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M&K LCR 55 Mark II

M&K LCR 55 Mark II
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5 reviews

May, 2018

We have collected and analyzed 5 user reviews from international sources. The average review date is Jul 29, 2001. We have compared these reviews to 1175880 reviews from other Speakers. Last update: May 23, 2018.

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M&K LCR-55


This review is for the LCR-55 MKIII Center Channel speaker.While I am waiting to get the 750THX complete system, my Yamaha RX-V1 requires a center rear speaker so I bought the LCR-55 MKIII for my rear center. This small center speaker is AMAZING!!! The...

The sound is incredible! very clear. No other speaker I have heard has clearer and stronger sound than M&K (including Atlantic Technology THX)

Weaknesses:The Cabinet enclosure is made by compressed particle wood, which is easy to get damaged. The square corner of the rear has a large dent due to shipping and poor packaging

Sep, 2002

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M&K LCR-55


Being my first major loudspeaker purchase, I demo'd as many systems I could. The goal was Three years later I'm still getting comments on how good this system sounds.



Jan, 2002

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M&K LCR-55


I'm very happy with these. Maybe its my age, but I appreciate a speaker more with good treble and mid-range reproduction qualities than their ability for intense bottom end. Besides, isn't that what dedicated subs are for?With these, I now remember why...

Nice and clear high end. Combines well with a subwoofer

At 4 ohms, they like quality power but is well driven by most high-current amps on the market. Stands are obligatory

Mar, 2001

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M&K LCR-55


As a fan of M&K speakers, I really appreciate clear and accurate speakers that let the listener pinpoint all the little details in music and movies. For the money, this is the best speaker system (with subwoofer) in the under $2,000 segment. The...

Clear, precise, wide sound dispersion

none so far

Jan, 2001

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M&K LCR-55


I went to the store today after looking through many reviews and deciding to audition some KEFs, the Q15.2s. I listened to various KEF models and some Polks and then I asked the salesman if he knew of anything in the store in thae same price range that...

Midrange clarity, extended high end

Inefficient, sometimes shrill and strident, can't play very loud and distort when pushed

Nov, 2000

Product Specifications

Adding M&K's exclusive High-Frequency Prism design to the extremely successful LCR-55 Mk I, this compact high-performance speaker now receives the additional performance benefits so widely applauded in the acclaimed 750THX Select series of speakers. M&K hasn't changed the basic speaker that has become one of the most popular products. It still uses the same tweeter as M&K's reference THX speakers and has a full Phase-Focused crossover, meaning that it retains the sound quality that Stereo Review raved about an caused Home Theater magazine to recognize the speaker as "Outstanding, Among The Best We Have Tested." For easy installation, the cabinet has integral mounts for M&K's corner and wall mounting brackets and ST speaker stands, as well as a flush-mount hanger. Designed for playback of discrete digital material in a 5.1 multichannel system (used as a center, main, and/or surround speaker), as well as in a two channel satellite-subwoofer system, the LCR-55 Mk II further elevates the performance expectations in its size and price class.