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Outlaw Audio LFM-1

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Outlaw Audio LFM-1 Subwoofer

16 October 2004
  • Summary: When auditioning the Outlaw Audio LFM-1, I was continually impressed by its performance. The most amazing thing was that it hit high sound-pressure levels without audible port noise, which is usually where I hear performance deficiencies at or near this price. Another remarkable feat was the LFM-1’s ability to blend well with bass-deficient speakers such as the Magnepan MMG W/MMG C system.
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Outlaw Audio LFM-1 subwoofer

19 March 2004
  • Conclusion: Today's home theater is a lot more sophisticated than in days past. The speaker count has risen steadily, with many systems now employing seven speakers thanks to Dolby Digital EX, DTS ES, Pro Logic IIx, Logic 7, and other processing modes that generate surround back channels. The LFE channel on Dolby Digital and DTS tracks is a far cry from the days of Dolby Surround and Dolby Pro Logic, making a subwoofer (or more than one sub) much more important.
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