Noen som har prøvd det nye delefilteret til SVS MTS?
Ellers, til kino, er dette rette høyttalere? (med 2 stk PB12), eller ville noe klipsch vært bedre (og kanskje billigere).
Til den prisen forventer en vel seg meget kvalitet, godt med detaljer og punch.
Bare lufter hjernen og tankene litt, tenker på å skaffe meg ett sett når huset og dedikert kino rom er i boks.
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06-24-2008, 02:15 #1
SVS MTS med oppgradert delefilter
06-24-2008, 02:56 #2
Det filteret er vel ikke tilgjengelig enda?
Må si at det SVS/Lsound gjør i forbindelse med oppgradering av MTS er imponerende, respekt
Welcome to L-Sound!
Vi kommer ikke til å selge disse delefiltrene som “oppgraderinger” til dagens MTS-01 kunder - vi kommer til å gi disse gratis til deg. (...) ...så vil vi installere delefiltrene for deg gratis og høyttalerne sendes tilbake til deg på vår regning.
Off Topic, mailet de i går kl 22:24, fikk svar 22:34
06-24-2008, 12:55 #3
noen som har anbefalinger til forsterkere till disse høytalerene? har en følelse man må ha en ganske sterk amp!
06-24-2008, 12:58 #4Opprinnelig postet av duality
Vil tro Lsound velger sitt utvalg med omhu...
06-24-2008, 13:08 #5
ja men hvor sterk forsterker er anbefalt:P så klart velger dem med omhue:P
06-24-2008, 13:16 #6
det er jo 85 db følsomhet, så må nok ha noe kraftig for og vekke dem til live skikklig!
noen som har noen erfaringer?
06-24-2008, 13:22 #7
Hmm, 200w kansje.
Så rotel rb-1080 er en start for og få bra lyd ut av de
06-24-2008, 15:26 #8
Har testet de i lag med en Rotel RB-1092, å det funket veldig bra i sammen ihvertfall.
09-03-2008, 11:35 #9
Da har noen hørt de med nye oppgraderte delefilter, å det høres ut som de synes det er en helt ny høytaler. Gleder meg til å høre disse selv, å skal ikke se bort fra jeg bytter ut Klipschene :-)
Dette er cut and paste fra AVSFORUM å brukeren robroy:
I just got the MTS set with the new crossovers and had someone from a different forum come for a listen. Here is what he wrote about the visit on another forum:
As some of you may have seen, RobbRoy held a small get together this past Friday to showcase the newly reworked MTS speakers. Sadly, I was the only one foolish to brave our unpredictable monsoon weather. The up side of this was that I got some hands on time with these freshly renewed speakers, and some quality brew (always necessary).
Let me preface this by saying that I have listened to a lot of speakers over the past few years, including the MTS'. My search for an affordable upgrade to my JBL's has been a hard one. I have found many worthy replacements, however the price tag was usually that of a small car. There were also quite a few that were in my price range, but just not enough of an upgrade sonically to warrant the purchase. I had hoped the new MTS line would be the end of that search. I had the opportunity to give them an audition with Robb soon after he got his set, and again during the SVS GT this past spring. While I could see (and hear) that many aspects would be an upgrade, I just couldn't see it as enough of one to drop the cash. I think the 2.0 version may have changed that.
Ron Stimpson was on hand to answer questions and ring some ear drums . As the newly reworked crossovers have yet to go into full production, these were a custom "one off", meaning that we three were the first to hear them in a whole 5.2 setup. I think we all were a bit surprised at what we heard.
Rob's newly reworked living room never looked better with those twin PB13 Ultras framing the MTS Towers. Ron had some bass heavy materiel (Yello, Crystal Method) and Robb had his large catalog to choose from. We concentrated on music during this run through, including the Nine Inch Nails Blu-Ray "Beside You In Time", The Dave Mathew's Band's "The Central Park Concert", and a High-Res recording as well, The Crystal Method's "Legion of Boom" DVD-Audio.
We started with a few tracks by Yello in stereo. Though the songs were unfamiliar to me, the sound field was very dynamic. I really had a hard time believing that not only was it two channel I was hearing, that these were the same speakers at all! To their credit, Robb and Ron had spent the better part of the day setting the system up and integrating the two subs, and their hard work showed.
Next we popped in the NIN Blu-Ray. I own this disk, and have ran it through numerous times. Many of the tracks are pretty dynamic and sometimes quite noisy on my system, but I heard none of that here. It was, quite literally like being at the concert. Reznor's vocals were clear and concise thanks in part to the newly reworked center channel. Brash tracks like "Terrible Lie" and "Burn" had detail and a depth that I had not heard on previous listenings. It was very immersive, and I found myself holding my breath at times.
Needing bit of a break we turned to the Dave Mathew's Band's "The Central Park Concert". Admittedly, I am not the biggest DMB fan, but the version of "Jimi Thing" on that disk kills. The sax and guitar solos sounded astonishing. I think Robb and I turned to each other at least a half dozen times, just shaking our heads in disbelief at what we were hearing.
By this time, the wives were getting restless and hungry, so we knew we had time for maybe one more. Ron grabbed "Legion of Boom" and put the spurs to it. I own this disk as well, so this was again familiar ground. As Ron put it, "Born Too Slow" is a good song to point out flaws in a system, sometimes to the point of being painful. There was none of that here. Wes Borland's staccato guitar never sounded harsh nor did John Garcia's screamed vocals. For a brief moment I thought Ron was going to blow them up as he slowly inched his way toward reference, but they just took it and asked for more. I couldn't believe the range these things had. "The American Way" with it's stuttering machine gun beat hammered our chests. Mila Jovovich's eerie backward vocals on "I Know It's You" was hypnotizing and ethereal.
Eventually, the power button was pushed, and the three of us were dragged away. It was a very different experience than last time. I think we all had our minds blown at one point or another. It truly is a new product. I can't wait to head back to do a little movie demo next time, while I wait for them to get back into production. For now, the only place to get a crack at these is by calling Robb and setting up a demo.
09-11-2008, 19:47 #10
Var på demo hos Lassesen på LSound idag å hørte på dette oppettet med de nye delefilterene. Bare en ting å si F_Y__F_A_E_N_!_!_! Er som helt nye høytalere. Alt jeg likte med de med de gamle delefilterene er nå enda bedre. Satt bare å gliste når Lassesen spilte for meg. Å for å avslutte det hele. De spilte SYKT mye høyere å råere enn før, før det ble slitsomt i ørene. Ble faktisk så imponert at jeg bestilte ett sett av han mens jeg var der :twisted:
Til dere som allerede har dette oppsettet. Gled dere til å få i nye delefilter i de. Til dere som ikke har hørt det. Løp å få ordnet en demo ASAP.