I've been thinking a lot about the designs of speaker cabinets, and in particular how I'm more drawn to "organic" forms, ie. curvy and flowing. Even lopsided and non-symmetrical. I'd go so far as to call them "feminine" forms. I like femmy speakers. Um... I think it's rather interesting that these types of forms are acoustically inert, minimizing the influence of the inclosure. I can't help but think of certain characterizations of femininity as yielding and non resistant by nature, the speaker cabinet submitting to the drivers fully. LOL. Yes, I'm a basketcase.
The KEF Blades look like something designed by Aperture Science:
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Speaking of, I went on a little shopping spree. Now I'm set for testing this holiday season!
A plush weighted companion cube, Aperture test subject's apparel, and miniature replica portal gun complete with sound effects and lights. Now I just need some of those Aperture boots.