Awesome review!! thanx
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I have owned a pair for three years now. I had listened to several touted brands that sounded fine, but not extraordinary. The Josephs stood out for me in their ability to disappear and to not sound like musical fire hoses hurling their sound at the listener. In that respect, the Josephs have always sounded more natural to me than the B&W, Totem or Audio Physic [sp?] that I had auditioned. The bottom end could use help and that's why I auditioned the DALI MS5. Nice speakers but there was nothing there that the Josephs don't have. They may have shown better had I listened to the two side by side but there are no startling advantages except a little low end. I am now instead researching subwoofers on the advice of Bob Visantainer at Rhapsody who sold me my Josephs. He thought that a true full range speaker may cause problems in my 13X16X9 listening room and, since I still love the sound of the Josephs, that seems like the common sense solution.