Do you have the right speaker for your system? If you would like to find out I'd be happy to give you a test to see if you are coupling your speakers to your room or not.
Over the years there have been thousands of great products made, but does one of these products work in your space is the question that needs answered. It can be the "hit of the month" and sound terrible in your setup and room. Keep in mind that this same product can be the best in the world in the designers room but sound horrible in yours. Thousands of reviews over the years have been based on the reviewers rooms and equipment, same as when you listen, but does this mean it will sound great at your place?
I'd like to show you how to find out if you have the speaker for you, and how to test speakers with your ears in your room to see if they are keepers.
Visit me on tuneland or lets find out on here if your speakers are the right ones and what makes a speaker right for you.
At lot of times we buy things based on others and then put them in our own homes and they don't sound like the writer or designer says they would. I'd like to show you why and introduce you to some tricks that could change the hobby for you.
I'm not here to beat up on any brand, but instead show you how to find the perfect sound for you. I also make no judgements based on $$$, as I have found this most of the time has very little to do with whether a speaker is working in your room or not. What I do is help you find how to make your speakers/room and system one. The starting point is this "no two systems sound the same". Even if your setup is indentical to the one reviewed or used in a store or at a friends there is no way it sounds the same at your place. I'll show you why and also how to get your sound. It may sound weird at first but after you try a couple of things or answer a couple of questions you will be on a different path than you perhaps have ever been on in this hobby.That path could lead you to the sound you've always wanted.