Not a problem Bernard, I'm planning my usual multi-page thread of it with plenty of pictures. This will be my 5th consecutive year attending and covering it here on the site. I'm excited to be there!Tim (MiTT) don't forget to take your pornograph to the show.
I might be able to pop in at Lola's for a "Hello". Won't be staying long enough for food or drink.
If you are talking about the GR Research V1, I did a brief listen to the V1 "Plus", which apparently has an improved tweeter over the V1.
I asked the rep about the price and he said they were $2,495. I stared at him in disbelief.
Room was small and very crowded when I heard them. I was off to the side and somewhat in the back with several folks between me and the speakers.
Having said that, there were very impressive and for the price. Very dynamic and life like in a relatively small package. Also quite attractive. First impressions. A silly, stupid bargain, or shall I say a steal at the price and a product I would want to have a serious listen to, given the opportunity.
Yes. I thought they were pretty nice, but I wasn't extremely impressed. Maybe it was because I had listened to so many systems that I was subconciously comparing them to much higher priced speakers. The music that I heard through them seemed very clear, but the sound came from the dead center and there didn't seem to be any width to the soundstage. Worth the asking price? Sure. But for me, the ADAM's are a better buy. I will check my notes, to be sure I'm commenting on what I heard, but they're currently packed up in my car and I don't want to dig them out until I get home. If I have any more info, I'll update.Were you able to do it?