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The Nautilus is still the prettiest speaker he has designed...don't like the Giya looks at all.
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Unfortunately, I've never heard nautilus as good as they looks. I still remember how many amps they tried out when they first introduced them in germany it sounded somehow torn.
One time i heard them really good with audio research pre Reference 1 +pass aleph 0 mono( 8 pieces) amps.
 
The better Nautilus from him? Definitely looks very interesting
The better Nautilus is the Giya, this is another level or two up IMO....
 
Is this a bi-amp system? Those woofer magnets don't look small. Would guess that's a boatload of back EMF to deal with on a single amp.
 
Will it be possible to listen to Moya at Munich HE?
 
Is this a bi-amp system? Those woofer magnets don't look small. Would guess that's a boatload of back EMF to deal with on a single amp.
They made the demo in China with four mono amps.......so I would say yes :cool:
 
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Anyone hear them yet?
 
The Nautilus is still the prettiest speaker he has designed...don't like the Giya looks at all.
Based only on visual aesthetics, I really like their horn speakers.
 

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$465K USD. 5 - way design. Even with the 4-way Giya line as in my Spirits, the drivers are loafing, responsible for only ~2 octaves each. The Moya, especially in the mid - bass to bass is loafing = effortless ;-)
 
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