Top of the twenty5 range, high-end floor-standing speakers, Paul Rigby notes that the 26i designs sport not one but two Advanced Transmission Line slots
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Chris Simmonds26th March 2023 at 10:02 pm
I’ve always liked my PMC twenty5/23 (not the i version), they partner my Quad Artera Pre and Artera Stereo really well. My room’s not big enough to accomodate the larger 26i’s and neither is my wallet but I enjoyed the review. My Twenty5/23’s have the same stands, I look forward to seeing your reviews of their replacements. The latest i versions of te PMC range have a revised and refined tweeter but I’ve never found my self wanting better treble and my ears are 76 years old ( so is the rest of me I think) so maybe that’s the reason I don’t notice what you did about the treble. There’s some advantages to getting older!
Paul Rigby27th March 2023 at 12:15 pm
Hehe – thanks for the thoughts, Chris. I’m waiting for a set of more expensive and high-end feet from Stack Audio to do a quick A-B comparison before I post the review (I tested the AUVA 70s and I want to listen to the company’s more expensive AUVA 100s before I publish) but they’re looking/sounding good, I have to say.