The company’s Jack Arnott explained that BMS’s drivers can be found everywhere from soundstages in LA to naval paging systems and home audio installations. “I’m using my own cabinets so you can see what’s inside,” he said. “I am using Home Depot speaker cable because I am selling speaker components, not speaker cable." Well, I must say that both Tony Bennett and K.D. Lang’s duet on “La Vie en Rose” and the opening chorale from Glenn Gould’s second recording of Bach’s Goldberg Variations sounded quite beautiful.
On active display were a BMS 15CN890 triaxial ($1150), with a frequency range from 80Hz22kHz, paired with a BMS 15N840 ($505), which extends from 30Hz to 80Hz. I wonder if I’ll encounter any of these at the annual Burning Amp event I’m attending in a week’s time.