When have you ever heard Steve Gutenberg give a review that was not very positive?
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I think these reviewers must be the luckiest people on Earth. Every single item that they review is exceptional, spectacular, groundbreaking or some other positive descriptor. How can it be that nearly everyone else has bought, demoed, or listened to a piece of equipment or music that sounded like cr@p or was less than pleasing to the ear and way overpriced compared to similar offerings that compete in the same space??? Just asking for a friend 🐍🙃
Reviewers just have to tell it as it is. If they get excited about many products that is a good thing. Most will probably not bother to publish a bad review unless they feel that will benefit someone. Good ones stick to the facts and try to keep personal biases out of it. If it comes across as balanced and fair citing particular unique qualities, features, strengths and weaknesses that is good. Beware of shilling though. That is when everything is wonderful all the time. Red flag there.
I agree on the aesthetics mapman. I have been curious to hear the stuff. Michael Kelly at Aerial Acoustics was carrying the line....not sure about still. I believe some of the amps are Class D and some are traditional AB amplifiers. I would be most interested in the AB stuff. Don't know a thing about their speakers.