A few years ago, a local dealer had in the Ars Aures Sol (in referring to the speaker, he shortened the name to the unfortunate, "Ars Sols"). I thought that these were quite nice sounding speakers. They had a reasonably lively sound without being overly prominent in the midrange. The expensive "Revelator" tweeter on the speaker was particularly nice -- fast and detailed while still being quite smooth and non-fatiguing. They must have been reasonably efficient because they were being driven by pushpull triode amps (300B or 2a3s).
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I will have a pair of Midi-Sensorial in Aubergine colored for demo in a couple of weeks here in the Rocky.It just received the best of 2005 blue Note Equipment Awards from Enjoy the Music.
I"ve had the midi-sensorials for about a year now. Very revealing of the recording and equipment, but almost always lovely and musical. Fairly dynamic and detailed. Enjoying them very much. Bottom end is good for a speaker of its dimensions, though I have added subs for better foundation in my large listening room. Cosmetics sculptural and luxurious.