Also the bass blows in the intro of "Hotel California" were so great that they guarante a smile to appear when they hit. At first, the tweeter seems a bit reserved, but there is no lack of resolution. The spatial image is good and vivid, which we didn't necessarily expect.
The well-balanced frequency response ensures excellent long-term fitness and relaxed listening, which is not the case with PA constructions. The Vietnamese combines the attack and dynamic effortlessness of professional systems with audiophile finesse and dynamic musical qualities.
Also multifaceted voices like those of Norah Jones or Rod Stewart, even Pavarotti, whom we tried to get into the big STEREO listening room, sounded very real. Even symphonic music is by no means just endurable, but rather good, even if I don't necessaril see this to be the primary strength of these speakers, especially in light of the utter absence of coloration with strings.
The Thivans are all-rounders, no question about it, but above all they are very convincing if you let. The quality of a loudspeaker can also be measured by the fact that you make your favourite music louder and louder – and not quieter.
Listen to "Children Of Sanchez" by Mangione through a large Octave tube, a T+A PA 3100 HV, a Symphonic Line RG 9 HD or Audionet WATT – and next thing you find yourself measuring how to fit the Eros-9 fits into your living room. That's a promise.
By the way, it is absolutely possible to convince your significant other of large loudspeakers in the living room. However, only with music running.