And can I have some? I was reading through some Klipsch reviews to look at how horn-loaded speakers measure. In the Forte III review, Ken Micallef describes the Volti Audio Rival speakers as "the finest loudspeakers to ever grace [his] home." I thought, "Wow! These speakers must really be something special, then. Let's see how they measure." I was utterly shocked to see this frequency response graph: A stereotypical smiley-face sucked-out graph with a horribly ugly booming 100 Hz peak and virtually no midrange to speak of. The area from 80-120 Hz or so (the BOOM zone) is nearly 15 dB louder than the vast majority of the midrange, and the treble is beyond "icepick" territory. So what gives? How does something that measures this poorly gain a "Class A" rating from this magazine? It just irritates me to no end that a loudspeaker that costs eight thousand dollars can be sold with such off-kilter measurements, and the s̶h̶i̶l̶l̶s̶ gentlemen at Stereophile will give it such superlative praise as "finest ever" and "flat-out musical fun," and describe such screechy treble as "smooth, wide open, and grain-free." Then he goes on to say that the speakers have "immaculate transparency." I've always suspected that when reviewers describe something as "alive" and "transparent," they actually mean "tipped-up treble with no midrange." This seems to confirm that!