Originally Posted by Elihawk
Do the Infinities P363's sound harsh and worse for music to you? Compared to what? I would say if you like the Primus, don't worry about what might sound better...
At the time I made the statement, I haven't actually heard them yet. I was just nervous about my decision having ordered them after looking into so much only to hear the statement about the Level 2's in multiple places. Having heard them now, adjusting them with precision, before and after calibration, I would actually say they sound light on the mids and a bit hollow, unfortunately... It's very obvious with metal music that has a lot of crunch to it or anything that has a lot of warmth like maybe music with a brass ensemble.
Originally Posted by zieglj01
If a speaker is good for home theater, it will also be good for games. While I prefer the HTD,
the Infinity is still a nice speaker - there are a lot of people who enjoy the Infinity - and if they
sound good to you, then continue to enjoy them.
Exactly.. Again, I wasn't sure what you meant "good for home theater" and now you just repeated the statement. As I mentioned above though, based on my listening experience, I can see how what you mentioned about a speaker (in this case the HTD) could actually be true relative to the Infinity's.
Originally Posted by afrogt
I have never heard that about RC-70's, they're great for music. Maybe you meant the Energy CF-70?
The RC-70 has a mellow laid back sound, you'd be the first to call them harsh.
The Energy CF-70 even more so. The RC-70 it's not me calling them harsh, I have no idea. On multiple forums I've encountered that statement, especially when spoken about in comparison.