Gamespot heeft een review van de Imagination (Videologic) DigiTheatre speakers online gezet. De set bestaat uit 4 satellites, een center speaker, subwoofer en Dolby Prologic decoder:
The DigiTheatre speakers, at their default settings, sound like many low-cost, surround-sound setups. They don't fare particularly well on musical material, even when you navigate the awkward controls to set it up for pure stereo. The vocals sound very forward - in fact, most midrange sounds have too strong a presence. It actually gets worse if you kick in the center channel. Don't get me wrong - they didn't sound bad. It's just that there was too much emphasis in the midrange. The speakers could be cranked up quite loud, though at the highest volume, clipping distortion was quite evident. Al Stewart's already nasal voice in Roads to Moscow (from the Rhino Record reissue of Past, Present and Future) sounded like Al had a bad case of hay fever. Loreena McKennitt fared a bit better, with her svelte soprano tones shining through on The Dark Night of the Soul (from The Mask and the Mirror). Diverse bizzarie Sopra la Vecchia Sarabanda o pur Ciaconna, one of my favorite renaissance music pieces, didn't come across well at all, sounding thin and lacking presence. On the other hand, Sarah McLachlan's Building a Mystery pumped out a satisfying wall of sound, and McLachlan's voice was strong but not too much so. All in all, it was a mixed bag for music.