They do require work to get them right, and the image size is one issue placement mends. In my experience. Here, in my room. But once they are dialed in, man oh man are they wonderful.
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Yikes, seems like you’re the clueless newbie here, this information has been out there for months if you even paid the slightest attention.
Tons of videos of Michael Borresen and Lars Kristensen mentioning that the X3 cabinet was 100% made, assembled, finished in China. Yes including the tacky-looking carbon fibre inserts.
This was also clearly mentioned in the review on hifipig.
If you’re still not convinced, give AGD a call, they’d be happy to tell you the sad truth. Funny how you claim to own the speaker when you don’t know anything about it. Sincerely hope you're not experiencing buyer's remorse now. How can you sleep now that you know a part of it was made in china?
I have owned a pair of Perlisten S5t speakers for a few months. I couldn’t audition them, but I had heard the S7t at Capital Audiofest and then for an extended audition at a dealer. The S5t’s are very similar to the S7t’s, except at the very low end. I have Wilson SabrinaXs, Sabrina X’s, and Harbeth Compact 7es xdr’s in other systems.
I love the S5t. For me, the mist distinctive qualities are clarity, transparency, and extended dynamic range. It compares in overall quality to the SabrinaX. So, an excellent speaker. I would say that it has a tiny bit more sparkle and sheen at the top as compared with the SabrinaX’s. Bass extension is similar to my ears.
caveats: Different smplification. The S5t’s are paired with an NAD M33; the SabrinaX with a McIntosh MA-12000, and the Sabrina’s with a Technics SU-R1000. I have a Luxman L-509z on preorder for the S5t’s. That may make a noticeable difference,
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