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1) OK, I stand corrected; 2) I have heard great things about Perlisten...

1) Well, Scott, you got it right about Sewanee--we had to design a room with very good sound for 15 listeners (the students) and "good enough" sound for two listeners (the faculty members consigned to the rear corners).

2) Perlisten uses Thin Ply Carbon Diaphragm materials, which are one of the two most major innovations in driver design in at least 10 years, if not 20. (The other recent major innovation is Purifi's Neutral Surround.)

Of course, Rockport and SB Acoustics and Ex Machina Soundworks also use TPCD materials in their drivers.

Here's a link to a loudspeaker review I did that has lots of TPCD information and links.


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