When you say magical, please explain. In what ways are they better than the Maggie 3.6 or the Ushers for example?Will they play loud and do they have decent bass response
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The funny thing is that I hesitate to explain what magical is as magic is somehow unexplainable, but let me try. It has incredible detail while maintaining an "openess." It must be the air that this thing gets by its double mouth design. It also has a tremendous stage that seems to reach from floor to ground and well beyond the speakers. All these other speakers that I listed plus so many more have been truly impressive in their own way, but when you sit down to listen to these, they disappear and you are transported to the soul of the music. They let you in and you are no longer an audio voyeur... you are part of the music.
With that said, the bass is definitely beyond decent. Does it hit the lows like the Meadowlarks...no but the funny thing was I didn't care (and I love bass)they however will handle most bass in music very handily. Now the funny thing is that I actually ordered a sub before I received the Ty-bones. It came after the speakers and in that two week interval I was wishing very badly that I hadn't spent the money. Now it does help in some music, but I wish I saved the money. I didn't really need it
If you want me to compare to any of the speakers specifically let me know, and I will gladly respond