Rethm Maargra Speaker: High efficiency, very easy impedance, built for SET amps.


These, very easy to drive Rethm speakers
https://www.stereophile.com/content/rethm-maarga-loudspeaker


Quite the opposite of the very hard to drive, (most of the Wilson) range of speakers.
https://forum.audiogon.com/discussions/wilson-s-chronosonic-xvx-loudspeaker-over-3-4-of-a-million-us-dollars

Read the listening test reviews and the lab tests on both and make up your own mind, about each, and what will sound the best and more truthful to the recordings.

Cheers George


128x128georgehifi

+1 ghasley. I'm an advocate for efficient easily driven speakers and low power amplifiers. However  IMHO these types of speakers and Wilson appeal to 'very' different types of listeners with miniscule crossover interaction/interest. I've heard some Rethm models under audio show conditions and they were good sounding within their respective systems.

Charles

 I do like a number of systems using full/wide range drivers, particularly when those drivers are actually used in multi-way systems.

My Bache Audio Tribeca speakers use a wide band driver, sans the whizzer, augmented by a super tweeter and 2 woofers. They sound wonderful with my Emotive Audio electronics. Compared to my Audio Physic Tempo Plus speakers, they don't have the razor sharp imaging. Instead it's slightly diffused, which to my ears sounds more natural. My guess is you would hear similar differences between  Rethm and Wilson.
I have enjoyed owning several different highish sensitivity speakers and I have enjoyed owning several different Wilson Audio speakers. Horses for courses.
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I heard the Baahva and it was not coherent.
At higher volume levels you can hear the cabinet vibrate.