Holmz Posted November 20, 2022 Share Posted November 20, 2022 (edited) I know this is like asking the choir to sing out a hallelujah during the sermon… But I has to ask… But what is the difference one hears when moving from a 2C to Treo CT, Quatro and Kento? My perception is that the 1, 2 and 3 are somewhat of dipoles. And that these three are not as sensitive “in the front wall to speaker” constraints like the 2C. Before I lash out on a trip interstate… or internationally, can people help me intellectually understand what’s up with them? (Probably leaning towards TreoCT) The last listening experience to the Kentos was when that shop’s ARC amp was intermittent. And I had been fretting about the speaker and preamp or amp being a bit imbalanced, for the last year + and thought maybe it was my ears. Running the phono stage into the DAC/ADC shows that the channel imbalance exists there. But I’ll work on the TT and the new cart this week. The 2C still sound so good that I am still not sure what I would be gaining, other than maybe easier room placement, and the pistonic driver (Is it the MR or the woofer?) and probably lower distortion tweeter. And with the box rather than dipole… I guess it should be way different. And I have a trip in Feb so I need to start chin scratching. Edited November 20, 2022 by Holmz 1 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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