Here are some previously published reviews of the Carver Amazing Loudspeakers, in addition to the Audio Critic's review posted above. I don't know if you can locate them through Google or other search means-- some sources might be traceable, others might be long-gone (Stereo Review magazine's review, for instance) - but here are the title and authors, with issue numbers if they were mentioned:
A Review of the amazing Loudspeaer, Platinum Edition; Alvin Foster, Ph.D., from "Journal of the Boston Audio Society" (The BAS Speaker) Vol 18, Issue 1.
Carver's Amazing Platinum Mark IV Speakers and Carver's Hologram: A Review, by Les Leventhal, Ph.D., in Journal of the Boston Audio Society's "The BAS Speaker" - from a "preprint" written for the JBAS
Carver Amazing - Silver Edition, by Karl Nehring, in "The Sensible Sound" magazine, S[pring, 1990 issue.
The Carver Amazing Loudspeaker, by Joe Cierniak, "Sound Off" publication, distributed to overseas military personnel.
Carver "Amazing Loudspeaker" (Platinum Mk II Edition), by Peter Aczel, "The Audio Critic", Summer through Winter 1989-1990, No. 14
Carver "Amazing Loudspeaker", by Peter Aczel, from "The Audio Critic", Winter/Spring 1988, No. 11
A Special Test Report: Carver's Amazing Loudspeaker, by Julian Hirsch, from "Stereo Review", December 1986
Too often we enjoy the comfort of opinion without the discomfort of thought -- JFK
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