I love my adagio speakers. They sound good with my audio research vt50 as well as my threshold stasis s150. I also have a small room.
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I have ATC SCM11s. Like the 40s, they are a sealed box design. They are incredibly detailed. They deliver the music with razor sharp precision. Clarity is among the very best at any price. You will hear details with the ATCs that are fuzzy or inaudible with other speakers. However, with that said they can be fatigueing in the wrong setup. Also, the bass is super accurate, but has limited slam. It's as clean as bass can get and will work great in your smallish room, but it's a tight reserved bass. If you like a warm fat sound, look elsewhere. If you value neutrality, micro detail, and midrange clarity, the ATCs are unbeatable.
Im loving my adagios also.The more i put into my system(upgrades,room cond,ect)the better it gets.I just dont have any desire to move from them.I will say that they are probably not" unbeatable",but sound dam good.Just wont go back to bookshelf when the whole (Almost)range can be had.Had dynaudios,totem forests,kef,among others.I do listen to jazz mainly,john hyatt,van d'man,ect.I am also curious about atc's ,never had a pair.Lots a great reveiws as well.Just very satisfied with the adagio.....something every bodys just got to try insystem before you can asses a honest judgment though.
Just my personal opinion and experience, the zen, scm40 and shl5 are too big for your room.
Since you are using tube amps, if they are less than 100w, the scm40 is out of the pix. these speakers need a lot of s/s power.
for your room, its probably better you go with the harbeth c7es3 or the P3esrs.
if you go to the atc route which are also very good speakers, the scm11 would be a better choice but you'd probably have to upgrade your amps.
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Lplayer, since you want to point fingers, with your post, you are also guilty of not adding to the overall intended purpose of this thread... Does that make you guilty of "douchbaggery?" And since you are new here at the Gon and may not know it, no one has set you up as a moderator or moral authority on what is posted here.
I added with my initial comment...you did see it didnt you? Obviously you did because YOUR initial comment was the successor to the original douchbaggery. I suggest to you, if you're going to go for the gusto...be number one at least. Also, if you think that dates define ones past here at the gon...you're unfortunately attributing to your own douchbaggery. I can't help you there.
I use to own the Spendor A6. Fantastic speaker. Outstanding resolution and lifelike accuracy. Acoustic instruments are dead on. I personally need more bass than than produce. The bass never satisfied me unless I cranked them up louder than my typical moderate levels. A very good speaker, but bass was an issue. Midrange was faultless and superb. Highs are extended and detailed without any harshness. They will work great in a small room and are largely unaffected by room boundaries.