New PS Audio speakers?

Someone from a vintage Infinity site posted their equally horrible setup. Sometimes you got to do what you got to do.

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It’s especially fascinating as they are omnidirectional speakers, which makes the whole thing even more sensible…but never judge a setup until you heard it :wink:

I have a couple of GIK polyfusers that I can place on the first order reflections that emanate from the front glass. I can also put them up to cover the sidewall first order reflections. The polyfusers are used when I want a tighter soundstage. Finally my pictures have not shown the 6 different tube traps that are lined up in corners and sidewalls. Also note that an omnidirectional speaker design creates a different sound field than dynamics. Accordingly the treatment techniques are different. One of the reasons I bought the MBLs is they work great in my glass filled room. Open invite to anybody that wants to listen to this setup in Minneapolis.

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That is quite a generous offer to hear such a fine system.

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With all that you still get to keep your fantastic view!

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That super comfy Morrison Chair and view makes the setup entirely forgivable.

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On a a trip to Scottsdale I took in July I ran out of time to hear the Latest MBL101s here but I did get time to hear the upper Echelon of Wilson speakers , Sonus Faber, McIntosh and D’agostino, Burmester, and Complete World of McIntosh line and top of line Martin Logans.

The owners says he was looking at opening a store here in Southlake TX and owns property for a home he wishes to build here.

It is like visiting a HiFi show with what he sells and has set up. He sets up systems all over the US and the world. A must visit place if your in Phoenix.

LMC Home Entertainment

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The painful truth.

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I totally agree - I live in Phoenix and had the pleasure of visiting LMC Home Entertainment about a year ago. Just an unbelievable array of loudspeakers, including the Wilson WAMM Master Chronosonic speakers that I was fortunate enough to be able to listen to while I was there. ($840k speakers, total system was 1.5M !!!)

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I think silver feet on the black speaker would be my choice.

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@vkennedy61 you are spot on.



Compromising decisions abound in this hobby. Here are pictures related to my previous reply. When I am in super serious listening mode I have this setup. Usually have polyfusers instead of the absorption panels and all sorts of tube traps (6 in all). It takes me about 5 minutes to get the setup from high spousal acceptance factor to this not so SAF. . I encourage folks to try some modular treatments to experiment with their rooms. Has helped mine without causing much architectural disturbance.

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WOW you can easily behind your gear to swap cables, etc.
NICE !!

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Those chairs must move several inches when those subs start hitting! Awesome setup! BTW this looks no compromise to me!!

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I was thinking the windows would be moving several inches from those subs.

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I’m guessing this has been covered by @Paul or in this or other threads but is this first speaker model slated to be the flagship or is there a cost-no-object model launching at some point?

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Still middle of the line up

What I like about this room is that it seems very comfortable. I can easily see myself relaxing there. A good book, my Wife and dog, some libations, and of course music.

Fantastic!

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I asked that the other day in Paul’s post, and he responded that there would be 2 models above the initial model.

What about a smaller one?

There’s 4 smaller versions coming before the two larger versions.

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