You have 2CEs in a 10x12 room? Sorry, couldn't get past that.
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It's a co-op in Manhattan, you have to pay for a large room and if you did you wouldn't be able to afford any stereo equipment.
The 2ce are from owning a house and being disabled puts equipment purchases low on the priority list. This is the first piece of equipment I've considered since the early 90's.
Schipo, the KST 100 is a class A/B amp not like the early KSA class A amps Krell sold. Krell claim my amp runs class A to half power then slides into class B for the higher watts. Even when it's warm outside you can always keep your hand on the top of the amp without getting burned. I'm outside enjoying the summer when it's warm outside and during the winter any heat produced by the Krell is welcomed.
Audioconnection, I owned Vandersteen 2CE sigs and tried them in a similar sized room. Very difficult to get the most out of them in that room. My problem was as much the visual aspect of those large monoliths dominating a room as it was getting them to sound good. If you looked through my posts, you would find me recommending the Vandy 1C as one of the lowest cost ways to get into hifi sound.
Now, $6K speakers? I paid $1,200 for mine and I would definitely chose them over the 2CE sigs.
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Perhaps set up, non equal tilt back, no real guidance, bad interface was suspect.
Band aid wires are popular with many folks who use
them to tame bright box speakers.
Try em on a Vandy and mostly dont do well.,
Overly muted, powerless, warm gear also sucks the life or magic out of them.
Its easy to get Okay sound or make em sound average
You should experience where thy can go with bi wired AQ Gibraltar or Anti cables and gear like Music Reference, Ayre,or ARC etc As for the visual aspect Turn up the music and down the lights relax and enjoy true edge of the art I promise U....