Sonus faber spkrs- any comments?I

I had a real eye opener today. It was my day off and I decided to go by my local brick and mortar audio store(tweeter). Anyway this store has everything from vcr's to sonus faber spkrs which prompted me to write this post. Before I listened to the fabers I got a chance to audition the nice sounding Vienna Acoustics(Mozart,Beethoven)spkrs. Like I said nice sounding but they did not come close to the awsome sounding fabers(concertino). Holy invisible batman.These spkrs flat out vanished. They were a good 10 ft apart and get this powered by a Yamaha reciever! Incredible soundstage and very musical. Coltrane surely smiled down from heaven when the salesman put on blue train. He even invited me to bring my rig(AE-3 pre,Audible Illusions s-120 amp) to the store since they don't have a take home policy. My next spkr? Stay tuned.
I own the Concertinos, not the Home version. They have a warm and involving presentation that makes them ideal for vocals and jazz. The treble and midrange cannot be beat in their price range.
South43, Although the concertinos are very good speakers, the set-up at Tweeter could not have been the best to properly audition the VA Beethovens. To say that the Beethovens cannot come close to the Concertinos tells me that the Beethovens must have been horribly set-up. IMHO the exact opposite would be true.

I've owned both Beethovens and Concertos, so I'm familiar with both. A proper match for comparison sake would be the Concertinos vs. the VA Haydns. Just take into consideration, especially at Tweeter, the positioning they're using for the speakers you are auditioning.

Good luck, Mike.
Give the Dynaudio line a listen. The SF line was one of my
speakers of choice until the Dynaudio's toasted them.