Totally different animals,
Wilson superior dynamics, plays louder, bit more low bass emphasis.
Radiho overall more transparency, more coherence.
Personally I would take a pair of Sceana 3.2 or a pair of Vivids over either one of these speakers.
Audiooracle, Please list that you are a dealer when replying and in this case what a wonder that you would rather a pair of Sceana 3.2 or Vivid's which you happen to be a dealer for both lines and not a dealer for either Wilson or Raidho.
Sorry, just want to make everyone aware of the reality of Audiooracle's reply to this post.
Audiooracle, Please list that you are a dealer when replying and in this case what a wonder that you would rather ...Who Cares! This is an internet forum so all content should be consumed with caution. Caveat Emptor!
I've had two Vivid dealers talk me OUT of Vivid speakers.Dealers usually carry products they believe in and their job is to convince customers to buy them. It's your fault to allow them to persuade you ... Bottom line is, Trust YOUR ears.
The difference between theRaidho D3 and the vivid's will be a matter of taste. It will almost like choosing between solid state and tube. You probably should decide what kind of sound and music you listen to. If you like classical, operal, female vocals and want it intimate, then tend towards the vivid. If you like lots of different kinds of music, tend towards detail, depth (more technical listener), then the D3. The choices are actually hard at this level and never wrong.