...Anxiously awaiting your report! But first get a good night sleep!
Thanks BYRTT for your kind review.
Regarding those guitar tracks, I can send them to you for further investigation.
Keith don't Go Live from Nils Lofgren and
Steven Stills - Treetop Flyer?
Did you hear it on:
Led Zeppelin - Going to California or
Rodrigo & Gabriella - Hanuman?
In my humble opinion (on the first 2 tracks) it's how they were recorded, as they do pretty much sound the same in my Car, (only a smaller staging) and that's definitely not line arrays. The car also has a carefully balanced stereo setup and was the reason for me to build better home speakers.
I'm a sucker for that sound. Using amplified acoustic guitar, you've even had my acoustical guitar with electric pickup in your hands, we could have replicated the sound right there .
I should have played you some Paco de Lucia or Al Di Meola.
Another thought, BYRTT, did ACDC's Highway to Hell sound dry enough? That should answer it, really...
If it's an added effect on acoustic guitar because of the arrays, it should be there on all songs, right?
I bet you didn't notice it on The Eagles - Hotel California from When Hell Freezes Over. Plenty of acoustical guitar in that track.
The Guitar on Crosby Stills Nash - Helplessly Hoping also is more dry in my recollection.
It's on it's way now... I'm listening right now on headphones...
More thoughts tomorrow, I'm headed to bed
Welcome, the kind review is because in my eyes its simply a fact you have crazy high quality acoustic sound as system was corrected of 02 Dec 2016 in wide area, as could you actual see those irritating invisible waves with your eyes and then corrected them take another better route to listening area. Such facts and results are hard not to admire done by diy style when one see the ordinary humble tools/gear and cost used.
Me too am a sucker for that sound, if you can get me the Steven Stills track i can try analyze in my 50 cm correction spot in space where acoustic quality is sky-high and also into headphones (promise to delete track again after test in i haven't payed copyright for it).
Regarding "AC/DC Highway to Hell" my thoughts was it sounded very good but that my own 2-way in magic spot and also within some 2 meter is bit dryer so lets see when i get above Steven Stills track how it goes.
In live track "Hotel California" we went to garden solve our need as smokers when kick drum started rule the number and left xrk971 in sweet spot so didn't notice so much, but you right there is plenty acoustic guitar into the track.
By the way talking tracks from Eagles live album "Hell freezes over" can tell track no 11 "The last resort" is such a track that really touches me inside by the instruments harmonics and vocal performance, not that i have any relative life situation to that track but just the musical performance. That track wesayso kindly played for me to go home on, wow here at home have to go headphones or magic spot in space or drive to town listening BeoLab 90 to get as high in quality as TC9 towers.
Thanks received and listened and didn't take long, there is clearly no colorings from long lines because that acoustic guitar has very clearly that chorus/flanger sound here so case closed they just reproduce what they feeded .
Regarding the acoustic guitar tracks, I enjoyed them immensely on the Towers. I have the same copy of Nils Lofgren's Keith Don't Go and have listened to it numerous times using my reference speakers and my good headphones with a class A F5 headphone amp. I know that track well and have to say that the presentation on Wesayso's Two Towers surpasses headphones in clarity and impact while having huge sound stage. I really enjoyed the acoustic Hotel California - its like tasting good chocolate for the first time or drinking your first beer on a hot summer day after cutting the grass.
What stands out with these speakers and the system they are part of is the visceral feeling and emotions that one gets from hearing music like it has never been heard before. It is totally enveloping and engaging and the low distortion will fool you into thinking that it is not as loud as it really is, until you try to talk to each other that you find you have to raise your voice or yell. I suspect the sound levels were averaging 90dB at listening position maybe 92dB. My iPhone mic was clipping on kick drums when I recorded it. No noticeable distortion by ear and bass quality was superb down to 17Hz. Those little cones can indeed or our bass when working together.
Anyhow it has been quite the day to remember. We need to do this again.
hmmmm... is somebody thinking of buying about fifty TC9 drivers?