things i dont like:
the green led its pale, "ugly green" its depressing to look at.
the jbl eon 15g2 also has a green led, but its greener, alive & a bit brighter. its addictive to look.
i know the blablabla, but some speakers led auto-turn off.
my camera does not capture that difference.
mosquitoes love to sleep & die in the ribbon.
easy to fix, with a resistor.
Tweeter cannot be rotated.
unless heavy modification.
things i like:
it has "secret" calibration on the back, no need to open.
separated LF&HF amplifier gains can be tweaked to taste.
at first seems it does not have bass, because default factory calibration.
but it can give a nice bass.
the LF shelf is nice, deep bass, punchy.
the HF shelf its a bit harsh sounding. "too clean for my taste" too much dynamic.
strange. must be the Q, easy to fix if i find the capacitor or the resistor.
tweaking the lows its very easy.
the highs are more delicated to tweak, because it has 3 settings:
amplifier gain, HF Shelf EQ & a second +/-4dB stepped tweeter setting.
just play music & tweak.
or buy calibration mic, and use a signal generator...
transparent & accurate.
that means most MP3 sound boring as hell, like a veil
analog sounds nice 3d.
too clean mic-pres sound too clean.
it does not make digital music sound good.
like some vintage amplifiers: McIntosh, Scott & others.
but these are the real Truth.
some times i wonder if i want to hear the Truth.
i feel they lack something... noise? THD? cant tell
magnets & PSU transformer are big = good,
circuits have a clever 2 levels,.