'Suspension of Disbelief' is a term used to describe the relationship between art and the beholder.
When the beholder - say, a movie-goer - is unhindered by distractions such as performance flaws, plot holes or less-than-convincing acting, the viewer begins to believe that they are experiencing something which is real.
If the performer can create such a setting, the result is an utterly captivated audience for whom time has no meaning.
In audio, we know we have accomplished this when the listener ceases to shift about in their chair, scrutinizing the entire experience. Instead, they relax, close their eyes and forget where they are. They are drawn into the musical experience.
We feel we have accomplished this with the LSA1 Monitors.
The LSA1's offer explosively dynamic musical performance, the likes of which is rare even among the finest monitor speakers.
The silk dome tweeter and treated paper mid-bass driver operate in their optimal ranges, resulting in an unstrained, airy performance that listeners can enjoy for extended sessions.
The LSA1's convey vocals and instruments with the startling realism one might expect from a speaker costing two or three times their price. The effect is an emotionally involving musical experience.
Or, you could call it believable.