- Jun 6, 2011
Okay, I'm looking to spend around $500-$600 US for a soundbar for the the tv. Let see what you guys recommend.
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This. I don't touch those...I recommend not buying one...
They're crap, all of them. and for 5-600$ you can get a much better setup.
Le sigh, my wife spent nearly $1k, on a Bose system, without telling me. Why, why...
Good news is, you get to spend up to a grand for what you want.
Not hard to fix that, cross overs go bad and so do the rings. I have a pair of pioneer cs-88's and after replacing the cross overs I had more lows and mids then I can handle.Also, while there are some solid speakers that are 40+ years old, you would be hardpressed to find a set that wasn't tired/muddy on the mids and lows due to use. I would get a more modern set of speakers before I went hunting for a needle in the haystack set of speakers that are 40 years old.
Materials used to make it... 40+ years of technology to improve sound. I mean a car has 4 wheels and an engine, what is different now?Speakers are analog magnets and cones, what is different now? I just bought new Z623 for $120 it came out in 2010 it sounds perfect.