I do not know what your post means. Also I frequently do not understand what Earl Gedde says. I know that he suggests that his Waveguide theory and his loudspeakers built around this theory are interesting. But from another side he hangs around the cretins at AA high sensitively forums trying to convinced them that his Waveguided speakers are contestable with horns. Interesting that no one at those forums ever heard Waveguided speakers and no one among those idiots heard horns. Still, Earl Geddes own wring sounds like too much self-convincing thinking…
I do not know Earl Geddes personally and never head his speakers. We exchanged in past with few emails. He sounded OK, but slightly too orthodoxic and too conformistic for my taste. He has a slight negative impact on me with his complete detachment of his thinking from the musical experiences and with his desire to maintain himself as an industry submissive pussy and enjoys the “privilege” to be wrapped around the fingers of each person who might impact the clientele of his prospective customers. I do not think that anyone might judge him for that – this is how the person makes his living, but still… I feel that it does affect consciousness…
Anyhow, Duke. I know that you heard the Earl Gedde speakers and you might be even distributing them. Could you tell more about them and partially your personal listening experience that might be correlated with what Earl Gedde say? Will, Earl Gedde’s present at this CES? Do you feel that Earl Gedde worth any attention? I know that was for quite along time a person who was try to convince the world that Soundlabs worth attentions. I always considered that they fundamentally faulty and listenable speakers. So, what Earl Gedde’s speakers taught you that you did not understand when you had the SoundLabs?
The Morons who do not know me might presume that I molest you in some ways but you know me and you understand that I do not. I would like to invite you to share your own observation what stay behind the Earl Gedde speakers and to explain what was your own progress since you was exposed to them
Romy the Cat
"I wish I could score everything for horns." - Richard Wagner. "Our writing equipment takes part in the forming of our thoughts." - Friedrich Nietzsche