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DCM CINEMAGIC 106-6 Piece Surround
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Overall Rating:5
Submitted by Jhelcher a a Casual Listener

Date Reviewed: November 13, 1998

Bottom Line:   
Had $300 dollars left over to buy speakers after buying Harman Kardon AVR20 for $199. Listened to JBL scs115 & 120, bid on them on webauctions. Read the review for the Cinemagic posted by "movie dude" and other reviews of DCM's products and decided to give a smaller named(home state) company a chance. Thank you "moviedude". This system is a great for the price. It surpasses comparably and higher priced systems I've listened to. For $500 total I have a system that sounds like I spent much more. I would reccomend this sytem to anyone who wants big sound, not big name or price. Check out spidergear.com it sells for $239 + $60 s/h, it also is featured frequently at dealdeal.com for about the same amount.

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Overall Rating:5
Submitted by jHELCHER a a Casual Listener

Date Reviewed: November 13, 1998

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With kids and Christmas coming up I was lucky to talk my wife into spending the $500 dollars I spent on my system. (including S/H). I purchased a Harman Kardon AVR20-II from webauction.com for $199 (including S/H), and then I needed some speakers. I had some old Cerwin Vega D-7's I bought used a few years back for $80. To me they sounded great for stereo but I needed the sorround. I shopped arround the store's and the internet wanting to spend the $300 bucks I had left to get a speaker system. Of course there wasn't much to choose from. I had listened to JBL's SCS115 & 120, and I could have got them for about the same price if I was a lucky bidder. I took a chance on a company I knew little about except they were from my home state and I had read one good review posted here for this system. I'm glad I didn't win the auctions for the jbl's. This system is great. I got it for $239 ($299 after S/H) from spidergear.com. After having it hooked up this system blows away the comparable and higher priced big named products I listened to at local stores. I'm glad I checked out the review here before making my decision. This product is also frequently auctioned @ dealdeal.com and sometimes goes for about the same price, often higher. Definitly recomend for some one who's wanting big sound not big name or price.

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Overall Rating:5
Submitted by Movie Dude a an Audio Enthusiast

Date Reviewed: October 14, 1998

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The DCM Cinemagic 106-6 Surround Sound Speaker System comes with a four (4) CX-007 compact monitor speakers, a CX-CENTER channel module, and a KX-1 100 watt powered subwoofer. I play these speakers through a Denon AV receiver in a 12'x18' home theater room and the sound is incredible! If you are looking fot big movie sound and quality at a great price I highly recommend this system! Suggested retail is $799 but you can buy them much cheaper online. Try spidergear.com they sell them for just over $200

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