great speakers. Not my pick for home theater use. My testing helper loved these speakers and I hated them. They seemed polarizing if you like the sound signature or not.
Infinity: The winners. Got these on sale for basically the same price as the Jamos. Wow. These speakers are very clear. I got the 152 speaker so same size as the Jamos. The cabinets are a little large, but they sound great. The matching center is awesome (would have loved the larger speakers and center but couldn't fit them in my setup). For the size though, the sound is great. They have clear highs and mids without being fatiguing like the Jamos were to me. Great for music and have a little punch for home theater. Pretty neutral sounding. Paired with a sub they sound much bigger than they are.
If you can't wait for the Infinity speakers to go on sale, the Jamos, especially the home theater kit with the fronts, surrounds, and center is an awesome deal. If you can pay just slightly more and the Infinity speakers are on sale, do yourself a favor and get those.
These speakers are a base king. For the size they amaze me with every song I hear. So clean and the imaging is so immersive . Banging speakers. BUY them today! These are so good for the price I am buying a set of them for each of my kids.