RMAF 2017: Voxativ single-minded in pursuit of great sound / by Christopher Owens

 "And, then there was that seamless presentation from the single drivers. The sound had considerable weight, impressive layering, excellent tempo and polished highs, although I had to focus hard in my mind to analyze the separate frequency bands, since the music was emerging as a whole. There, in a nutshell, was what I’ll call the Voxativ Effect. “You and Your Friend” is a song I normally detest, but on these speakers I was so taken by the reproduction that I listened intently until the last note faded away."

"And, then there was that seamless presentation from the single drivers. The sound had considerable weight, impressive layering, excellent tempo and polished highs, although I had to focus hard in my mind to analyze the separate frequency bands, since the music was emerging as a whole. There, in a nutshell, was what I’ll call the Voxativ Effect. “You and Your Friend” is a song I normally detest, but on these speakers I was so taken by the reproduction that I listened intently until the last note faded away."

Source: https://parttimeaudiophile.com/2017/10/25/...