Hi, folks. Last night, I sort of wondered about the definition of accurate loudspeakers. Because my recent experience with Signature and Nautilus range of speakers shows that even they're the same brand - B&W, their sonic characteristics are quite different from each other. And this makes me wonder which accurate speakers really are... I believe 'accurate' speakers should not colour sound. They should produce what is recorded in source materials without any brand-specific tastes/colour. Thus they should be very revealing. Folks, in your opinion.. what are accurate speakers. Are B&W Nautilus or Signature accurate speakers ? There are many brands of loudspakers. Dynaudio, Thiel, Wilson Audio, M&K, KEF, Mission, Paradigm, NHT, Sonus Faber....etc...etc.. Let's hear your opinions, folks!