Neat Acoustics Motive 2 Floorstanding Speakers

5/5 (2 Reviews) MSRP : $1600.00


Product Description

Neat weave thier magic again,no thrills,no boom n tizz boxes,just pure sweet unadulterated music,burst forth from these wonderful little speakers.

For a floorstander,they take up remarkably small amounts of real estate,and look very cute,are come beautifully built in real wood finishes,to suit al types of home decors.

So,they look good,and they sound good too,stick a Naim,Sonneteer,or Exposure amp on the little babies and they will truly sing,the soundstage is huge,but what is pe¡resented before you is realxed,polite and thoroughly engaging,bass is well balanced,with no booming or sloppy bottom end,midrange,is laid back and polite,so the music isn't forced upon you in a unatural way,and the treble isn't obvious,it just sounds sweet,and gets on with the job,this is a music lovers speaker,not a speaker to impress the nieghbours or the local boy racers brigade,sit back,enjoy,and let the sound of the motives captivate you!!


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Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by Alwyn a AudioPhile

Date Reviewed: November 23, 2009

Bottom Line:   
I auditioned this speaker almost 2 years ago and I was amazed of what it can do. I honestly never heard a speaker that can goes well with almost every music I play. It can go well with soft vocal jazz, classic, and can also present most of the modern rock and even techno music.
Most of the audiophile speakers I've heard always specialized to play with soft jazz music and for me it sounds boring. Sure I listened to soft jazz sometimes, but I still want to play Journey, Guns N' Roses, Ne-Yo, etc on my system and it won't feel "RIGHT" if plays with speakers like Totem, ATC, PMC, etc.
My other equipments are : Denon DVD 2900 Universal Player, and NVA AP 50 (modified) integrated amp
Bottom line is..this speaker suits me well and I'm not thinking to look for another at least on the next 5 yrs to come !

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Used product for:   1 to 3 months

Duration Product Used:   AudioPhile

Product model year:   2008



Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by bubbles a Audio Enthusiast

Date Reviewed: January 30, 2007

Bottom Line:   
Description: Neat weave thier magic again,no thrills,no boom n tizz boxes,just pure sweet unadulterated music,burst forth from these wonderful little speakers.

For a floorstander,they take up remarkably small amounts of real estate,and look very cute,are come beautifully built in real wood finishes,to suit al types of home decors.

So,they look good,and they sound good too,stick a Naim,Sonneteer,or Exposure amp on the little babies and they will truly sing,the soundstage is huge,but what is pe¡resented before you is realxed,polite and thoroughly engaging,bass is well balanced,with no booming or sloppy bottom end,midrange,is laid back and polite,so the music isn't forced upon you in a unatural way,and the treble isn't obvious,it just sounds sweet,and gets on with the job,this is a music lovers speaker,not a speaker to impress the nieghbours or the local boy racers brigade,sit back,enjoy,and let the sound of the motives captivate you!!

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Used product for:   3 Months to 1 year

Duration Product Used:   Audio Enthusiast

Product model year:   2006




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