Thanks, Stitch. I looked through the pictures. This guy is known to travel audio events and do very nice images, I call him Asian Federated Mike. I did not find a lot of stimulation in the images, at least by juts looking at the images of the products that I do not know. The typical glossy rooms with matrix-like presentation. I wish those people do not just shot everything shotable but to shot ONLY what is interning in the rooms.
At the page 10 there is a funky horn installation from unknown to me company.
It looks like 3-way with time-misaligned tweeter. Looks like a new inversion of Avantgarde or somebody like this. Very silk pain job and very silk mast for tweeter. I wish somebody would invent the configuration like this when the upperbass driver did not screw up the view of the whole system. It is no surprise the then did not mount any drives in there – it would ruin the nice picture. The line up of the MF horns on the right look very nice – even though that they look like a pile of prostatic viganas. The different types and shapes indicate that have press that they can customaries – this is nice and very not frequently. It would be nice to know who they are and if they can do custom jobs.
There was Silbatone Acoustic room on page 12. The images were not too indicative or what it is. I need to shut up about it as if I do not than the retired archeologist Joe the Pimp will pop and again begun to threaten me with this typical ludicrous verbal defecation about Western Electric.
On the page 13 there is a new how setup from Cessaro. I like those guys and they do have some very good ideas, even if I do not endorse all of them. I would love to hear this top of the line installation, not in show condition and if I do travel again across Germany then Cessaro own demo room, perhaps in private setting would be the pace to visit.
Romy The Cat
"I wish I could score everything for horns." - Richard Wagner. "Our writing equipment takes part in the forming of our thoughts." - Friedrich Nietzsche