Fidelity Music und Hifi, a German Hifi magazine publishes a wonderful test on Enigma mkII
« The Apertura Enigma MkII represents an outstanding value and is easily competitive with speakers costing far more. While it doesn’t surpass the performance of the awe-inspiring Zellaton Stage [US Price 90,000US$], it comes surprisingly close in many sonic attributes. Its imaging, clarity, and coherence are first-rate, and its high sensitivity (95dB) makes it easy to drive. What it lacks in air and extension on the deepest pedal tones, it more than makes up for in lowend coherence with the rest of its range. To surpass its excellent performance, you’ll have to spend a lot more, and may have to sacrifice some consistency, soundstaging, focus, control, and efficiency.
If you are in the market for a superb loudspeaker under $50k, you owe it to yourself to audition the Apertura Enigma MkII. You will very likely surprise yourself—and save a bundle in the process. »