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Infinity SM-155

Studio Monitor Series Loudspeaker System (1996-98)

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Infinity SM-155

Specifications

Type: 3 way, 4 driver loudspeaker system

Frequency Response: 29Hz to 27kHz

Recommended Amplifier: 10 to 300W

Crossover Frequency: 500, 5500Hz

Impedance: 8Ω

Sensitivity: 102dB

Bass: 1 x 15"

Midrange: 2 x 4.5"

Tweeter: 1 x 1"

Finish: black ash or walnut vinyl

Dimensions: 17.75 x 40.25 x 12.5 inches

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Reviewed Sep 13th, 2017 by jvhb

A lowpoint for the Infinity brand, best avoided.

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Reviewed Aug 25th, 2017 by motocross93

I bought a pair of the Infinity SM-155's from uBid back in 1998, were some of the last new ones available at the time, got them for some ridiculously low price, around $400. These retailed for $1200-$1500 I believe. Have never had any problems with them, and they have been used at least 3 times a week for almost 20 years. I very rarely use this feature- but the fact that they each have midrange and high frequency level adjustments is really great, especially if you have an acoustically live or dead listening room.

Had a neighbor come over to complain a few years back, said his entire house was shaking. Have to be VERY careful with these speakers, they were not even cranked up half-way.

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Reviewed Aug 02nd, 2017 by bshingledecker

I have a set of these,,,or close. Mine are SM-150's. I bought them in 89 or so as well. I have had the mids replaced twice under warranty in the first few years, and have since re-surrounded the woofers. These still rock and will shake my house. Mids and highs, could be crisper, but are still good. I do not regret picking these up, and still have them in service on my main rig. Only drawback to me is the size. They are monsters.

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Reviewed Mar 25th, 2017 by VintageGoodies

Great sounding pair, loud or low. Nice Bass and Treble! If you turn them up, beware as your neighbors may complain, these are awesome!
Not Recommended for apartments!

The person that reviewed previously, must have a Time Machine as they weren't available until 1996. So, there's no way they bought them in 1989.

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Reviewed Nov 19th, 2014 by rmcdonaldjr

I have a pair of these infinity studio monitors I purchased them back in 1989 from a friend awesome quality and durability.

 

Comments

re: SM-155

A lowpoint for the Infinity brand, and certainly not a "Studio Monitor"! Very cheaply made. Big empty box with weak woofer, and badly made crossover. I have repaired several, so I know the construction well. Just allround cheap speaker, best avoided.

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