If your wondering what you should spend your money on when it comes to building a home theater system, it's undoubtedly the speakers which are most important.
Followed by a decent amp receiver to drive them.
While some people would balk over paying one thousand dollars for speakers,.
A pair of psp imagine st2s will likely outlast everything else in your system, including your TV.
At $1299 a pair, these are definitely an investment, but you sure get a lot of speaker for your money.
These are tall speakers.
They're a bit over three feet.
And they're attractive looking with a black ash wrap.
And its distinctive three-way speaker arrangement consisting of a carbon fiber mid driver and a two bass drivers.
Like most PSB speakers, the X2T uses a one inch titanium tweeter and this and a mid-range driver are kept in their own cabinet to separate them from the bass.
While I had some reservations about the smaller X1Ts, I've no such problems with these.
The X2T is a very talented performer, which is able to communicate dynamics, as well as, subtlety across a wide number of genres.
They will also kick **** in a home cinema context getting as low down as 40 hertz.
The only thing to be aware of is that they do deliver a lot of bass.
And in a small room this could be overwhelming [INAUDIBLE] But if you do have the space, the X2Ts are excellent value for the money.
This is Todd Pendlebreef for Cnet.com.
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