"Voor de prijs van $399 ben jij eigenaar van dit setje. Een must voor diegene die van hun computer en DVD player een thuis bios willen maken. Bij Thresh's FiringSquad schroeven ze het ding ook even open":
found the satellites to have pretty good imaging, not the type of imaging that made the speakers disappear, but good enough to generate a uniform sound field. One reason for this is rotating tweeter on the satellite. I like direct sound better than reflected sound, so I aimed the tweeters at my seating position. A nicer touch would have been to offer these same satellites for the rear channels, instead of having a single driver in the rear. Today most surround channel data isn't full range, but many new movies are using creative mixing techniques that do treat the rear channels to a full range signal.
Vocal tracks were clear and open, competitive with the Cambridge systems, but without the transparency of the more expensive VideoLogic Siroccos. The Klipsch Promedias are a little brighter than the DigiTheatres and have a little more kick with the subwoofer. I found it rather difficult to individually characterize the sound of the DigiTheatres as everything seemed to work well together. This synergy really came together when I switched from standard music listening to full-fledged Dolby Digital.
I was impressed with the shear amount of volume that could be coaxed from the system given the modest power ratings. I could get the music blasting to the point where I was afraid I was going to receive my neighbor's wrath, without incurring too much distortion or other signs of audible distress. The DigiTheatres aren't as loud as the Klipsch speakers, but they are loud enough for most medium sized rooms.