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RE: +1 nt

I heard the "condo" setup at a dealer in the Chicago area. It was not a good room, and the bass / upper bass needed more adjusting and contouring than they had time for.

So, the bass / upper bass balance wasn't optimal and the transition to lower mids / mids was not smooth and seamless, though I feel if time had been available to set up the system fully, that such seamlessness was achievable.

The bass was very good, but just not seamless with the mids due to the need for mre adjustment. The mids and treble were fantastic.

The system sounded great on orchestral music, chamber music and on acoustic folk- but on jazz ensemble or on other music styles such as electric blues, rock, EDM and so on, the bass-to-mid transition problems became apparent.

A drum recording also sounded great, and was played LOUD, but it did not feature much content that included instruments with fundamentals in the midrange regime.
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