HiFi-Test 03/2021: "The good impression of the Ayers Wall continues on the measuring stand. The bass-midrange driver turns out to be very potent and delivers a decent portion of bass despite the rather small, closed housing. The driver plays down to around 60 Hz without any problems and then continues to run very linearly before the tweeter finally begins to work. He also does his job wonderfully, does not look too smoothly ironed, but retains a certain, lively character.
In terms of omnidirectional behavior, the Ayers Wall shows its chocolate side and only deviates noticeably at an angle very high up. […] The liberated, lively play of the on-walls goes well with filigree piano pieces with a gentle flow. At the same time, hectic rock numbers are implemented with gripping dynamics. The bass range is full, but by no means appears overemphasized, and the voices are also very well done.
This is particularly important when it comes to film playback, where the Ayers Wall shines with excellent dialog intelligibility. Especially in combination with the Ayers Sub, the setup works very well and the chase between Batman and Bane in "The Dark Knight Rises" is carried away from the start."