HiFi ifas 12.2021: „The bass guitar sounds pleasantly warm and with a full body on "And I Love Her" in Pat Metheny's version. And although only one instrument is played here, the area between the loudspeakers is completely filled, as is the room beyond. The sweet spot of the Ayers Five isn't just limited to a few centimetres, it's kept generous [...].
However, the floor-standing loudspeakers then lose their restraint at the latest with the rapid drum rolls, the way they whiz from left to right, which is really inspiring. This dry, rolling bass fits in wonderfully, nothing is thickened here at all, the woofers really grab it. Nevertheless, the occasional broom that plays discreetly comes into its own.
[...] The inhabitant of Hamburg does not attack the listener with a dissecting knife, but rather plays pleasantly and stress-free. With its discreetly warm character, longer enjoyable listening evenings are also possible. Every kind of music is placed in the room in a vivid and lively way and plays towards the listener. This also applies to the very live, gripping and wonderfully tight bass.“
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