Mirage Speakers is among the best. Especially there omni series
Hung T Huynh, Amazon
2 October 2014
Summary: WOW!!!! Is all I can say... I've own various type of speakers from Bose to Martin Logan Electrostatic, Mirage Speakers is among the best. Especially there omni series, I first own the Mirage OS3 floor speakers, OS3 center and OS3 satellite and both S8 and S10 sub. I was blown away by there performance. It's way better then my bose 601 or 701 loudspeakers. But equally to Martin logan in sound quality, but omni module provide a spacious sound that is naturally clear.
Summary: The Mirage OMD-28 is a tower speaker that uses sophisticated driver technology, Mirage's exclusive OMNIPOLAR technology,this is and elegant cabinet design to make the speaker ideal for the listener who has floor space for a full-range tower speaker. The OMD-28 is a versatile tower speaker because it is full-range and can be used as a front main or surround speaker.
Summary: It goes so deep and low! That I can even connect it to my AV system and do away with my Sunfire! (of course, provided you have an adequate Amp like mine.) The Omni pole really works, It sounds more natural than my old lazer sharp KEF reference. The mids are marginally sweeter but men, if you can merge you AV with audio, that's a saving of of many many grands consider how much space saving there is!
Summary: I've owned a pair of the Polk Audio Monitor 70 speakers for about three years. I have been very pleased with their sound, particularly for the price I paid at the time, which was around $150 each. I always thought they really sounded great...until I bought a set of these Mirage OMD-28s. I ended up buying them off of a Woot deal. They had them on sale for a little over a third of their retail price.
Mirage OMD28 Black (Ea) 2.5-Way OMNIPOLAR(TM) Floorstanding Loudspeaker
13 June 2013
Summary: Mirage OMD28 simply rocks. For those who can accept the sound dispersion which is unique and different from traditional speakers, this top of the range floor standing model from Mirage will give you nothing short of bass extension and clarity. Just make sure you use a good amp capable of driving enough power for the speakers to extend low into the sub 40Hz frequency response.
Summary: I was using a pair of Mirage OMD-15 speakers, which I purchased in August 2010 and loved them but I really had my eye on the 28's. I finally decided to go for them and am glad I did. First off, the 28's cost a little over 3x more than the 15's but they are not 3x better. Audio gear doesn't work that way - it's an incremental improvement but to me, a noticeable improvement.
Summary: I have had these speakers for about two months. I love their sound, and now I listen to music a whole lot more than before. I have had a pair of Bose 901 series IV speakers for about 10 years. I liked their natural and open sound, but I always felt something is missing. The advantage of the Bose is that they do not punch-you-in-the-face like many direct radiating speakers.
Summary: I previously reviewed the OMD-15's and wanted to append that review but Amazon makes no provisions for 'updates'.... So, we'll pick up the story here....... After the shipping/fingerprints on the drivers nightmare I endured with the 15's, I ended up shipping them back to Crutchfield ( a second time!!) and got a refund. Put my Infinity's back into service and spent the next few months longing for the sound that came out of those 15's in my living room!!!
Summary: Mirage OMD-28 Surround Speaker System By Thomas J. Norton * Posted: Jun 10, 2007 Omnidirectional speakers have an uneven history in the audio marketplace. They've always been few in number, but persist because a few designers believe in their unique capabilities. Whether or not you accept the validity of their theory of operation, they do offer a perspective on reproduced sound different than that provided by conventional, forward-radiating designs.