I heard them at CES. They were impressive at first (and in a short listening period), but started to show their flaws over long listening sessions.
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I recently bought a pair of Mythos One mains & Mythos Three center channel. I love the imaging and detail from these speakers. They replace DBX Soundfield V's. The specs on the Ones claim 40hz low end, but that's got to be less than -3db. I am using a HSU VTF-3 subwoofer at 100hz crossover & the blending is seamless. My living (great) room is 24X24 feet, with an exposed-truss cathedral ceiling. With my former speakers, I had lots of nodes of low volume and others of increased volume. Walking across the room was a hoot! With these Mythos speakers, however, the soundfield is much more uniform. I was most impressed by the detail I heard in CDs I was familiar with. I was hearing things that I didn't know were in the recording! As you may surmise, I'm very pleased with these speakers. (I'm not a pro, but I'm not being paid anything by Definitive or anyone else, either... )