What is better than M&K 750THX for same money?

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  1. David Barteaux

    David Barteaux Stunt Coordinator

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    M&K 750THX sells for $375 each. What is better out there for the same $$?
     
  2. Mike Sloan

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    Axiom M22ti are very nice sounding!
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    The750THX system is a really nice setup. I have heard it and for the money would not disappoint. Here is a review:
    M&K Review
     
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    I would go with M&K's!
    As a M&K owner I can tell you I have heard nothing better, thats why I own them.[​IMG]
     
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    Stick with the M&K.
     
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    Properly set up, with decent room acoustics, good power, (you don't have to go overboard) and use 80Hz as a crossover, it is a dynamite system.
    I was running mine for almost a year using the internal 100Hz crossover of my receiver. I got the Outlaw ICBM and set up the front 3 speakers at 80Hz. It was like an upgrade.

    (I only use the surrounds for 6 channel DVD-A or video, so those are set 'small' in my DVD player and cutoff at 100Hz. )

    It sounded just fine before, now its sounds incredible, in 5.1 or 2 channel stereo.
    Mainly for rooms under 2500 cu ft. About the only thing I may change is adding another sub.
    Great speakers! Punchy, smooth, and accurate.
     

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