Posted on Friday, June 17 2005 @ 17:19:02 CEST by LSDsmurf
More often than not, there's an inverse relationship between the size of a speaker and its sound quality. But while it's difficult to get good sound out of tiny speakers, it's certainly not impossible. And there's no better proof than JBL's SCS180.6 surround-speaker system. Thanks to a brawny subwoofer, the SCS180.6 system delivers accomplished--and decor-friendly--home-theater and music performance in small to midsize rooms. It's not as stylish as its more expensive 7.1-channel ancestor, the SCS300.7, but it's a steal at its $399 list price, and it's widely available for less.