Originally Posted by geekhd
That won't change the audible tweeter response of B&W such as 805 Nautilus shown below.
The boosted upper end is a reason why the listener would interpret it as "bright" or "fatiguing" and I don't blame them. It's not a natural sounding speaker
You're serious? This "brightness" that you show that comes from ONE graph, you have experienced this firsthand? And your experience was varied enough to have eliminated the room(s) as a variable?
Switching to Audio Research amp shown below (Reference 110) won't change the sound characteristics of the tweeter. If
it did, it's a poorly designed amp and a good reason to avoid it.
Ok, so where does your personal experience come in here? I have heard many B&W's, and several of ARC's offerings. Both companies are capable of producing very accurate tools. From my personal experience and your posting style, I am gathering that you have no firsthand listening experience with either.
I am going to spare you the ubiquitous rolleyes that are usually included in your replies, no matter how deserving you might be.