Originally Posted by RMK!
No prroblem Scott. It's fun to give someone who apprieciates similar qualities in sound reproduction the opportunity to hear what these speakers/subs can do. I intentionally started off slow with the acoustic AIX DVD-A to demonsstrate that the Noesis are much more than just SPL monsters. But as always I just had to try and blow out the windows.
It is just like owning a very fast car in that is is a crime to let all that horsepower go unused.
This is a good scenario. People who have never heard JTR speakers in person assume that all JTR owners are Excessive with their taste in audio and create a stereotype of being massive SPL junkies, which I am but that's not my point.
Just b/c someone owns a Corvette(USA made sports car) doesn't mean they drive it in excess of 150 mph. Its b/c at 55, 65, 75, or whatever speed chosen it does it better, tighter, & more effortless than most others that are compared. Plain and simple its comfortable driving at any speed. JTR speakers are more comfortable and just better at any volume than most of the speakers they are compared against. The higher the volume goes the faster JTR takes off separating itself from the pack. The harder they are driven the more they Shine. A JTR speaker owner could Never turn the volume up past -15 and still have the best system they or anyone they know has ever heard. At -14 to past reference the JTRs just leave the competition behind.
Low or High JTR Speakers Rule!!!
That my 2 cents