It’s not that I don’t believe in specs, it’s more that I know if you’re the kind of person looking for them, you will find them; but, if you’re the kind of person bored out of your mind by specs: You’ll appreciate the lack of them here.
For me, reviewing a pair of speakers is like reviewing bottles of wine, by the time you’re finished, you’re definitely feeling better about life - even if you know barely anything about wine (or speakers). Just the fact that you’ve had the opportunity to drink some wine or listen to music is a good thing. Sometimes I wish more chocolate was involved in reviewing what we sell, but everyone has some challenges to overcome.
When you demo a pair of speakers, you’ll want to compare them back and forth between another pair. As well as: Make sure you’re checking out the receiver that’s powering the speakers. The difference can sometimes be astonishing - Something I, personally, had never thought would make that much of a difference.
So, I sat down. If you want your music to have some punch (bass), this is it. The speakers have integrated subwoofers (a phrase I never would have had in my vocabulary 2 years ago), so there’s no worry about having to purchase a 3rd item to hide conspicuously in your room. As a woman, I appreciate that fact more than men might realize. And, even as I write, I can still feel the power of the sound that came out of these modestly priced speakers ($2500 for the pair - and no need to purchase a separate subwoofer). Afterwards, I could still feel the sound. If they were wine, I’d say they leave a pleasant aftertaste.