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You never know if the price will be increased for this speaker soon. Once that happens, there is going to be a mad scramble and whole new perspectives to discussions
Hari, a Stereophile reviewer has made that statement. So I don't think anybody on this forum can answer that question. And this comes from the magazine that you regard highly and consider is objective in its review
In the past too, a Stereophile reviewer found the Trishna to be the best in the sub USD 5000 category. Also Art Dudley, one of Stereophiles most respected reviewers has praised the Saadhanas very highly.
Hari, the Bhava has a built in bass module with its own amplifier. So do all Rethm models. Some of them have active crossover and some passive. In all models, the full range unit operates with no cutting of the bass while the bass module just fills the lower octave. So technically none of them are single drivers in the true sense of that word. For measurements you need to check with Stereophile and see if they provide you with any.