Indeed, great write up, yet again, @shadyJ
More importantly still, congratulations to
… another amazing Speaker.
To all those that wonder, this is why I am so grateful to Dennis, as well as the friends here who encouraged me back in 2018 to check out his Speakers. Shady nailed it when he discussed the accuracy and neutrality of these designs! They simply do not get in the way, rather Dennis’ designs allow us to really hear and feel sound reproduction in the most lifelike manner. For music, it’s as if I were back among the musicians at a performance: the
recorded performance as it were. For movies and gaming, all I can say is that any Speaker capable of faithfully reproducing musical instruments is going to sound great with movies, too. Perhaps there is a dynamic limit, but my ears haven’t identified that limit.
Lastly, as I am a fortunate owner of the fore mentioned Phil 3s, one of the last pair ever built, I know almost perfectly well what purchasers of this BMR Tower are in for. It is an absolute treat being surrounded by such capable Speakers as these and the BMR Monitors. Not a day passes I don’t find myself slipping into my own little world of sound.
Regardless of the program I choose to engage with, from many genres of Music both stereo and multichannel to HT and Gaming, Dennis’s designs perform impeccably well and aid in that ‘escape.’
Pairing his Monitors and Towers is a natural choice as well with a single Monitor as a Center.
Suffice it to say, any Music-minded person will find this one of the best ways to build a multipurpose rig capable of the highest quality music reproduction for any critical sessions one may wish to partake in. After my own experience at an Audio Show (pre-COVID), I can safely say that there is nothing I heard at $60k+ that I don’t have in my system, yet at a far greater value.
Dare I say, I have much more than any such 5-figure Speaker may offer, to the extent I wouldn’t trade “up” for anything.