Okay, to begin I have been shopping around for some components net style.Yes it isn't the optimum way to do things since listening to audio is very subjective to the listeners ears.However most people(me included) have no place to actually audition components, and it leaves us that can't left relying on feedback from message boards.
I know everyone has heard the same old story before, nowhere to listen and blah blah blah, and it becomes tiresome to repeatedly see the same question asked over and over again about component sets.I am also very tired of using the SEARCH button and reading through miles of threads asking the same thing.Unfortunately there are not a ton of answers hidden in the search feature because most veterans or audiophiles have become a little calous towards answering the "same dumb question".
So while using my SEARCH feature and cruising the net on my Hawaaiin longboard I came accross some very good and interesting reading.A thread had started that I believe would be beneficial to everyone here.It would help all the regulars from quit having to answer the same old dumb question, and it would help all those looking for an answer.It will only work naturally if everyone participates.No participation will just equal another dead thread to read while using the SEARCH function and not getting an answer on the component you were seeking.
So with that said here is the deal:
List the component you have had with the following criteria:
1. Model Name and Number
2. Where you heard it? (board/car/otherwise)
3. Description of sound (1 or 2 sentences)
4. Anything else that would have affected the sound (filters etc if known)
One thing i must include is that the EQ should be set on FLAT and the analysis be done off that.
Simple as that.Just a list of speakers by people who have owned them and their opinions.Nothing more and nothing less.Then someone who is looking for feedback on a particular component will have a place to find it.
Thanks in advance for all of those willing to help others out by taking the time to respond to this thread.