Definitive Technology UIW 75 In-Wall Speaker Reviewed

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High Points
• The UIW 75 does a remarkable job of dispersing a wide range of audio, including immaculate high-end.
• This in-wall speaker is much more easily installed than your average in-wall speaker, due to its size, weight and superb templates and how-to instructions.
• The pure aluminum dome tweeter creates a clean mid-range and high-range audio signal that surpasses many other in-wall speakers in the same price range or even higher.
• This speaker did such a great job delivering dynamic low-end to the listening area that a subwoofer was not even needed during a recent demonstration of the UIW 75 in a modest sized room.

Low Points
• This speaker matched other Definitive Technology speakers very well, but I would not recommend that the UIW 75 be matched up with most other speakers, to keep an overall uniformity of sound.
• Even though the UIW 75 is sleek in its design, it's not as "hidden" compared to some newer, shallower, in-wall speakers like Definitive's own DI Series of in-wall speakers.

Conclusion
Since finding the "perfect" in-wall speaker can be nearly impossible, Definitive Technology recently entered the lower-end price range of the speaker marketplace and has delivered a quality speaker that should do well with the average home theater fanatic who is looking to upgrade their current in-wall speaker configuration.

The designers at Definitive Technology have definitely succeeded in creating an in-wall speaker that consistently out-performs other speakers in the same price range while also incorporating highly structured and efficient inner circuitry contained within the UIW 75.

Overall, these speakers will work perfectly well for medium sized and larger sized home theater rooms that need to be filled with clear and concise surround-sound audio for true movie-watching enjoyment.
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HTR Product Rating for Definitive Technology UIW 75 In-Wall Speaker

Criteria Rating

Performance

4

Value

4

Overall

3.5

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