pretty. very very pretty.TomDac said:
Yes its still very bad. I can get three real nice amps with very good speakers for thousands less than $26Kaliveatfive said:If I read the website correctly, for that 26 grand you also get three amps per side. Maybe not so bad?
Phase-skewing? Sounds like market-speak to me. I think this was aimed at both ML and Sound Lab.SteveInNC said:I like how they took a swipe at Martin Logan with their "...usual phase-skewing surface curvature or facets". MLs are the only electrostatics that I've seen that have a curved transducer.
Robin I would love to see you hang the Statement E2 from your ceiling. Now that would be way cool...Robin said:Yes, I agree, they look cool... But, if I had 26K, I would have purchased those, ML - Statement E2's, in LA, way back in August, on Audiogon...
Now, that would have been way cool...
Hola MrTybald. No. They are curved for better horizontal and vertical dispersion...in other words, better image and scenario. Happy listening,MrTybalt said:Doesn't ML curve the panels to make the speakers last longer? I thought I read that or someone told me that.
Robin with the sound the Statement e2 makes I'm sure it's not hard to get them off the floor. I bet they boom.Robin said:SugarMedia,
I was thinking of levitating the E2's..., you know, no wires.