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Old 10th July 2019, 04:00 PM   #11
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I heard it or similar, and it is not a great speaker. Cool effect with 360 degrees but not worth it to have ao low sound quality. Worst was treble.
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Old 12th July 2019, 04:28 PM   #12
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I heard their floorstanding version driven with their mono block amps at a show. I walked in with an open mind. I was in awe of what the components looked like - nice and shiny. They had a lot of women handing out brochures in office clothing (all marketing). The sound - not so much. Diffused like an open baffle, but with less resolution. At the time I had the Linkwitz Orion and Gedlee Abbey (still own) for comparison.
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Old 13th July 2019, 03:37 AM   #13
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A few years back at a local hiend meet they had this same setup with the full MBL amps and driven by a custom reel to reel vs digital demo..
(Digital sucked in comparison BTW)

The guy sitting in front of us had a RTA spectrum analyzer going and you could see on every song a seagull dip throughout the midrange on every song they played

Now I dont know if the mirror image petals were cancelling at our listening distance or what,
but these are interesting speakers and for whatever reason every time I have listened to these over the years they always play them way to loud for my tastes.

These are visitors from outer space and the prices are too.

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David
David, I agree, they tend to play them extremely loud at shows.
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