Wow! We’re thrilled! Secrets of Home Theater and Hi Fidelity just announced their 2010 Products of the Year, and our Epic 80-800 Home Theater Speaker System swept the Best 5.1 surround-sound speaker system category!
Here’s an excerpt from Chris Eberle’s review of the Epic 80-800 5.1 Surround Sound Speaker System earlier this year:
Don’t be fooled by their low prices and direct-only sales. These speakers are serious. They have 30 years of development behind them and they compete easily with some very famous and more expensive brands.
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Check out the latest M3 bookshelf speaker review at About.com.
Reviewer Gary Altunian writes “While they belted out a good country tune, they also behaved with finesse in Ana Caram’s performance of ‘Meditation’ from Chesky Records ‘Rio After Dark’ disc. The piano, her delicate voice and other instruments sounded very detailed and clean with good center imaging.”
Read the full bookshelf speaker review here!
Q. If I get M60 or M80 floorstanding speakers for my left and right front channels in my home theater system, do I still need a subwoofer?
A. You can use the M60 or M80 without a subwoofer because both have smooth, extended bass output, but for movie soundtracks and home theater applications, the subwoofer produces lots of very low-frequency effects designated just for the sub, plus bass for the center and effects channels, especially when you have the Bass Management in your receiver set to “Small” for the center and surround speakers. If you set your main floor standing tower speakers to “Large”, the subwoofer will still handle deep bass dedicated to the LFE channel and the towers will cover bass that was mixed full frequency to the front left and right towers. Log in
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