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This review page is supported in part by the sponsor whose ad is displayed above Reviewer: Premier three-tier, filled with sand Powerline conditioning: It seems the more so-called technology becomes incorporated in many loudspeakers, the less musical they turn out to be.
I have no idea why but I suspect many of their designers are not particularly fond of music. Instead, they might be more interested in nice and neat response graphs. Far too many contemporary speakers sound overly bright and highlight leading edges, probably to give the illusion of offering more detail.
Frankly, the only current multi-driver designs that interest me are the ones that attempt to preserve the original waveform. I am also becoming increasingly fond of single-driver and horn loudspeakers. While they may not earn top marks for smooth response curves and wide bandwidth, they certainly excel in conveying the drama, immediacy and excitement of music.
Therefore, a vertical baffle, multi-driver speaker has to be special indeed to catch my ear. I first came across Living Voice while prowling the halls during last year's Stereophile show in New York.
Here were loudspeakers that didn't at all sound as boring and antiseptic as most other models I heard at the show. These British imports indeed sounded rather unique and interesting to my ears. While perhaps not the most neutral or uncolored of speakers, both Living Voice models majored on musical communication.
I had a long pleasant chat with their designer Kevin Scott who only piqued my curiosity further. While I was indeed impressed with the upscale models, I was curious to sample the entry-level Auditorium especially since it fits within the price range of products I cover for 6moons.
Realizing that most music lovers do not have the money, space or even desire to own such behemoths no matter how good they sound, designer Kevin Scott created a more affordable and domestically harmonious range consisting of three rather plain-looking compact floorstanders.
All three sport a high-density hardwood particleboard enclosure with a pair of 6-inch doped paper woofers flanking a soft dome tweeter in a high-sensitivity D'Appolito arrangement. Most loudspeaker firms spend a larger parts budget on bigger boxes and more drivers. However Living Voice, marching to the beat of its own drummer, uses the same enclosure for every model and instead offers better drivers, improved crossover components and extra internal bracing as one moves up the line.
The entry-level Auditorium utilizes Vifa components. The minimalist crossover consists of non-inductive wire-wound resistors and hand-wound air-core inductors. Arranged to limit crosstalk, crossover components are mechanically isolated from the enclosure.
Sensitivity is a whopping 94dB and nominal impedance is a comfortable 6 ohms. If you think these speakers would be an excellent match for low-power tube amps, you are correct. In fact, Kevin designed his speakers specifically for push-pull tube amps of modest power ratings.
I thought my watt Manley Labs Stingray and the Auditoriums would be an ideal pairing. As it turned out, they indeed got along well.
A wide variety of book-matched veneers are available. The surprisingly light 17kg cabinet sits on a small box plinth via a few globs of Blu-tac. The plinth provides proper driver height for a cabinet whose internal volume Living Voice determined was the optimum size for this driver arrangement.
Each plinth includes four threaded spikes with nuts for a secure connection. Jay stressed they should be tightened firmly with a wrench for optimum sonics.Comedy about diversity and friendship for teens+.
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