linbrook signature owners


Could anyone please tell me what you would compare these speakers to in terms of their sonic signature. (ie. jm lab, krell, paradigm etc...)
Any input would be great......thank you!!!
nuguy
You might check the archives and the posted systems of other members who have Tylers and find someone who has the speakers you mention and I assume are familar with. These have been discussed thoroughly and often.

If I knew what etc included, and I was familar with it, I would gladly try to help. :-)
I haven't heard this model. I can tell you from looking at the linbrook it uses the same drivers as the model I've heard. This speaker sounds nothing like Paradigm...I mean nothing. The Seas magnesium drivers do have a certain sound. A friend and I agreed they sound similar to his former speakers the Equation 25s.This was a $7000 speaker ..it now cost more!
Thanks for the opinions so far.
There are 2 SIGNATURE models offered by Tyler. LINBROOK SIGNATURE SYSTEM and LINBROOK SIGNATURE MONITOR.
The Sig Sys is a dual woofer/MTM design, the Sig Monitor is a MTM design. I assume you mean the SIGNATURE SYSTEM, Dual 8's/MTM. A speaker which I've heard and madea review back on 8-13-06. I heard the LSS through Mike's (LSS owner) Nuforce dual mono ss amps(watts?) and my Jadis OR amp(40 watts). Performed excellent on both amps. Detailed separation of fq's/yet intergrated image soundstage, offering both depth and width/low bass subtle/no screeching "fake' highs/realistic soft midrange, which equates to no fatigue. These speakers are only limited by the associated equipment. These speakers "might be" compared to vandersteens 3's and 5's, but do not need as much popwer as the V's and are not "warm" like the V's. Its one of the rare speakers that can be can be considered "neutral". Presents the music exactly as the cdp/turntable/amp delivers.
Hope that helps.
Thanks for your time Bartokfan.