- Mar 22, 2021
Fake maybe too strong a word - but this is a good example of why you cannot rely on these subjective reviewers. Most of them have absolutely no knowledge, very little worthwhile experience, and some of them are corrupt too.These SoundArtist LS3/5a have had quite a number of reviews (mostly/nearly all positive), and in all the reviews they've been positioned as a budget LS3/5a. And in many of the reviews they have been compared to the other, more expensive, modern replicas.
Please don't read this as me defending the speakers - they are junk. I sent them to Amir because I was so disappointed with them, and wanted some objective measures to either validate my hunch, and hopefully steer other people away from these speakers.
That said, I'm not sure if they should be called fake. Because most subjective reviewers find them relatively similar to other LS3/5a models.
Found this Soundartist review https://futureaudiophile.com/soundartist-ls3-5a-loudspeaker-review/ which is full of factual inaccuracies, should be a red light right away.
He prefers the knock-off to the licensed Falcon version because 'midrange'. Might as well just stop someone on the street and ask them.