I have owned Many Loudspeakers such as YG Carmels , Maggi ,Revel Tekton,,Zu and many others types all have there good and bad points My New Alnico 6 Monitors
with Powered sub when used, Makes this Loudspeaker a Excellent Full range Loudspeaker . IMO I know of no loudspeaker that brings this much realism,prat and fidelity at or near this price point .personally these bettered my $20k YG Carmels in several areas, and that is saying a lot.
Out of the Box No Loudspeaker is at it's best .This being a single driver speaker speaker it is even more sensitive to changes .The first 20 hours tight a bit on the dry side .
That was the toughest part. The first say 50 hours to loosen up the surround ,voice coil and spider, after that it just gets better and better.with over 100 hours now fully runin. My brother brought his $30,000
Tenor amplifier to see if it would expose My Alnico speakers,he was Shocked at the purity of the sound .The realism and timing was spot on.He asked me what was I using a real expensive crossover in there ? Yes I answered the Best - It is a Crossover less design .Nothing to muck up the original signal.
I own SET amps and MY other Jas Bravo Modified 2.3 amp lets you hear Deep into the recording something only a SET amp can do .What a Great combination with these speakers a you are there realism. This is One classic Loudspeaker Louis designed .Highly recommended.P.s If you are in the New England area and want to check them out let me know.I am in Ma.
it is a direct feed from the source . Myself surprised of the midbass weight from a 6.5 inch driver
as far as rolled off on top Not one bit if anything very fleshed out with a bit of added depth of realism . that was with the subwoofer off with it on I had to back off on it .
Only the lower range from low 40 to 20s . Realism is the key word here with any decent recording the instrument s like horns have a burnished sound that is very close to Live .