Is it magically better than P3’s for instance, in this single respect - simply by virtue of the design? Not necessarily. But the two speakers sound different in other ways that may or may not be important to you, and the P3’s are now nearly twice the price.
My first studio monitors around 40 years ago were Tannoy concentrics, and when I moved on from them, I found I was relieved to move on from the notion that concentric was in itself an absolute good. The means of making that (to me) seemingly impossible feat work properly has advanced in the meantime though. As have drivers generally, and means of better integrating non-concentric driver designs.
I love both the Metas and the P3’s (especially with a sub or two). I’ve been listening to the Metas a lot lately, and I think they’re a screamin’ deal. And this is coming from someone who never really liked KEFs before.