Ever wanted to see the inside of a high-end speaker manufacturing establishment? Me neither but two reviewers, one from Dagogo and another from SoundStage!, make the trip to Verity Audio's digs and get the full tour. If you're a fan of Verity, this is like touring the Ferrari factory...but in Canada.
Of course, no badmouthing happens when you're in the manufacturer's own house so these articles are more like long advertising bits as the manufacturer goes on and on about what makes them special. In Verity's case, they believe smaller is better. Or, at least, small enough so your wife or GF doesn't leave you. Here's what they say:
Bruno also mentioned how Europe recognizes Verity’s quality right away and appreciates the size; and how the US is starting to realize that size no longer equates to quality.
Of course, bigger speakers mean bigger bass which is why their statement $60k Lohengrin is 60" tall, though their less expensive offerings are tiny relative to other speakers in their price ranges.