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Aren't the other main shows open only to people "in the industry", and not anyone/everyone?
Tyson,Your observations on the Daedalus DA-1 is actually opposite to these speakers strong point:You stated “I heard the Daedalus Audio room on Saturday, and I thought it was pleasant, but a bit lacking in drive and dynamics. A little soft sounding, but very nice and easy to listen to.”These are the most dynamic speakers that I have ever heard. With their 96DB efficiency and the ability to handle 600 watts a side, the produce dynamics almost effortlessly. You might have walked into a quiet passage and left. Those who spend some time with these speakers (including multiple RMAF attendees) have been uniformly impressed with the drive and dynamic capability of the DA-1. They certainly are not soft sounding, but they are very easy to listen to. One RMAF attendee told me that he has not found another speaker that could produce so much sound with so little effort. That observation matches my experience as a Daedalus owner.
Tyson,Your observations on the Daedalus DA-1 is actually opposite to these speakers strong point:
Tyson,I have to apologize for not getting the system tweeked until late in the show, to be honest I was never totally happy with the sound in that room…. I’ve worked with these speakers for several years and in many situations, I know how they sound and we never really got there. Live and learn, next show we’ll get there instead of just showing the potential. Everyone hears differently and has a unique sense of what they want of music and music reproduction. Because of that I don’t view any of this as a ‘competition’. I mean it’s all pretty far removed from live music and we are just looking for something that excites us and we can live with. (I’m talking about stereo not wives, although the choices are just about as subjective…). I will say that in designing these I went for a sound that one can enjoy for a long time rather than focus on grabbing a listener’s attention, so to me “very nice and easy to listen to.” is a good thing. Anyhow I hope you get to hear these again, and the next time I plan to do a large room with live music as well as recorded to show off the dynamic capabilities of these speakers. thanks, Lou
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