Very interesting Steve. Would you recommend the larger ones for the big Wilsons? And how do they get installed...the top looks solid, but is there a screw/adaptor to screw into the speaker? Or does the speaker rest on top? (presumably with the spikes removed?)Introducing the new Center Stage 2 LS 1.0
Suffice it to say that with the addition a month ago to my system of the new Center Stage 2 LS 1.5 I have been in hog's heaven as the changes to my system were so profound that I Neve r thought them to be possible
Joe just released the new LS 1.0 and I received 8 of them yesterday to try and compare to its big brother the LS 1.5.
The only downside was having to remove the present keepers in my system and audition this new set as I once again go through the painful settle in process
I always like to listen immediately after the feet are inserted to get a taste of what was to come as very quickly the sound stage falls apart and there then comes the 7 day or so settle in. My preliminary thoughts before the bass became loose and tubby and the top end bright and rolled off was an amazingly beautiful midrange which persisted for a few hours before the sound degraded. So my system is on now for most of the day's to follow
I took a side by side of the 2 feet
Although I have never weighed these feet I would say that the LS 1.5 weigh 3-3.5 pounds and stands 3.25" tall. The new LS 1.0 seems half the weight and about an inch shorter. The LS 1.0 is built around the 1.0 technology and like it's big brother the LS 1.5, the LS 1.0 has the equivalent of 5 CS2 1.0 feet within
I will report my findings over the course of the next week or so and once they've settled I will have some further comments