The ATP is lumpy sounding, though. It's also a pain in the ass to mount with the way the white stylus housing prevents you from using a screw that are too long. I got mine for like $60 each, but the extra mid/upper bass and the emphasized upper midrange harmonics (female vocal range) get to be a bit much at times. The bass is mighty tight on that thing, but the NCE seems more neutral and tracks better. The ATP sounds particularly awful on the Xone 62. There's no high frequency extension at all and they're real midrangey. They weren't too bad on the 5000fx, with fantastic low end, but that lumpy sound just wasn't even enough. I need to get some 14mm screws and get them ready for the PPD9000.
Heh heh, or just cut them with wire cutters. That was easy.
Last edited by Reticuli : 08-29-2006 at 04:09 AM.