Skimming over it briefly, I felt it was little more than a sales ad for another audio gizmo thats supposed to make our listening events more enjoyable . According to THEM and their noted Brain
Although it comes off like some fascinating new remarkable innovative technology, or some nifty brand new idea I think its simply put a come on.
Wasnt TACT a maker of electronic equalization?
Some of the notes there like the typical stereo system. Seem to indicate this is for the folks that arent willing to do room treatments and take the pains of component, speaker and room management seriously, and an offer for another remedy is being provided.
Nearly every aspect of audio has some brain behind it. The orig designer, the design tweaker or innovator, or some previous other authority involved in acoustics and/or electronics.
From what Ive seen here only . Theres tons of folks that are eeking by and quite happily with just two speakers. In fact, Id say its an overwhelming majority that are getting by with merely two speakers . now & then, a sub or two.
When only advice is given as to setup parameters with existing equipment, Ill pay more heed to the paper (s) and their author. If however some additional devices or gizmos need to be purchased in order to possess such gains as are being described, then it becomes an advertisement. Nothing more.
Of course everyone is free to rush out and try any ideas from anyone posting them to the web. So do feel free to give this a go.
Ive enough on my plate with two speakers and a sub that I dont need to add a cople more speakers, amps, etc. to it all. So Ill just remain in the less than optimum camp, according to Les Leventhal & Ralph Glasgal . And who knows they might be right! Im apparently OK with ignorance. Its free enough.