I'd been waiting for this thread to surface.

it appears that the recipe for success that Harman achieved in mass quantity via exclusive manufacturing in Chinese buildhouses, is to be duplicated by the Audiofrog if not as closely as possible, then to some extent parallels can be drawn...

and no doubt, if the owner of Audiofrog says the flagship 6.5" midrange is a smoother playing 660Gti, it presses me against a window of want, drool droplets left for the CSI crews to come as I prepare myself, as I plot and plan...

haha, uh, sorry. Got a little carried away there.

So what exactly did the Harman design team leave on the table, that Audiofrog was able to make use of, what did they maximize in their lot of variables that cost controls loosened up, allowed?

Are the frogs durable, can they withstand the sheer brutality of over-powering that the Gti line is known for?

Seems like the hanging chad in the room, is how closely duplicated can you arrive to market before your former employers sink a retainer fee check in the slot at the patent infringement offices...

but with a completely new tooling on the basket and other nonpareils, safe to assume the economies of scale are in AF's favor and Andy spent time overseas with productive results in the end.

The JBL that I thought built some of the most desirable drivers in the world being improved upon by a former Harman man, makes this GB 60 driver a much higher rank on a competitor listing if indications of 670Gti is a direction, towards the bean counters and away from the state of the art.