your room is nice also !!!!!
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I own the Spatial M3 Turbo S as well, and am completely satisfied with their performance regardless of price. The sound is quite addicting, and I'm listening to music more than ever. When you look at it on paper (open baffle, pro drivers, reasonable price) this speaker should not sound this good, but somehow (through brilliant engineering) it does.
I'm psyched you found your end game too! Cheers!
I recently had the M3S Turbo's in my home for a demo.
For 3k retail, they are just outstanding. The imaging is outstanding, almost distracting they image so well. Big soundstage, and very tight, accurate bass. It does roll off rather quickly at the bottom of it's response, but what is there is pretty great.
I sent them back, but not over performance. I did think they very much put you in the front couple of rows.
Very nice speakers. along with the Tekton DI's, Ohm Walsh 3000's, Salks, some of the very best in that 3-4k price range.
Right now I'm quite enjoying my small set of Maggie 1.7 ribbons, but have been quite intrigued with what I've seen and heard of the Spatial M3 Turbo S and the M3 Triode Master speakers. Dollar for dollar, a real deal for incredible sounding speakers.
I've been considering upgrading to the larger Maggies or the Sound Lab's 545 series, for a larger, more dynamic stage, but at 1/3 the cost, the Spatials might just be a viable option....Jim