DIY Audio is a force multiplier of exponential value.
Think about all of the R&D that you are cutting out of the picture, all the time and money spent on countless employees planning and revising every bit of material for both construction and even packaging to increase a company like Klipsch's bottom line. Think about all of the middle men who make money off of your purchase when you buy store bought speakers. Wholesalers, distributors, sales men, followed by the big box retailer.
Don't get me wrong, Klipsch makes an outstanding product. The bottom line is, a commercial design cant even begin to contend with quality DIY designs on a price point, capability or quality of components for that matter. With DIY, what you see is what you get. Jed's Clearwaves (he's the designer) are an exceptional design. Do a little research and you'll find out on your own. For the 4T mains and 4CC for sale in the above link you're talking about a $2k investment, I would put them up against most anything commercially available out to the $8k-10k range and perhaps even out there further. Don't even get me started on the limited capability of commercial subs when compared to DIY. UNPARALLELED
PM me if you want to know my own impressions with mine.
Beware though, DIY is a slippery slope. Once your "shown the light" its a never ending hobby.
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Pre/Pro: Emotiva XMC-1 - Power: Emotiva XPA-5 Gen 2 - LCR: DIY Clearwave Dynamic 4T SE & 4CC - Surrounds: Mirage OMD-5 - Sub: DIY Dayton Audio - Sources: PS3 - XBox One - DIY HTPC