Reviews and Problems with Definitive Technology Mythos ST SuperTower
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Definitive Technology Mythos ST SuperTower®
17 June 2014
Summary: Mythos ST SuperTower is a great speaker after breaking it in around 30-40 hrs. It has good overall clarity, loves playing loud but lacks a little bad azzzz bass punch, so still recommend buying subwoofer with it if u enjoy good bass.
Pros: Tight overall clarity and tone across all ranges, good bass w Amp Gorgeous speaker that plays well with movies and all types if music Receiver you will need to play with audio settings to maximize your preference
Cons: Not strong enough bass, still recommend better amp or subwoofer.... But love speaker. Big speaker height weight and depth, need space
Summary: I've had these speakers about a year now and absolutely love everything about them. The sound quality is simply amazing, whether you listen to classical, jazz, country, movies or dance music every facet of the sound is dead-on, highs are clean and clear, mid-range is pronounced and the bass is...
Pros: Tremendous clarity Wow... the bass Beautiful design Built and materials are top notch
Cons: HEAVY. haha... I guess high quality speakers weigh a lot :( The granite bases don't help matters any. I wouldn't trade them for the world... unless of course it was to get their bigger badder siblings :)
Summary: I bought Mythos STs for left and right channels in a rig for both music and home theater. They are paired them with a Sony DA5800ES. The reviews from the introduction of these speakers back in 2008 are strong and they perform as advertised. They sound great. They look quite nice.
Summary: Just wanted to post a response regarding your subwoofer reference. Multiple subwoofers are always more difficult to setup than a single sub. The reason why you have the differences in output even if you have the same setting on each speakers is because of your room and speaker placement.
Summary: I've had my pair of ST's now for a month. I'm very pleased with them. They are set up in a dedicated 2 channel audio only acoustically treated room. They sounded promising right out of the box. Def. Tech. recommends 40 to 60 hours or more of break-in time to start sounding their best.