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Mirage MM-6


$600.00 Released August, 2008

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Bass output is clean and tight, not muddy. Resists distortion even at higher volumes. Compact design profile, can be fit into tighter spaces.

The Cons:High gloss finish gathers dust quickly, will need to wipe off fingerprints after setup. Doesn't go as deep as many other subwoofers in the same range - only noticeable for specific music styles. Small 6.5" woofer - physically impossible to create the frequencies / volume of larger drivers.

The Mirage MM-6 is an ultra-lightweight and high-powered subwoofer featuring a high-gloss black finish hand-sanded to perfection. Released in October 2008, the Mirage MM-6 subwoofer features a 6.5” black anodized aluminum cone woofer with inverted Ribbed Elliptical Surround technology that provides true depth without unwanted distortion.

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Product Shot 2 Plus, the Mirage MM-6 also includes an integrated high-power 800-watt amplifier. The most notable feature of the MM-6 is its small 8” cube frame, so tiny that the unit can easily be tucked away under a table or into a corner. Despite its diminutive demeanor, the Mirage MM-6 still outputs intense, full-bodied bass described as “filling a room with magnificent sound.” The Mirage MM-6 retails for $600.00 and comes with a 1 year limited warranty.

Features

  • High Gloss Black Finish
  • 6.5” Cone Woofer & 2 Passive Radiators
  • Ribbed Elliptical Surround Technology
  • Integrated 800-Watt Amplifier
  • Frequency: 42Hz-200Hz
  • Dimensions: 8 x 8 x 8 inches
  • Weight: 10.1 Lbs

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Pros
  • 2

    bass output is clean and tight, not muddy

  • 2

    resists distortion even at higher volumes

  • 2

    compact design profile, can be fit into tighter spaces

  • 2

    enough power output to fill most rooms

  • 2

    setup is very straightforward, no surprises

  • 1

    800W built in amplifier (actively powered)

Cons
  • 2

    high gloss finish gathers dust quickly, will need to wipe off fingerprints after setup

  • 1

    doesn't go as deep as many other subwoofers in the same range - only noticeable for specific music styles

  • 1

    small 6.5" woofer - physically impossible to create the frequencies / volume of larger drivers

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