Ammar Jadusingh began his loudspeaker company, Soundfield Audio, in late 2010, not long before he exhibited at AXPONA Jacksonville. Sold direct via the internet, his brand new Variable Soundfield Tower 3 four-way loudspeaker ($8500/pair), aka VSFT-3, contains two different, active woofers: a 10" sealed, high-excursion woofer and a 12" dipole woofer. With a claimed frequency response of 20Hz23kHz, 8 ohms nominal impedance, and 92dB sensitivity, the speakers exhibited quite good balance and a warm midrange on a Red Book version of Dave Brubeck's "Take 5," live from the UK.
Driving the VSFT-3 were a ModWright KWA 100SE amp ($5250), LS100 tube preamp ($3750), ModWright modified Oppo BDP-105 ($2500 for the mod only). Cables were MG Audio Design Planus III speaker ($2300/10' pair) and Planus AG1 IC ($1550/1.5m pair). ModWright gear may not convey the most sophisticated, subtle, or transparent of presentations, but the sound was nonetheless very clear, controlled, and fast.