Jamo Surround Two Surround Speakers

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Product Description

THX Certified Surround Speaker System - 3-Way Dipole Design - 6½" / 165mm Woofer, 2 x 3¾" / 95mm Midrange, 2 x 1" / 25mm Tweeters

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Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by Tobias a Audio Enthusiast

Date Reviewed: February 25, 2001

Bottom Line:   
Before I only used normal rear speakers (I don´t know what such are called) and then I bought these babies. I have listened to B&W THX DIPOLE and was very impressed. Now I knew that I wanted to buy a dipole but not the B&W´s because I have had some bad experinces with it. So I went down to my local hifi-center and bought a complet JAMO THX SURROUND SYSTEM, with 400 watt RMS SUB and two front´s and a center. Those were rated to 250 watt RMS. The rear were rated to 200 watt RMS. This system is excelent. Especially the rears and the sub. The rears are giving the most impressive difus sound I have ever heard. A crystal clear diskant and mid tone. The bass is also Ok. But this system only sounds good on a pretty good surroundreceiver or amplifier.
My advise is. Buy em´.

Ps. Sorry for the spelling!!

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Used product for:   1 to 3 months

Duration Product Used:   Audio Enthusiast

Product model year:   2000

Price Paid:    $2860.00

Purchased At:   Electronic World (A hifi-center in Denmark)

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