First. I also never said anybody was fighting and never intended to but can't get on with some of these concepts. Second, I never commented on the sound or that it's good or bad. All my sonic comments have been about it's balance which is bass enhanced by most descriptions, which is neither good nor bad and that it's apparently very open sounding which is good. I am in fact anxious to hear a pair.
Good descriptions of how a product works is now trolling? Here's how I think it works and then I'm out of this thread for good. 2 main drivers are used because it's extremely difficult to make one completely linear. You can however probably make a couple balance each other out more easily while not over stressing either's range and at the same time not needing crossovers because your working with pressure waves so 2 sources properly positioned work and time as one. The woofer design, being band pass also doesn't need a crossover as it's self limiting to below about 100 hz. It does this sans exterior venting so even though there may be some extra bass or overlap it will be well controlled. 3 drivers, no crossover, very free and open sounding with relative flat and natural harmonics plus added weight. It's a really ingenious and logical design. Hats off to them and I've never said differently. I like the concept. I may have some concern about timing of the woofer but it's a very minor one as those that have heard it haven't noticed. None of that has anything to do with materials vibrating or a normal home speaker alignment. I don't understand what everybody has their panties in a bunch about if I give reasoned examples of why not. I also don't understand how trying to honestly understand it's operation is a negative. Like I said, I'm out. May the mystique continue. Too bad we can't just appreciate it for the interesting and unique design it is.
Edited by goodvibes - 1/3/13 at 10:35pm