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In the Forum: Playback Listening
In the Thread: The “Dead Points of Live Sound”
Post Subject: A progress by quarter inch.Posted by Romy the Cat on: 7/1/2010

Somebody “aehaas” from Florida got new large Wilson and wrote about his experience. The writing was posted at – the site invested by idiots of all calibers, and the comments and responses to the aehaas’s writing are a good evidence of it.

I do not like a few things in that right up and I do not like very much the way how aehaas describes the sound of this installation but (to me it is a typical ML sound) but there was a moment in there that is worth to pay atantion.

Aehaas wrote: “One thing I learned was that a quarter inch of movement can make a big difference in the sound quality.”

We all know that Wilson for a long time advertise this speakers arrangement techniques as something that would allow to get much better sound from their speakers. I would not doubt it as the topology of the larger Wilsons is very much prone them to be DPoLS dependant. Now, the question that I would ask: Does the Wilsons speakers’ arrangement rise to the DPoLS level or it is just speakers arrangement?  It is hard to answer.  I am sure that dealing with somebody at higher echelon of Wilsons it would be possible to collaborate this subject. At the low echelon of the Wilsons food chain (regular dealers, reps and the rest sales junk) of course there is no people worth to talk about it.

I remember a few years ago I have seen the written direction how Wilsons was teaching his dealers to setup speakers. Does anybody have it now by any chance? I would like to review it in context of DPoLS/

Rgs, Romy the Cat

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