Any NHT C-4 and C-LCR owners out there?
Very little has been written on the NHT C-4 and C-LCR, in terms of professional and user reviews, at least that I can find. The C-3 standmount has been covered pretty well, but not much out there on the C-4 and C-LCR from this series.
Any owners out there that can share their experiences with these speakers?
I've had great experiences with several NHT models over the years, including the original SuperOne, SuperCenter, SB3, SB2, and SC2. I really appreciate the tight, detailed bass and seamless sub integration I've experienced with NHT's acoustic suspension designs.
I do wish they had other finish options though, as the high gloss black finish would be pretty reflective (and possibly distracting) near a video display in a darkened room.
I've been considering new L/R/C speakers for the 5.1 system, replacing the Polk LS90 floorstanders and CS400i center we currently have. No real complaints with these Polks, which have served us well for years. However, looking for perhaps more detailed and articulate speakers, and also like the idea of acoustic suspension for the reasons above.
The new Monoprice THX speakers (also acoustic suspension) are interesting too, but I want floorstanders for L/R.
5.1 and 2.0 ch: Outlaw 975/Emotiva DC-1/Rotel RB-1582 MKII/Rotel RB-1552/Audiosource Amp 3/Polk LS90, CS400i, FX500i/Outlaw X-12, LFM-1/JVD DLA-HD250/Da-Lite 100" HCCV/Sony ES BDP/Sonos Connect. DC-1/RB-1582 MKII/Sonos Connect also feed Polk 7C in garage and Dayton IO655 on patio. 2.1 ch: Denon AVR-2807/Klipsch Forte I or NHT SB2/JBL SUB 550P x 2. 2.0 ch: Rotel RX-1052/Emotiva DC-1/Klipsch RF-7 III/Sony ES BDP/LG 65" LED. 2.0 ch: Klipsch Powergate/NHT SB3. Kitchen: Sonos Play5.