Departing with my cherished NHT new Classic series 5.1 speaker system. All units sound flawless and are in great shape housed in a non-smoking/non-children's home. Due to a recent remodel, I am moving to an NHT on-wall setup and the NHT Classic's are up for sell. All speakers purchased from NHT authorized seller and cost close $2,900. Whole set goes for $1,200 or will sell them in separately. I do not have the original boxes but will be well pack and shipping from Tampa FL
Classic 3 - $425 (pair) - SOLD
Classic 3c - $375
Classic 2 - $275 (pair)
Classic 12 sub - $375 (Last Item to go...) SOLD
Or $1,200 for all five
NHT Classic Series speakers. These models are what we are known for. Most Classic models are 5th generation of the original NHT high end, not high priced speaker from the early 1990's. We think these are some of the of the best sounding, high performance speakers anywhere at prices you can afford. Our flagship speaker series features award-winning bookshelf speakers, sexy floor standing tower speakers, high end subwoofers and center channel speakers for home theater systems. No matter if you are looking for surround sound speakers to build a home theater system or a wonderful stereo pair of quality speaker to listen to your favorite orchestra or jazz combo. One listen, and you'll hear what is so special about NHT speakers. Now hear this!
The NHT Classic Three is the best bookshelf we've ever built and we've built quite a few over the last 22 years. The Three offers great bass response, close to 40Hz in room, plus wide-open, natural sounding mids and highs. While it's a really good speaker for home theater, the Three is simply remarkable for music playback.
Stereophile Magazine's Robert J. Reina said "At $800/pair, the Classic Three is a superb value, particularly for those listening rooms in which size and cosmetics are important but whose owners are reluctant to give up performance in bass definition and extension and in high-level dynamics." More of that review here.
Soundstage's Sid Voola said "in some ways, I would be hard-pressed to discern the Classic Three's performance from that of a similarly priced small floorstander. Add in the outstanding imaging and soundstaging capabilities and the Classic Three becomes a very compelling value, clearly matching or exceeding the performance of other bookshelf designs. The overall neutrality and rich midrange reproduction enhance this value further and lead me to conclude that the NHT magic has been preserved -- and then some -- in the Classic Three." More of that review here.