Summary: These speakers are incredible- crisp and clear, you will hear things you never heard before. I use mine in a home office, powered by a Qinpu A-6000 MKII. Caution- You will most likely want a smaller subwoofer to match these speakers- you get almost no bass out of them. I use the Yamaha NS-SW210BL Advanced YST II Subwoofer- which is a perfect compliment. It is probably a bit too big, but paired up, this system sounds amazing.
Summary: Great sound in a small package. I have them setup with the related Audioengine amp and DAC. While not an audiophile per se, I'm discerning about my music and appreciate the sound quality of these speakers. I have them on my fireplace mantle, and the whole setup to drive them is hidden behind a mantle clock. Very unobtrusive and the bamboo finish looks nice in the living room. No problem filling the space with these powerful speakers.
Surreal experience. One tiny, unbelievable pair of speakers.
Joshua P. Jung "jjung", Amazon
9 November 2013
Summary: These speakers could not be better. The clarity is perfect. I debated whether a product that already had a perfect 5 star rating from 15 people deserved another 5 stars, but I just cannot contain myself. The engineers who built these things deserve serious recognition. Also, one important note: I own both the Bamboo and non-Bamboo versions of the P4 speakers... and let me tell you the Bamboo ones sound twice as good and are absolutely worth the extra $100.
Summary: Clear, transparent and fairly accurate sound in a very compact box. Roughly Fibonacci box dimensions for golden ratio lovers. Got the Tripathi hybrid / module in a separate piece, thus the P4, which saved some money over the integrated amp version. Not as chic and minimalist as the integrated amp model, but nice to have an easy-to-reach analog pot to control the level. Have never tried them on anything other than a Tripathi based amp.