Send this guy an email...he's up on them and owns them.
Newbee, that's exactly what I expect. I have actually a sound that seems to come from the whole wall because of the high declining ceiling. It is a unnatural feeling to hear over dimensioned instruments or voices. But it is highly intoxicating and involving, especially at lower volume.
I'm afraid of losing too much of that "big sound" in order to get more precision and deepness of the soundstage.
I'm actually powering them with a Coda 100W class A amp to my great satisfaction. Until I can get a hold of a big Plinius amp as soon as I can make more space in my listening room for it.
They're done and finally in my listening room. All modern and higher quality parts in the interfaces, metal frame. Tranfos are also new so a break in period will be necessary but already the conversion is highly successfull. Thanks to Ed Johnston from Cincinnati, Michael Savuto from Oklahoma City for their assistance. And of course Jocelyn for all the meticulous work.
For those who think Acoustat speakers cannot be improved upon, well....!