PSB Synchrony T800 Loudspeaker $11,999 Review
May 31, 2023 §
Moving into the midrange, things got a lot closer. The Sonus Fabers and PSBs both produced an essentially neutral midrange that did not color voices. Both models created good width and, when the music allowed, produced a soundstage that was both expansive laterally and precise. Vocalists that should appear dead center did exactly that. The one difference was that the Sonus Fabers had a slightly more dimensional midband whereas the PSBs could sound a touch flat by comparison. The SFs produced a soundstage that was deeper and more three-dimensional as a result. The upper frequencies were a bit surprising: I actually heard slightly more air and sparkle through the Sonus Fabers than through the PSBs. This may come as a surprise, as the SF contains a soft-dome tweeter and the PSB is equipped with a metal dome.