They will. I've had my pair for 6 months now and I absolutely love them. Best buy of the year for me by a long chalk, and now at that price unbelievable value.
NVA has always believed in starting low in the range and building up through trade in as you get more confident of the products and the company. There is a lot more the others do, but the same in character or lack of, just *more* weight, size, clarity, image, bass = more real.
I intend to make our speakers a market leader in quality / price. Get in early get the bargains.
No wadding, No crossover, Doped drivers so crossover redundant, just protection cap on tweeter. Lined acrylic cases. Acoustic suspension / infinite baffle. Near or on wall placement. Easy to tune to the room. Have NO preference in music types as they have no character, they just play the music given to them. Lowest in room audible distortion of ANY other speaker made, because it is so simple but balanced. It just gets out of the way of the music, what ever it is.
So the Cubette is here to make it as easy as possible to get the point, as they say, because once you do you wont change back, read the reviews. Though you will need a wall to work off if you want full benefit, the only return has been because of that.
I believe I've identified the problem with this nva kit
With hifi we're used to listening to the sound, analysing and justifying the kit.
I haven't been listening. I've been enjoying.
AND I CHALLENGE ANYONE TO PROVE ME WRONG. The design is musically way ahead of anything else out there that I have heard in nearly 50 years of listening to hi-fi and pro speakers. The latest changes to the design in new tweeter that I rebuild and the cabinet now being thinner acrylic and then ceramic lined has taken the design forward, not enough to change for the sake of it as the old ones were special as well. BUT now they are a little bit more special.
Congratulation on a great range of speakers Doc.
Simplicity, getting out of the way of the music, not throwing more and more nonsense at problems that shouldn't be there in the first place.