Summary: I have the Omnisat 5.1 system that didn't come with a functional center channel speaker, but LOVE the sound I get from the other speakers. I upgraded to this speaker and am now content with my setup. The only thing I didn't like about the speaker is that there are only two options for mounting.
Summary: This has turned out to be a great quality center speaker. It preforms flawlessly and sounds great. It is able to handle my power needs as well without any distortion. I have been using this for some time now, as I did not want to review something that had not been in use for a while.
Summary: This is a great little center speaker that apparently isn't made anymore. I'm not sure who is going to benefit from this review, but here it goes anyway! The OS3-CC is lighter than I expected, so I was little worried when I first removed it from its box.
Summary: I have to confess that my first mistake was believing that I could pair this center with a pair of Mirage OMD5's, assuming that sharing a similar tweeter would make it a good match. From the start things were a bit off.
Summary: My wife surprised me with this gift for my B-day (upon my hint) I am crazy about speakers and getting the ultimate home theatre sound. I have bought several CC speakers over the years (Polk, Infinity, Big, small) and I MUST say this one has incredible SOUND and looks great taking up very little...
Summary: This is an incredible center channel for any entertainment center. Has one 3" mid under the tweeter and two 4 1/2" woofers. Throughly impressed with this speaker's sound quality and the fact that it looks great doesn't hurt either.
Great sounding CC but quality could of been better
Michael SF, Amazon
5 May 2011
Summary: Relevant system parts: Denon 1911, MX 5.1 speakers (surrounds), OS3-Sat (for front), OC3-CC in a room that is approx 16x14x8 I purchased the CC after installing the MX system because it was lacking a strong center channel.