Released November, 2006
The Pros:Well balanced sound, covers the midrange evenly. Crossover points are ideal for work with other speakers. Dispersion is excellent for movies when creating space is important.
The Cons:Sound too bright at first, need to be run in a bit.
The Mirage OMD-5 is is a bookshelf speaker offered by Mirage, and is the largest model available. The compact speaker is designed to give true movie or live concert expereiences in your home. The stylish and small design make this a perfect fit in virtually any room, and is a perfect choice for rooms that can not fit the larger floor standing speakers.
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Contained in the cabinet are a 5.5" poly titanium deposit hybrid woofer and a 1" pure titanium hybrid dome. This features Mirages patented Omniguide module and a ribbed elliptical surround to give a unique 360º immersive sound. The cabinet is handmade and comes in two exquisite high gloss wood veneers; piano black or rosewood, and has removeable cloth. Mirage even includes a polishing cloth to keep it looking as good as new.
- System Type: OMNIPOLAR Bookshelf / Satellite Speaker
- Frequency Response: 60 Hz - 20 kHz (+/- 3dB)
- Recommended Amplifier Power: 10-175 Watts (unclipped)
- Impedance: 6 Ohms Nominal / 4 Ohms Minimum
- Tweeter: 1" Pure Titanium Hybrid Dome
- Woofer: 5.5" Poly Titanium Deposit Hybrid
- Room Efficiency: 90 dB
- Crossover Point: 2.3 kHz
- Overall Dimensions HxWxD (in): 9.18 x 6.45 x 7.22
- Overall Dimensions HxWxD (cm): 23.3 x 16.4 x 18.3
- Weight: 8 lb / 3.63 kg
- Finishes: High Gloss Black; High Gloss Rosewood
- Included Accessories: Wall Bracket and Polishing Cloth
- Optional Accessories: Macromount
User Reviews (1)
well balanced sound, covers the midrange evenly
crossover points are ideal for work with other speakers
dispersion is excellent for movies when creating space is important
look beautiful, very complimentary to most decor
small enough to be tucked into a limited available space
ideal for all satellite positions in a 6.1 setup
sound too bright at first, need to be run in a bit
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