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I have a pair of book shelves JBL E20... is it worth to upgrade to

Mirage OS3Sat?


Maximum Recommended Amplifier Power: 125 Watts

Power Handling (Continuous/Peak): 60 Watts/240 Watts

Impedance: 8 Ohms nominal

Sensitivity (2.83V/1m): 86dB

Frequency Response (-3dB): 68Hz - 20kHz

Crossover Frequency: 3000Hz

High-Frequency Transducer: 3/4" (19mm) Titanium-laminate dome, shielded

Low-Frequency Transducer: 5" (130mm) PolyPlas, shielded

Dimensions (H x W x D): 10-7/8" x 6" x 8-1/8" ( 275mm x 153mm x 206mm)

Weight Per Speaker: 7 lb (3.2kg)

Mirage OS3Sat (Black)

Power rating: 10W - 150W recommended amplifier power

Nominal impedance: 8 ohms (4-ohm minimum)

Tweeter: 1" pure titanium hybrid tweeter

Midrange: 4.5" polypropylene titanium deposit hybrid driver with phase plug

Crossover: 2.7kHz

Cabinet design: Extruded aluminum cabinet reinforced with Medium Density Fiberboard

Magnetic shielding: Yes

Mounting options: Wall-ceiling mounting (bracket included) / floor placement with optional floorstand

Additional Specifications

Patented Ribbed Elliptical Surround technology on midrange driver

Onmipolar® technology with Omniguide module

Frequency response: 70Hz - 20kHz ±3dB

Room efficiency: 89dB

Inputs: High-quality 5-way binding posts

Dimensional Specifications

Dimensions: 5.25" W x 8.25" H x 6.2" D

Weight: 4.8 lbs

Can some one explain what is the most Important thing on this Specs?


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I have the Mirage OS3 sats and can tell you they make excellent surround speakers. I'm running them with the OMD-15's for the fronts and the OS3-CC for the center. I am totally satisfied and please with the sound. I have found the Mirage design makes the physical placement of my surrounds less critical than other speakers. To me, the sound quality is top notch.

(Once my SVS sub arrives I'll really be rockin')

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Originally Posted by rlantigua /forum/post/15519158

wich one will performa better according to specs?

I don't put a lot of stock in specs alone. I use specs to group systems (speakers, receivers, computers, etc.) into categories, or levels. For speakers, you should always allow your ears to make the final determination. Specs alone just will not cut it.

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I use specs but the final decision is by listening. I just got 4 OS3's, an OSCC and 2 MM-8 subs. I and relly happy with the full rich sound these produce. My main reason for considering Mirage was to down size from the MK speakers I had. I'm just as happy with my mirage setup as the Mk.

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