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    PBN M2!5 vs M2: anybody heard them?

    Just wondering if anyone has heard these PBN speakers that use the M2 CD and waveguide? Interested to know how they compare.

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    Quote Originally Posted by iansr View Post
    Just wondering if anyone has heard these PBN speakers that use the M2 CD and waveguide? Interested to know how they compare.
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    There’s a thread here already somewhere, but here’s a link:

    https://pbnaudio.com/m25-loudspeaker/

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    Quote Originally Posted by grumpy View Post
    There’s a thread here already somewhere, but here’s a link:

    https://pbnaudio.com/m25-loudspeaker/
    Does anyone here audition them?
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    I have heard them compared to 4367. Not even the same planet.


    Quote Originally Posted by martin_wu99 View Post
    Does anyone here audition them?
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    Quote Originally Posted by sebackman View Post
    I have heard them compared to 4367. Not even the same planet.
    The 4367s are better?

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    Quote Originally Posted by iansr View Post
    The 4367s are better?
    Sebackman meant M25 is far more better than 4367
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    Quote Originally Posted by martin_wu99 View Post
    Sebackman meant M25 is far more better than 4367
    I would be surprised if the archaic 2235H blew away the 2216ND! Especially in the lower midrange.

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    They don’t. They did not use the 2234. They did not make them 2.5 way either, both 15 goes all the way. Well, or they don’t....
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    I have not heard the PBN, but just by looking at the specs :

    1. Crossing 2 x 2235H at 900 hz.

    Always thought the 2235H is excellent for bass extension. Using 2 in parallel crossing so high might affect the clarity in the mid bass. I think it is wise that they are arranged vertically too and not horizontally.

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