Was wondering if this company is any good. Or if there a white van frauds. I never heard of them and im curious. Thank you for the help.
The speakers look decent for the price - I just sent them an Email, to find outHere is a review of the Yambeka speaker system which is in the same class/price point as the Fluance.
Would you have time for some REW sweeps? Close range, on and off axis? I've build a HTPC and I went higer end on a 2.1 stereo, but I'm still thinking about going for a affordable 5.1 system and a AVR with HDMI for easier hookup, and the oblivious surround sound. It really does seem to be too good to be true. Also, what makes the crossover nice? Got a pic?They sound good and are braced and have a good crossover. I started with these as my mains and could hang with DTS material, no problem. They do like power and I wish I could have bi-amped them then. I think bi-amping would really make their products shine and absorb any good power. I think they are a winner, any of their products. I've messed with their soft domes outside their enclosure and all drivers are shielded. The only thing was the enclosure looked to be 1/2" mdf but the details of their enclosures are excellent shipping was a bunch like $75 but well worth it. These are the ones I own:
Fluance is a terrible name, IMO :huh: but is a solid budget speaker manufacturer with a good reputation. I recommend them over Bose or the speakers that come with most HTIB's.Was wondering if this company is any good. Or if there a white van frauds. I never heard of them and im curious. Thank you for the help.
Fluance is not in the same league as Zaph. I'd lean that way too.As of now I'm leaning toward the Zaph audio DIY kits.
That is a good choice that you made - however, for those who do not want toYea i was just curious about that company. Im going with zaph. Curious about RHB audio. They look pretty good. Ill buy the zaph kits one at a time finish the buil then order next set. So tht way im not spending all the money at once. Prob do a high gloss or satin black finish. Keep it simple.
Try to communicate with Zaph, on the bi-polars to get it right. If not, then HTD will getThose look nice. I like the price of the bi polar surrounds. I have a question. I have a 7.1 harmon kardon avr-1600. I want bi-polar for the surrounds was thinking about getting a pair of zaph mt kits and turning them into bi-polar by adjusring the cu ft of cabinet to accomodate two woofers. Would you recomen that or just getting some bi-polar speakers and keeping the L C R's zaph. Thanks for the help.
The Level Three is a nice step up from the Two. The ribbon tweeter is clean sounding.I was looking through HTD site and the level 3 looks promising. I might get those instead. I like the ribbon tweeter idea and the 47-40,000 frequency range. What do you think about that series? Plus they have a di/bi-pole surrounds.