The presence of subwoofers fascinate this old ass. Without the low frequencies underneath, the incompleteness empties my musical desire. If I had not known the difference with and without, I probably can live with it. Thanks to the Algame which reproduces bass with weight and speed.
As I mentioned earlier, I am about for a change. That is not to say my current speakers can't serve me well. I am aiming at the next level. Given Algame's amazing capability as a full range speaker, it is not easy for me to take a quick move.
The integration of subwoofers to the main speakers to me is quite problematic. Can anyone share how do you reconcile all the differences between amp gain and sensitivity of drivers to warrant a good integration?
In the case of Cessaro beta, even assuming sensitivity of the TAD drivers in the main towers is as the same as the 16", but the bass is driven by solid state amp with an unknown gain factor. The Tron 211 amp must have much lower damping factor and potentiall lower gain than the solid state amp driving the bass driver.
When I asked PT, he said the manufacturer adjusts by ears. Sorry Pal, I don't buy them because how can I trust anyone's ears? What I need is a detailed systematic way of solving all these inconsistencies. I am not buying someone else favor but my own.