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.... They do a lot of mixing for DVDs/BDs of movie releases. Their room that I was in was a 7.1 mixing room roughly the same size as normal residential home theater room, maybe a tad wider than typical. They had the 3 M2s behind an acoustically transparent screen like I have my danleys. Everything that I loved about a big dynamic modern horn design was evident. Easily comparable with the Synergies and from memory, Dr. Geddes' setup with his Summas. With everything above said, I still feel confident that they would be one of the top speakers I've ever heard if they were setup more traditionally. It also didn't help that I had a huge reflective mixing console in front of me the whole listen.
Josh, was any of listening done with unamplified music (acoustical instruments) that hopefully you'd heard in person (live)? Too bad all you had were "car jams" to conduct your 'chance of a lifetime' audition with.Without those stipulations it's my opinion that you're only comparing one system with another and that live acoustical instruments provide the only possible gold standard to compare against.
That sounds like it was a blast, especially when you two had similar tastes in music.At the risk of a thread tangent (and feel free to carry on in PM, or elsewhere) I am curious about your Danleys in a HT set up behind a AT screen. I'm in the planning stages of doing something similar in my basement, building out a HT space with the intention of using 3 identical LCR speakers behind an AT screen. From what I've read so far, the Danleys were recommended as better that the QSCs. Is there something about the Danleys you did not care for? Or, just looking for a change / upgrade? That JBL system certainly looks impressive.ThxKenreau
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