Wow, taichi4?! Nice Post!
No I'm not disappointed nor tired of the Minx. They do sound great but I feel that they are missing a bit in the lower midrange. It always sounds to me like the drummer is too far back in the mix while the other band members are up front on the stage. I feel, my Swan M1's sound much better in many ways. Boy, do I miss using them! I did move the L&R Min 20's off of the tv/wall while keeping the center channel in place. After placing them on stands and moving them around for sound, I settled on placing them closer to the front wall than anticipated because of space. The Orbs always had the same problem. This is what tiny/small driver speakers will do. The conclusion is that no speaker sounds good on a wall but the smaller the driver, the more forgiving because it is utilizing less of the frequency band.
One thing I will say after living with both the Min 10 & 20. If the Min 20 didn't sound a bit better than the Min 10, I'd probably use the Min 10 all around except for, maybe, a Min 20 center. I really like the looks of the Min 10 better and prefer the one driver design. I think CA should have made the Min 20 a one driver speaker but with a larger driver than the Min 10.
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