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MC remains a niche market within a niche market.

My challenge with MC lies with unavoidable economic compromises. I simply cannot afford that many Sound Lab stats nor the amplification to drive them! Nor really have the space to support such. HP's "Super Maggie" MC system sounded pretty darn good but was never as transparent as the Room #3 system.

Things would be different with Ray Kimber's budget and six pair of 922s. ;)

I enjoy classical, but other genres as well. And not into synthesized MC effects found elsewhere. Been there, done that.

I think that, for good or ill, the rise of Atmos will reveal more clearly the appetite for multichannel music.

Perhaps so. Employing even more speakers (13?) via height channels is not what most folks seek to do. My current AV processor supports such, but I'm happy with a 4.1 approach in the HT. During the Covid era, the local symphony provided live feeds of performances to ticket holders. That easily bested the realism afforded by even my Telarc content.

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