thanks for the review, really, these speakers at this price (Infinity P363, older models P362, P361, P360) are really almost too good to be true.
I also have a matching pair of their "center channel" speakers which I use as studio monitors in my workshop.
Hard to believe, but when I bought them, I was floored that they sounded better than some extremely expensive speakers that I had before.
Here's some quotes from the review for those who don't want to follow the link and read the whole thing . . . .
the Infinities are superbly uncolored and un-speaker like. And they vanish as sources in a way few others can match, presenting a seamless and stable sonic image.
This is no-compromise behavior. Not good for the money, not good for two or three times the price, but just plain good, period. You can spend $90,000 for a pair
of speakers and not do as well in radiation pattern. This is a speaker that everyone ought to listen to carefully. At the price, one could almost buy them just
to try them out . . . . I do not want to appear to be deliberately provocative, but these things are really something. In many fundamental ways they
are in the top echelon of anything out there. Hard to believe, perhaps, but have a listen. They do more than sound like a really good speaker.
At any rate, much as I'm always itchin' to buy me some $5000 speakers, these sound so good it makes spending that kind of money ridiculous.
Although keep in mind, my idea is always value for the money, as 90% of the sound for 10% of the price has always been foremost in my mind.