• The LCR looks far more impressive than its price would have you believe and, when you consider the level of control and customization Outlaw packed into such a compact and affordable speaker, its price becomes even more impressive.
• While quite musical in nature, especially when used to listen to multi-channel music, the LCRs are home theater speakers at heart and can rock a film soundtrack and/or explosion like nobody's business.
• Dialogue through the LCRs is intelligible and natural, while the overall spaciousness and sonic oneness the LCRs possess between all five matching speakers is awesome.
• Dynamically, the LCRs may have no equals in their price range.
• The level of control and quasi-EQ the LCRs are equipped with make placement and set-up a breeze and maximize the LCRs' potential in almost any environment.
For just under $650 each, the Outlaw LCR loudspeaker is a true home theater enthusiast's dream come true. Mate the LCR to a flat panel display and a capable receiver and you have yourself a take no prisoners home theater on a budget that will have you scratching your head and wondering why you'd want to spend more. The LCRs' sonic traits are impressive, to say the least, and one only needs to spend a little time with them to fall completely in love. The LCRs are top performers in their class and a fine new addition to the Outlaw family of products, making Outlaw a truly one-stop spot for all your home theater needs.
Review here - http://www.hometheaterreview.com/equ...ewed002003.php
And another here - http://hometheatermag.com/compactspeakers/708out/
You could use any sub, of your choosing, which I have done and they still sound spectacular...DD