Based on the same components and technologies as the LCR 750THX, the Center 750THX is configured horizontally for flexibility of placement.
The system’s three front speakers are acoustically identical for a cohesive sound field and seamless transitions as sound moves across the front. Effortlessly clear, intelligible dialogue, music and effects allow you to sit back and enjoy the ride.
Two-Way, Bookshelf Loudspeaker
The LCR-750C Center is a high performance two-way, bookshelf size loudspeaker utilizing a 1” polymer coated silk soft-dome, ferrofluid cooled neodymium magnet tweeter and dual 5¼” mineral-filled polypropylene cone, magnetically shielded cast basket woofers.
Delicate Sonic Transparency
Featuring M&K Sound’s proprietary Phase-Focused™ Crossover, the LCR-750C (Center) provides extraordinarily even dispersion of sound throughout a broad listening area with superior imaging and sound quality. Designed for theater systems in small to medium size rooms, it delivers delicate sonic transparency combined with tremendous dynamic capability resulting in minimal coloration and effortless handling of voices, percussive effects, and musical instruments with life-like impact, and is timbre-matched to the LCR-750 and SUR-55T.
Available in black vinyl finish with black metal mesh grille.
M&K SOUND - CHOICE OF PROFESSIONALS While other manufacturers were building audio dinosaurs in the form of coffin-sized boxes, M&K led the way into the future with the world’s first satellite/subwoofer system, David & Goliath in 1976. The following year, M&K Sound introduced the Volkswoofer, the world’s first subwoofer with a built-in, dedicated power amplifier. The journey began in 1973, when Walter Becker of Steely Dan commissioned M&K Sound to design a studio reference subwoofer and monitoring system for the Pretzel Logic LP mixing sessions. The result was the world’s first balanced dual-drive subwoofer and Pretzel Logic went on to become a million-selling Top Ten hit and one of Rolling Stone magazine’s 500 Greatest Albums of All Time. Today M&K Sound loudspeakers have been chosen for the development and demonstration of the groundbreaking Dolby Digital cinema and home surround format, for the first public demonstration of the high-resolution Blu-ray disc format, for sound production on Star Wars Episodes I-III and countless other award-winning music, film and TV productions. A Who’s Who of the professional audio world – film, music, mastering and broadcast studios – continue to entrust their livelihood to M&K Sound reference monitors and powered subwoofers.
The industry now state that M&K Sound speakers are the best for cinema reproduction in home or commercial grade cinemas