Reviews and Problems with Definitive Technology Mythos Two
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Definitive's Mythos has to be one of the best bang for your buck speaker systems
15 November 2014
Summary: Definitive's Mythos has to be one of the best bang for your buck speaker systems in the market. Now I'm not an 'audiophile' by any means - I'm jut someone who likes to listen to music at the weekend or movies on a Friday night.
Summary: Like the other reviews, it sounded a little tight right out of the box, but after some "enthusiastic" movie soundtracks (War Horse) and several weeks, the sound has softened quite a bit and sounds really good. The soft vocals of some TV shows no longer need to be turned up. Recommended.
Summary: Purchased this center channel to replace a BOSE center channel (BOSE - No highs no lows, it must be BOSE!). I have to say for the money the sound quality is the best I have personally ever heard. I mounted it with the kit that came with the speaker.
Summary: My system consists of Mythos 4's for the Front speakers, Mythos 5's for the rear surrounds, a Mythos 3 for the center channel and a Super Cube II for the sub. I drive these with a Denon 2310ci and my video is a Pioneer Elite KURO signature series 60" monitor 141FD. My AV room is around 14' x 20.
Summary: Considering that the price is half for the silver compared to the black or either finish from the major electronics chain, it appeared to be a great deal. Mfg and specs looked good and after using it for a month or so I feel like I got a steal...
Summary: The Mythos 3 is competent mid-level center speaker with no discernible shortcomings. After weeks of researching, I settled on Definitive Technology's Mythos line of speakers. Despite most of them being released several years ago, they still have a modern look. However, the main attraction is value.
Summary: I believe these are great speakers for the right price (at least at the time, I got them for less that $200). I just wish it came with more mounting accessories and the mounting hole slots were sliders, so you could mount them on whatever frame you want.