I am going to build a pair of speakers at some point. Some are much more revealing than others. I listen to a lot of well-recorded music, and also great music not well recorded (e.g. old Chicago, Tower of Power, the Rascals). Highly revealing speakers can make bad recordings nearly unlistenable (to me), with the biggest problems being in the upper range. My subjective question is, to what extent does triode mode - with it's slight roll-off - improve the sound of poor recordings on highly-revealing speakers? I have the monoblocks and do not currently own highly revealing speakers to test this myself.
Last edited by IntarsiaGuy on Thu Aug 12, 2021 11:59 am; edited 1 time in total (Reason for editing : records = recordings)