OK; let's put aside for a second...that the "facts" on are your side; numbers let's say. Now, we always argue...unfairly you might say...that you "objectivists" are all huddled around in the basement, crunching numbers. I don't say that to be inciteful; quite the opposite. Prove us wrong.
Have you ever auditioned C1s or Focus 160s for that matter? I don't say that to challenge, and provoke an "ah ha" moment. I truly hope you have. I want to know if you thought they sounded to have weak bass. If so...that's cool; your opinion (opinion: they have weak bass...then based on numbers/facts to support it). I would love to know, what speaker with the same size cabinet and drivers...you find to have "good" bass (and, of course...what's good for the goose is good for the gander; the numbers to support that speaker please).
Because...if after all this...you guys are simply going to say "we weren't singling Dyns out; all bookshelves have weak bass", we'll cry foul. The argument only stands up, in context. If Dyns have weak bass...by comparison to other speakers their size, then that's weak bass. If ALL bookshelves/monitors have weak bass...but Dyns have better measured bass than others of similar size; that, in fact, is good bass (for their size). Which is all anyone has ever said...and still, no one answers the other questions, lol.