Was I unfriendly in questioning your statement? Unless you feel that there is no room for discussion when it comes to your conclusions. If electronic music is irrelevant to "tonality, timbre & harmonics", are we assuming that all Harbeth listeners listen soley to acoustic music? If not, how did you decide that the Harbeth trounces the B & W on all counts?
My point is, how does one come to an informed opinion regarding how accurately Speaker A/B reproduces harmonics. Are we really able to "hear" the harmonics? It is enough to say that one prefers a Harbeth over another make, I personally feel it is unfair to make comparisons to other speakers based on one's very subjective aural impressions.
Yes Keith you are right - on with the programme.