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That's part of why I love my Serenity Acoustic Super 7's - 97db efficient open baffle planar magnetic "top" section (with flat 8ohm impedance) that covers 200hz and up, and then there's the open baffle powered bass section with 300 watts per side and dual 12 inch woofers. So I can use a beautiful low watt amp on the mids/highs and still get percussive, strong bass. I don't know why more speaker companies don't use this approach. It really, really opens up your ability to use small, beautiful sounding amps on the top end:
THais is the one speaker that would pay that much for. im happy with my sub powered omega but this would be my one step up. i would need some out of this world paint job and a grill the hind the ugly face since it will be in the living room, dont have a dedicated room. and im genuienly scared of the basement in my 120 year old house so living room is gonna be it for me for the forseeable future.
Nice room seems stuffed, these speakers dont need a live room?
Looks pretty good with the magnetically attached grills, IMO:
Very nice, is that a glossy white finish I'm seeing? Did you build those or buy them that way?
In USA audophilia there are only 2 big names, Bob Carver and Steve Deckert and neither of the two is an electronic engineer, no electronic engineer did more for music and musiclovers than these two people imo.
What an absurd statement.I have no opinion on Decware products, not having heard any (I'd very much like to hear the ZMA being a KT66/6L6 fan) but the two designers above being the only big names in US audio design?
I was not deprecating Bob Carver or Steve Deckert. I merely pointed out that they are not the only two distinguished audio designers in the US: past or present.Bob Carver's interaction with Stereophile is not indicative of anything.
Not even of courage? He could have lost the challenge.
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