They have not moved away from ceramic material, the ceramic is reserved for their heigher end speakers like the Reference series, A, B and c Series. Vento sits below them, hence no “exotic” ceramic.My interest in Canton is that it is one of the rare brand still placing the mid-range above the tweeter in some of their floor stander speakers.
The BR port located in the speaker foot is also a nice feature.
Now that they have moved away from ceramic material for the woofer and midrange drivers, I have to wait for them to change the tweeter unit (still a ceramic one) that brings this awful distortion.
Then may be I will buy the new Canton Vento 100
I had the ventos and reference 7k, the sound always felt like it originated from the tweeter axis on them if listening height is what you is interesting for you.
Again, the guys who complains that the distortion is audible here has never heard it in person, and they both haven’t owned more than two speakers in their life to know a real world perspective! I never could hear anything despite loud volume levels.