pricey and martin loganish
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Their base model, which sounded the best in the small hotel room sounded very good and was $4K, not bad for a solid electrostat in my mind. Their larger models were simply too big for the rooms @ CES to get an idea of.
I spoke to the head guy for a while, it was immediately clear he either had very bad english, which didn't seem to be true, or he had no idea how audio is sold in this country...
The lower model that retailed for ~$4K if I remember right was very open and smooth with good bass extension for a stat. I thought they were pretty large, but looked to be made well. Moving up their line, they speakers became way to large for a hotel room and the bass got muddy and blurred, this is why I said I thought the cheapest one I heard sounded best at the show, tough to say what they would sound like in a bigger room.
Can't remember who I spoke with.