First post! but thought i should boast the sinclair brand, i agree with above statements. I have looked at a large selection of brands and for this price range its really hard to beat!possibly the best because its also a contender with the entry audiophile speakers. They sound AWESOME and as mentioned the build quality is incredible, very solid and heavy. Excellent bass and trebile, i feel like the mids could be better but it could just be me trying to pick them apart. I paid 650$ CDN for the 460T, also received a deal on the 50B bookshelves and 25CC center channel. Ill also be buying another pair of 50B's to make a 7.1 system once im out of my apartment..... yes apartment
So the entire 7.1 package what i paid, would retail for a pair of B&W 684's ( i loved the sound of them especially for music ) but could also not be happier with my decision. I purchased a Pioneer Elite SC-79 with balls of power Bi amping the 460t's to 290watts rms per speaker and 145watts rms to center / surrounds.
On a side note, i pulled a 12" kicker L7 750rms sub out of my car and bought a 1000watt dayton plate amp ( actually around 800 watt ) but a solid ammount of power for the sub ( wish i had abit more overhead )
I highly recommend building your own subbox or paying for someone to do it for you. if your crafty do research on how to build one and tuning the box using winisd, it will give you information on how it will sound before you build it based on tuning of the box / size / sub characteristics. I wouldnt recommend the Kicker L7 to someone doing this down the road but it sounds solid and like a beast. it took a long time to set it up properly using the amps dials and my pioneers settings.
Either way i would recommend even audiophiles to check this brand out, it is a solid contender especially at its price point and build quality.