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    Default Definitive Technology Mythos STS SuperTower Speaker System Review


    By Mark Fleischmann • March, 2009 Price: $4,355 At A Glance: Slender, gloss black, extruded-aluminum towers • Dual built-in powered subs with passive radiators • Superb dialogue reproduction
    Hide the Sub—No, Subs!

    Why build a system around powered towers like Definitive Technology’s Mythos STS SuperTower? Wouldn’t it be easier to live with a subwoofer? Maybe. Maybe not.



    With the Mythos STS SuperTower, Definitive has given new life to a product genre that deserves it. The towers are well made, cunningly engineered, and elegant. When you combine them with the Mythos Nine, they are excellent storytellers, especially with the parts of a story that require credible reproduction of the human voice. And they can handle any kind of music. You won’t get as much slam as you’d get from a 12-inch sub, but you get something with which you—and someone else—can live.

    Complete review courtesy of HomeTheaterMagazine
    http://hometheatermag.com/floorlouds...peaker_system/

    Thank You Home TheaterMagazine.

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    If any of you are shopping for speakers in this price range, you MUST give these a listen. Some cool things; quite high WAF factor, really, really tight deep bass and you don't need a he-man amp because your amp is essentially driving a pair of mini monitors while the internal amps on the speakers do all the heavy lifting. I love the balance on these.

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    I love the design of these speakers as well...except for the dispersion tweeter.

    Haven't heard one that agrees with my ears.


    Leave the tweeters alone! (and for god's sake use a soft material)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loves2Watch View Post
    I like the larger models, the ST rather than the STS. The sound is much improved with the larger subs.
    My room is obviously tighter than yours L2W so I prefer a smaller device. People like you that have big, wide open rooms will probably prefer the larger models and appreciate the extra pounding that a longer, thicker tower with larger woofers offer up.
    Last edited by Loves2Watch; 04-15-2009 at 12:26 PM.

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