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can't go wrong with this price. Good reviews on amazon too. I've just placed my order :-)
I am running two old infinity RS10 floor standing speakers w/ an Energy m6 sub. I can use these to complete my 7.1 surround or put the RS10 on CL.
I prefer buying from Amazon, since their return policy is so liberal.
MartinLogan MLT-2 Home Theater System (Black)
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I just recvd my ML-1from them box was damaged, big hole on side of box refused ups.called newegg will get refund for them, then placed order for the ML-2s they have larger 4.5 inch drivers vs 3.5 in the ml1s
You mean to say they are better than Klipsch 500 or Polk RM510 or RM705????
If yes I want to buy.
also I want to understand which is better in Polk RM510 or Polk RM705? I am not finding any good comparison.
IMHO, based on specs and reviews, the MLT-2 should handily outperform the Klipsch and Polk system. One thing of note, it is the only system that is actually rated within +/-3dB through it's frequency response range. The others have no rating at all, which is far more common. The ML/Paradigm systems were built for a different price bracket than the Klipsch and Polk system.
I know the Newegg sale has ended, but it comes up every 3 months or so. I'm curious though...
How does the Martin Logan MLT-2 system compare to the NHT AbsoluteZeros? Granted, the MLT-2 are satellites and the AbsoluteZeros are bookshelves.
The NHT AbsoluteZero has a larger mid-woofer (5.25").
Both sets feature a 1" high tweeter.
I already have a (Passive) subwoofer with my HTIB Onkyo HTS-3400 that I'll probably keep even though I know it's the weak link in the speaker setup. The receiver in the HTIB can only accommodate a Passive Sub, so I'd have to sell the MLT-2 sub.
Which speaker set would be better for a Crossover Frequency at 80hz or 100hz, taking my Passive Subwoofer into account?
I'm just really attracted to the smaller physical size of the MLT-2 since the intended setup is in the Living Room (with limited space availability). Not to mention, the Living Room is small'ish so I don't need something super crazy.
New egg has the MartinLogan MLT-2 5.1CH Premium Home Theater Speaker System Black System on sale for $250. I'm thinking of putting these in for surrounds to remove my Bose Acoustimass 15 setup, and compliment my ML Motion 12 fronts. Bet the 7.2 setup would sound good.
What are your guys opinion on the Pioneer SP-PK21BS 5.1 speaker system? I have this speaker set, but was also thinking of getting the MartinLogan MLT-2 5.1. Which setup would you guys say is the better one?
Thanks for the replies guys, that was quick .... I can't believe at one time these were a 1000 bucks. Sometimes I wonder if companies just markup prices at first and then start selling at the rate it should have been selling in the first place and call it a sale!
Are these good for a dedicated media room? I was looking at either the pioneers or the Denon with the Boston Accoustics 5.1 package. Then I saw this Martin Logan 5.1 package.
For $169 they are a great set. But if you are trying to setup a good system for HT usage in a dedicated room, better to save up a good bit more and get a better sub and speakers that can be crossed over at 80hz.
Can the pioneers do that? I wanted the pioneer bookshelves but they are heavy and finding a mount for them would be difficult. I know I need to save up for a sub I was looking at the Bic PL-200. Below is a picture of the room the wall where the screen will go. I just got the Optoma hd131xe in yesterday and waiting on my 120" screen from jamestown