Definitive Announces Another Mythos for Flat Panels
The Mythos Ten is designed to work with flat TVs that are at least 50 inches.
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Definitive’s Mythos Ten is designed to be used as a front left/right of center-channel speaker.
September 17, 2007 by Rachel Cericola

Definitive has added another speaker to its Mythos line. Designed for flat-panels at least 50 inches in size, the Mythos Ten attaches to the wall to make your TV addiction seem more like art deco.

They also sound nice, thanks to two high-def balanced dual surround system 5.25-inch drivers and two 6 x 10-inch racetrack-shaped planar medite low-bass radiators. The company says that it makes more bass than a single 12-inch subwoofer—even though they recommend pairing the system with Definitive’s Super Cube I sub.

Two active 5.25-inch drivers surround the Pure Aluminum tweeter, which is the same as the ones used in the Mythos ST SuperTowers. It does have a new voice coil, new dome, new surround and faceplate. Doesn’t sound all that similar after all!

Other specs include a frequency response of 31Hz – 30kHz, 92dB sensitivity, amplification of 10 – 300 watts per channel, and it also comes with all of the hardware to mount the thing.

Use the Mythos Ten as a front left/right of center-channel speaker. It will be available next month for $899.95 each.

 

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Rachel Cericola - Contributing Writer
Over the past 15 years, Rachel Cericola has covered entertainment, web and technology trends. Check her out at www.rachelcericola.com.

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