I'm not an audiophile, in the sense that I don't have experience with many expensive audio systems. But I do listen to music and go to concerts regularly. I have been testing the ELAC Debut 2.0 B6.2 for about month, pairing it with a NAD C328. These are my observations. Strengths. It does an excellent job bringing string instruments and vocals to life, particularly acoustic guitars. Those who likes folk music, country, jazz, and vocals, will enjoy these speakers very much. Slow pop music, such as Celine Dion, is very well executed by these speakers too. Overall, the speakers sounds clear and I can actually notice sounds that were invisible to me before. Weaknesses. Well, dance music, such as Salsa, or Rock music don't sound engaging. Part of the reason I think is that middle frequencies are quite forward, while high and low frequencies are more layback. Sometimes it gives the impression that the speakers become overwhelmed with songs that are heavily packed. Conclusion. If you like relaxing and listening to slow/soft/acoustic/jazzy music, these speakers will impress you. If you like to dance and through a party with them, look somewhere else. Also takes into account that these speakers are manufactured in China. Somehow I had the impression they were made in Germany, which actually plays a role on my decision to buy them.