Originally Posted by portnoy83
Thank you AJ, it is nice to see another ciem maker.
No prob. More options typically means a win for the consumer!
Originally Posted by Barra
Wow, a seven way design. I would be interested in a comparison to my nt6pro - both are bottlenecked with 3 bores. It would also be interesting to hear a comparison with the se5 to see if more bores or more crossover point win. Obviously implementation is everything, but I always felt the extra crossovers took the hiditions and the se5 to the top of the sq charts with the extra 2 bores giving the se5 the advantage.
What issues are you hearing specifically in soundstage - does it sound like the band is performing in a small closet, or is placement smirred? Is this a final design or are that still tuning?
BTW, are they going to be at CANJAM this year with demos? I'm going to make it for the first time this year so any suggestions on upgrades to my nt6pro that I can demo at CANJAM would be appreciated. Is the harmony pro going to be there?
I did compare with the SE5 and NT-6, and NT-6 Pro. The sound signatures of the SE5 and Legend are too different to really compare the two to determine what wins out: # of bores or crossovers.
There is no issue per se; the Legend sounds very good, but it doesn't have the depth of presentation of the others in the TOTL range. Listening without comparing wouldn't really bring this out unless you are used to the depth and spatial queues.
I can ask if they EarWerkz will be at Can Jam.