RMAF V: Under the Sea

If the Vivid Giyas make you think of the B&W Nautilus speakers, that's because the same cabinet designer was involved. The Giyas will set you back $58,000/pair, not including, of course, the Luxman electronics and source driving them here, and the Synergistic actively shielded cables (don't ask) tying it all together.
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While the bass extension and general sound quality from the Giyas was amazing, they didn't provide quite the same "THAT sound is coming from THOSE" shock that hearing the Vivid B-1s did at last year's RMAF. It still amazes me that the B-1s are only rated down to 39 Hz given how much bass slam they actually generate in real-world use.

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