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They make your room look small!
If you look closer still, the deception in the appearance is that it trades one set of complexities for another.
Queue up some Phil Spector
In this case, appearances, referring to Anand's admiration for the simplicity of this setup. My thought was that where one school of thought gets to the end of the rainbow with a lot of physical gear (outwardly presenting a measure of complexity), this school of thought packs a lot of that under the hood of a single physical box with a lot of computer programming know-how behind it. Both solutions in a really high-end scenario are far from simple, the maybe more old school way of doing things just wears its complexity on its sleeve.I might compare this setup to a really good job done by a custom installer/integrator; the end user sees (comparatively) few boxes in the room, can easily mash the 'play' button, and amazing sound comes out. That simplicity is where Anand and I (I believe) agree and is something to be proud of. What isn't seen is all the work that went into making that happen, which I respect just as much as the person who painstakingly scrutinizes every single fuse, capacitor, wire, etc. in a system to achieve a 'synergy' that this system makes happen in other ways.
https://eero.com/That's cool.Why are subs on the LAN? EQ/management?
Very cool!! Thanks for the link. That 4 ch plate amp with built in DSP would make a nice BIG active speaker.Which of their plate amps is used in the Funk subwoofers? I didn't see a single amp version, so is it the 2ch version to power dual voice coils?
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