The Audio Beat's Paul Bolin on WBSNYC at CES 2012: Large-Scaled and Bold with Deep, Tight Bass

"Wes Bender Studio NYC assembled a fine-sounding system...The sound here was large-scaled and bold, with deep, tight bass and a smooth, extended top." The Audio Beat's Paul Bolin said in his CES 2012 write-up.  While in the room, Paul played his own Coma Divine CD and played Porcupine Tree's live "Radioactive Toy" and found it "exceedingly spacious, well sorted and powerful, as were the Driscoll/Auger track and the classic "St. James’ Infirmary" from the Louis Armstrong Plays King Oliver LP. This system had a physicality and image density that were very habituating."