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post #7051 of 7060 Old 06-24-2016, 06:14 AM
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Hello everyone.

If anyone is not using their OMD-5 wall mounts, I would like to buy 2 from you.

I need to put my surrounds up on the wall.

Thank you.

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Hello everyone.

If anyone is not using their OMD-5 wall mounts, I would like to buy 2 from you.

I need to put my surrounds up on the wall.

Thank you.

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I believe I may be able to spare 2. PM me with an offer.

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The M3si's are truly great speakers. My brother used to have them and they never failed to impress. They are worth a retrofit if not too complicated or too costly.
They are truly great. I have a pair of M5si speakers (owned for 15 years) and they don't make 'em like that any more.
I would never sell them. They are in a stereo only setup, and the way they disappear in a room and surround you
with sound is remarkable.

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Who has heard both the M(1/3/5)si's and the OMD-28s? Anyone running the si's in an Atmos setup? I would love to read your thoughts. I have only heard the Omniguide line of Mirage speakers.

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I believe I may be able to spare 2. PM me with an offer.

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Marc, I sent you a Paypal pmt. Thanks. Nick
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Who has heard both the M(1/3/5)si's and the OMD-28s? Anyone running the si's in an Atmos setup? I would love to read your thoughts. I have only heard the Omniguide line of Mirage speakers.

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I haven't listened to the new OMD line but am very familiar with the Si and OM line and personally would not use the Si series for HT for a few reasons, number one mainly being fear of blowing a driver since replacements are unobtanium. The other reason would be the amount of high current power needed to safely use them in a HT environment. The 1 and 3 especially. They are not efficient speakers and if used with a under powered HT receiver, you are asking to smoke the tweeters.

Mirage still has parts for the OMD line so that would be a much safer better.
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FYI, if anyone has OMD fronts I have put up my 4 OMD-Rs for sale. Will probably be putting them on ebay in a week.

HT: Sony VPL-HW55ES, Screen Innovations 110" motorized Black Diamond, Samsung PN51F8500, Mirage OMD-28/OMD-C2, Revel W873 x 4 surrounds, Revel C763L x 4 heights, Hsu VTF-15 x 2, Anthem AVM-60, NHT Power5 / Marantz MM8003, Denon DBT-1713UD, DirecTV HR-34 Genie

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I haven't listened to the new OMD line but am very familiar with the Si and OM line and personally would not use the Si series for HT for a few reasons, number one mainly being fear of blowing a driver since replacements are unobtanium. The other reason would be the amount of high current power needed to safely use them in a HT environment. The 1 and 3 especially. They are not efficient speakers and if used with a under powered HT receiver, you are asking to smoke the tweeters.

Mirage still has parts for the OMD line so that would be a much safer better.
The OMD-28s and C2 also need a ton of high current power 💪. I am running over 500W each.

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Anyone here ever mod a Mirage MM6 amp? I want to re-purpose it to drive a bass shaker and need to remove the high pass filter
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