What can you say about studio monitors, either they sound great or they do not, I am often asked to describe the sound of some speakers or some other piece of audio equipment and I usually decline to do so. One man's meat etc. To my Ears these Questeds sound great, in fact I am listening to them now. If you are interested I suggest you visit us in Bedford to listen to them
One old time producer once told me that he often receives eMails from various audiophiles asking him what equipment he used on a particular track he recorded in the 60's or 70's, he tells them he used what was there. It is only in recent years that engineers started using external Mic Pre-Amps and EQ, in those days all consoles came with Mic Amps and equalizers built in.
Sorry I have gone off track, these Questeds are great !
One more thing however : in the 1970's Roger Quested was the studio manager at Dick James Music London, co publisher for the Beatles and he was designing Dick's new studio but he could not find a decent pair of speakers to suit the room. At the time we were advertising a pair of Tannoy Dreadnoughts so he asked to borrow them to see if they would suit, they were awful, I love Tannoys but they definitely cocked up with these, they had the standard 15" Tannoy Dual concentric driver (fantastic) but with 2 x 15" bass drivers. (well over the top), as a result Roger decided to make his own speakers which were superb, so good that he started a company manufacturing studio monitors for many of the top studios around the world.