I don't usually do reviews unless I see a need for them. And Those Adams definitely need one. All the reviews I see out there are from the deaf pro people which they can tell you nothing about how they actually sound except that they're neutral (and mostly they are). They have a lot of tone controls so discussing the treble and bass balance is kinda meaningless. So my review is mainly about the other technical stuff. The setup: normal PC > Spotify premium > EQ APO manual room bass correction > DAC section (using its volume control) of the monoprice THX desktop SE out > speakers 2ft away from the front wall, 6ft from the side walls, 4.5ft from each other and listening 7 feet away > toed in till the tweeters beaming to my shoulders > the room has decent treatments. All the speakers tone controls were at 0 (default) and I applied 2dB bass shelf below 150hz beside the room bass corrections. I tried listening to them closer than 7ft but the tweeters were too intense. I don't own speakers in that price range so idk how they stack up, my reference is my other high end headphones so my judgments can be harsh and unfair in some areas. The bass after EQ is slightly warm (~1dB) and is really tight with decent punch and resolution. The attacks are little soft tho, percussive instruments are not that great. They go flat to 50hz in my room and then super sharp roll off after that. The mids are neutral albeit with slight lean nature. The highs are very detailed and neutral except the air region seems exaggerated slightly. The attacks are very soft and fake sounding. The decay is exaggerated maybe?. Macro dynamics are breath taking with the tweeters! but kinda poor with the woofer... The presentation is forward, it means the soundtage depth can start 1 foot from your face on the most forward tracks and sounds, the tweeters' range sounds. But most of the time the sound is within 1 foot radius from the speakers. The soundstage width is limited between the speakers, the height is fair for their size, the depth is crazy!, it's like 8ft of layering!. The imaging is meh. Honestly. I tried multiple speakers and listening positions and it's meh at best and garbage without sharp toe in. It's blurry and lacks borders definition. And that's not the biggest problem here, the biggest problem is the incoherent overall presentation. The tweeters call a lot of attention to themselves and have far superior resolution and dynamics to the woofers but with worse timbre. That's most evident with the midrange. Idk if they're suited for pro use, I am not a pro. But for the home stereo listening I can't recommend them. They're really incoherent.