Ohm Walsh Micro Talls: who's actually heard 'em?


I'd love to hear the impressions of people who've actually spent some time with these speakers to share their sense of their plusses and minuses. Mapman here on Audiogon is a big fan, and has shared lots on them, but I'm wondering who else might be familiar with them.
Directionality aside, the more conventional box speaker I have owned with high frequency tonality most like German Physiks is the Kef ls50 I run in smaller room adjacent to the big Ohm room. Triangle Titus perhaps as well. Joseph audio comes to mind at shows as speakers I enjoy a lot with similar sound.

I have also run Dynaudio Contour monitors in there that more resembled the Ohm sound top to bottom. B&W perhaps to a large extent as well. Fritz Carerra speakers which I like very much also fall into this overall sonic category I would say.

Anyone know if the Ohms will be at the NY audio show this fall.  I’m in CT and would enjoy coming down to the show to hear them for the first time.
Ohm’s factory is in Brooklyn. Give them a call and see if you can visit to hear their products. 
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I know the US distributor for German Physiks and have heard 2 of their models in his showroom. I generally agree with mapman, but I preferred the highs on the GP speakers... A little sweeter. Also, they are true omnis with no rear attenuation. If I win the lottery, I might try to get a home audition. But that’s not likely.

Did some listening tonight. Tori Amos cover of Thank You (Led Zeppelin) was incredible. The left hand on the piano had such weight. Her voice was perfectly centered. And, no disrespect to Guttenberg, but I enjoyed pinpoint imaging on this and other tracks tonight. Loving my 2000s!
Yea Mr Guttenburg did not have time to get set up right or could have been listening for the wrong center location if not a solid center image. That’s an Ohm strength. Mine is rock solid center of wall, but not center between speakers. That’s another omni difference. Mono recordings never sounded better so I am able to enjoy any recording from any era: a music lover’s dream. Good mono recordings are anchored dead center but with ambience that actually still provides a lifelike sound stage but with players dead center.

On a related note, not to confuse things but my Ohm100s run off the Bel Canto c5i actually sound more like GP in the highs to me these days than my 5s. They both have same generation walsh drivers just different size. The difference is the integrated amp. I’ve run both of various amps and its the C5i digital integrated amp that does the trick. So all the gear upstream matters a lot and results can vary widely. You hear what you feed the Ohms more so than just the speaker itself.