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In Reply to: RE: Than your Quads are broken posted by Stale on February 28, 2017 at 21:12:21
Of course the Quads are better. I know when something sounds good to me. If I remember correctly the RS6 were floor standers. So imaging will be different between the two. Also Naim will sound different than my equipment.
Yes the RS2 need power, I have it. But they do disappear when set up correctly. They also have the Kef T27 tweeter, the high end is sweet not lacking and not hot. The bass is very good. I'll give the midrange to the Quads. Take note this is a small room 10 x 12
My quads sound excellent and can play all day at all levels and have better bass than most people think. There is nothing wrong with them at all.
I have even had them in my big room with my main rig and they sound amazing there too.
Come over I'll prove it!
That is not what you said.
They are very different sounding speakers, and although Tangents are very nice sounding, Quads are way of magnitude better.
But I accept your revised statements.
"One must be sane to think clearly, but one can think deeply and be quite insane."
"Of course the Quads are better."
But that is not what was said originally. The original comment was:
"My tangent RS2 as good as my pk Quads"
Had to have a good chuckle on that one. Not trying to be mean just poking a little fun.
Always fun to play with other toys and the excitement can get away from us at times.
I should have worded it better. I had some drinks was listening to some good music and was enjoying the way they sounded.
I figured as much.
Nice to try different things but sometimes/many times, we get carried away with it simply because it is different that we typical use.
Once the new wears off, and sometimes the liquor, we return to our senses.
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