incredible inexpensive speaker

this is by far one of the most unbelievable speakers i have ever listened to. i have been involved with this hobby since 1994 and have heard inexpensive speakers and expensive speakers

this little bookshelf speaker costs only $499 - this is so impressive for the money - it totally blows me away - that i can have this kind of sound for that kind of money

nothing impresses me more than an inexpensive component that sounds incredible.

it has the technology in its tweeter called bmr (balanced mode radiator) - it was used in the nxt panels - but never took off

it is now practical - there is no mid bass - only a woofer - because the tweeter handles all the midbass - the result is wonderful

it takes a lot for me to be impressed - cause i think a lot of what i hear is so over-rated - these speakers are very enchanting for the money - they blow away those cheap pioneer speakers albeit at almost 4 times the price - i have had them about 17 days - and approx 4 hours a day of playing - so about 68 hours of running in

for this king of money - im so impressed - i dont want to cry wolf - but you got to here these
I can see where one would get excited with the sound of this speaker. That BMR is passive and takes the place of an actual tweeter making it something like a augmented widebander and we all know how seamless and coherent a properly done widebander can sound.

All the best,
A MUD HEN,,,STOP YER CLUCKING,he did say what they are!!! You need to read ALL the responses,,,
That BMR is passive
Just out of curiosity, I had to check this out, and the BMR does has a voice coil, so therefore it is not passive. See the white paper,