Reviews and Problems with Mirage Technologies Prestige S8
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BOOM, what else do you want?
Eric Garlinghouse "E'ri:k", Amazon
27 June 2011
Summary: The Mirage S8 is the perfect size for a mid-range 7.1 system. Sounds great with the other mirage speakers and gives a controllable thump to music and movies alike. The needle point legs are a little difficult to line up with the hardwood pads it comes with and restrict fine tuning movements around the room by making it harder to do, but it does come with pads for legs if you prefer.
Summary: I bought this to replace my Mirage MM-6 sub to go with my Nano Prestige speakers. This fills my room with deep and distortion free bass. My MM-6 had troubles filling up my room and didn't go as low. This was exactly what I was looking for at not too large of a size and an unbeatable price. Updated: After more use I soured a little on this product.
Summary: I have one of these and it is very good. The room I had it in was to large for it to fill with bass. I bought a Velodyne DEQ15R and retired it but it is great for smaller areas. For this price buy it now!! You'll be getting a great sub.
Summary: Mirage makes one of the best speakers for home theater and this subwoofer is not the exception, and with the recent reduce price ($249.88), it's a must buy. It has 200 watts of continuous power and 800 watts of dynamic peak power, this subwoofer is made for larger rooms so for small or midsize rooms it will shake your house. If you look at others subwoofers with the same specs you will find that they cost over $500, so this subwoofer at this price it's a bargain.