So here is what we discovered today first of all "sound leveling" makes a huge difference and while we did adjust the sound it really needs to be done instantaneously. So I am returning the AB switch that I have for a volume leveled one. And I also will be getting my L12 sub in tomorrow.
So that will also help in regards to not concentrating on anything below 80 Hertz it will be a mid-high contest.
As of right now me and my son agreed that the ls50 is out of the equation. The contest is between the 906 and the Sierra2 as they are extremely close and well-balanced the ls50 just couldn't compete. But after the sub is hooked up and the new AB switcher is here I will give the ls50s another chance.
The biggest difference I can tell between the Sierra and the 906 is that the 906 for vocals is very much front forward upfront and in-your-face where the Sierra vocals are much more in the background.
They are very close in just about every category. They are different in a few separate ways not better or worse just different.
Although there was one jazz song ""Take 5 by NY jazz Lounge that me and my son agreed that the sierra really excelled past the 906 but for the most part it was very very close.
That's it for today more updates to come.
Based on what I have read, measurements I have seen, and my own experience living with them for the last 3 years as well auditioning them with other great speakers, I feel you will like LS50 when combined with a sub or two. Without a sub, they can not compete. Remember 30 to 50 percent of our sound preference is driven by deep bass which is lacking in lS50.
On top of that, if you enjoy transparency and imaging, LS50 should shine for you.
On the other hand, if you listen to your music very loud, LS50 will not be able to compete.