According to several audio video magazines, the numbers that we should look for is the frequenzy response which should give us an indication of the bandwidth that a speaker can reach. However, after analyzing several known brands, the frequency response does not tell us which speaker is smooth or warm sounding. What i meant for warm is that the highs are not sharp and the midrange is smooth. In short, what im referring to are speakers which will not give the listeners some listening fatigue. In my several years of being in this hobby, there is only one brand that i have auditioned (SONUS FABER) which gives this warm sound that im looking for. However, i have to empty my bank account just to have these expensive brand of speaker. My first question is, are there speakers in the market which can compete with the warmness of the Sonus Fabers which are not that expensive? 2nd what number in the specification should i look for to be able to spot a warm sounding speaker. Your comments will be greatly appreciated.