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Rebbi,I do not have any Spatial.
Tell us more, Don_S! Are you running your M4's with a sub, and if so, I'd love to hear the details. I've been thinking of going that route because the M3, I'm afraid, would overwhelm my little room (visually and sonically).Thanks in advance!
Sweet! Have you listened at all? You can still get a feel for what they do out of the box.
Received my M4 Turbo S today. Commencing burn in now.
Dear Audiophiles! I am considering open-baffle speakers for my stereo music-only setup, and would appreciate your comments on the following, please.Would you agree the imaging provided by both M3 and M4 is not as tight and focused as with box speakers which create a tighter image where it's easier to pin down where the sound is coming from? Is this a misconception? How good are the M3 and M4 for big orchestral works with wide dynamic swings? What distance from the side walls do you prefer for your M3 and M4, and what distance from the midpoint between the speakers and the listener? How big is a sweet spot you have been able to enjoy? Would you consider Pass Labs XA30.5 power amp adequate for M3/M4? Please chime in!
These are not open baffle throughout the fq range.I am not sure you would get what you are after with these.
How good are the M3 and M4 for big orchestral works with wide dynamic swings?
I had a chance to listen Triode Master at Axpona. Probably the best sound of the show, but once I stepped aside the soundstage fell apart. This happens with 99% of speakers, of course.All I am trying to say these are not designed like Ohm, Larsen, MBL to have omni or omni like response, but omni up to 800Hz (I agree, this is very important range) and controlled directivity above it.You could always place an order and return them if you disliked the sound which I doubt, they really sound great.
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