For a Home Theater in a Box, $800 for the Wharfedale DX-1 is somewhere near the upper-mid of the price range. This is targeted for the consumer that isn't afraid to pay a bit of money for decent speakers but is afraid of introducing large speakers into their space. The wall mounting for the satellites is convenient though we are confused how there is no shielding on the center given that it has to be shelf mounted. The hole in the frequency response may be offset by placement and, frankly, you are the only one worried about that hole. HTiB buyers don't care. They just want something that looks good, disappears, and has a good name. The Wharfedale DX-1 certainly fits the bill.
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