Originally Posted by PULLIAMM
OK, then here are the facts about my Def Techs (which are not even their top of the line.) They have:
1)Truly full-range performance, extending well beyond the limits of human hearing on both ends of the spectrum.
2)Tight, detailed, bass.
3)Pinpoint precise imaging in all 3 dimensions
4)Accurate tonal balance, with no emphasis or deemphasis on any part of the spectrum.
I am glad you love your speakers. As I recall you have the BP10's I think? In any case I quoted the first four "facts" you wrote, because while they are "facts" to you, you are still confused about facts and opinions as they relate to everyone else in the world. Those four are your
opinion of your BP10's in relation to what you
are hearing. So while they may be "your truth" that does not mean that they are everyone else's "truth". By definition that makes them your opinions...... PERIOD!
I have owned tons of speakers over the years, and for the first time in my life I tried Def. Techs. (BP7002sc) I picked them up on last Thur. night and set them up according to exactly how Chet (from Def. Tech.) instructed me to. I also tried all positions possible just to hear the differences. After many hours of listening, my opinion
of those four "facts" of yours is vastly different then is yours. Does that make you or me right or wrong? No, not in my opinion.
The soundstage was indeed huge! But the NHT M6's in my opinion had imaging that was far more accurate. My stand alone sealed sub went audibly deeper, and was far tighter in my opinion. And on the top end, the highs were much cleaner with the M6's.
Just because I don't agree with you does not make your opinion wrong, but it does prove to me (and to many others who have heard properly setup Def. Techs. and had similar opinions to mine) that your opinion is indeed not "FACT"