Paradigm – MilleniaOne CT – Multimedia System Review

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Although Paradigm is not a brand name you hear everyday, or every other week/month for that matter, they’re known for putting out some really expensive high-ticket audio products. The MilleniaOne CT, 2.1 Audio Multimedia System is no different; for some people it might look kitschy, until the price tag hits ’em. But the most important question of all: is it worth the money? I didn’t get the chance to hear the the Paradigm MilleniaOne CT “first hand” sort of speak, but I’ve done some research in all the right places, hoping that you get the best information when making a decision.

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First time this unit was made available for purchase at Amazon was on April 1, 2013; not long after it was released. As I mentioned earlier Paradigm is not a brand name you hear very often or shop for very often. But, no matter how big of an audiophile you are, when Paradigm launches something you get intrigued. They've earned so many awards, that no one was able to keep track.

This unit is not for the faint of heart, or for someone looking to "hear their TV louder". This Paradigm unit is for those that love sound and are willing to pay for its quality. Audio performance in a minimal encasement with a very stylish design that fits pretty much any environment - the price says it all.

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  • Premium compact design
  • Extreme audio performance with award-wining speakers
  • Fairly expensive for most buyers

Paradigm MilleniaOne CT is an upgrade from its previous model the Millenia CT; following in its first cousin's footsteps, this unit speaks the language of audio performance and build quality. The MilleniaOne CT is also equipped with the same cast-aluminum satellite speakers that recently Sound & Vision's Product of the Year award (wall mounting brackets included). The speakers are Satin-Anodized Pure-Aluminum Domes and Bass/Midrange Cones with powerful motor structures all-around. When it comes to speakers, the push-style gold-plated binding posts are a step-up from its predecessor, allowing this system a better flexibility and cone movement for a wider range of sounds.

The all-around praised aluminum subwoofer comes with a built-in 3-Channel Ultra-Class D amplifier; its unique die-cast Aluminum speaker enclosures provide the possibility of incorporating larger, more powerful drivers than the ordinary systems of its size. The subwoofer's patented low-distortion corrugated surround technology delivers a very deep, rich and unique bass. The subwoofer comes equipped with a cradle for a more optimal vertical positioning. It also comes included with rubber feet to provide clearance if you want to place it in a horizontal position.

As "accessories", the guys from Paradigm included the Control box for the MilleniaOne CT; the Control Box helps with an instant connection with your TV and audio/video equipment, making the entire set-up easier and user-friendly. A full-function remote control is also included, powered by a long-life lithium battery.

Overall, this is one of the so called audio-jewels of 2013. I can't wait to hear this unit first-hand and spent a little time with it. If you can afford it, get it. Either you're looking for a system that can bring you to the top level of TV/movie watching, or looking for something to bring your favorite games and concerts to life, this is the audio system you're looking for.

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