Hello guys. Have you ever heard of ambiophonics? Basically it's a different technology to reproduce the real ambience present in recordings and recreating a real soundstage, much better than stereophony can do. You can read a better explanation here http://www.ambiophonics.org/Tutorials/HowGood_1.html and here http://www.ambiophonics.org/Tutorials/UnderstandingAmbiophonics.html . It's a lot to read but it pays off. I have bought a b&w zeppelin wireless for the bedroom, which doesn't have a good acoustic for sure. I didn't want something big because i already have too much cables around, and had read good reviews about it. I thought that for audiophile listening i already had my headphone rig, so why not. Then, having read in the past about ambio, and given that the sterephony of those all in one small wireless speaker is notoriously bad (but their speaker arrangement with small spacing is ideal for ambio), i decided to give it a try. Well, i encourage you all to try with your system. I'm enjoying a 6-7 meter sound stage out of a 60 cm box basically. Clarity is increased. Instruments are super separated. The voices and music are almost real. The system sound really awesome and has almost headphone clarity. I can't imagine how this will sound on a serious listening system. All you need is the ambio one plugin on your pc or use neutron music player if you stream from android. No need to buy other fancy gear, and if you setup it correctly it will probably be one of the biggest upgrades to the sound of your system, for free. I would love to hear your impressions.