From his forum:http://groups.yahoo.com/group/regsaudioforum/
TAS reviwer Robert E. Greene has these comments on the July issue:
"I think you will find page 114 of the July issue of Sphile
interesting. There is an RTA measurement of the Wilson MAXX system in two different reviewers set-ups.
Now I have not heard this speaker and offer no views of its performance intrinsically.
BUT the important point is that they are QUITE DIFFERENT.
In one, the bass is very heavy. In the other , there is a littel boom at 100 Hz but the bass is otherwise quite smooth. The amount of floor dip and return is different. The prominence of the upper mids is different.
One can I suppose believe that the same speaker is involved. But the graphs are not very close to being the same and when one considers that this is a rather strong averaging process(note also the compressed vertical scale)....
What price flat here? Even the upper mids and the the top octave are moved around.
I think this is a fine illustration of how rooms change sound. What does the MAXX 2 actually sound like? Who knows? There is a rough pattern(the speaker seems a little upper midrangey for instance) , but rough is all the pattern is. The graphs are not bad, but they surely do not match all that closely. REG"