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Competitive with much more expensive DACs, per the review. Celentano Member Jan 22, Joined Sep 2, Messages 8 Likes 0. Ye, that is really impressive Joined Jun 22, Posts 3, Likes Quote: dammit.. Joined Jul 14, Posts Likes Yeah, it's typical for stereophile. I don't know, I think the and are pretty close, but I still prefer the Bye Redwoood. Joined Jun 26, Posts 6, Likes That review is from February, DarkAngel DarkAngel's a man, baby!
Joined Aug 22, Posts 7, Likes This article by Wes Phillips should be noted by owners of Senn HD which are giant killers at their price, but the HD is noticeably superior and able to resolve even finer detail. If you like Wes Phillips he has his own review site at www. Joined Jun 20, Posts 4, Likes Joined Aug 2, Posts 5, Likes That's the first time I've seen that.
I'm very pleased. I respect Stereophile for their unwaveringly snobbish attitude and their strict aherence to testing ludicriously unaffordably priced products - and really damn glad that for once in my life I can say I broke into "Class A". Now, I can retire. Joined Jul 29, Posts Likes Quote: Originally posted by chadbang That's the first time I've seen that. Mike Walker Doesn't pull punches.
Joined Jun 25, Posts Likes I quote from the review " heard a pair at Sennheiser's factory in Wedemark and was stunned by their lowered noise floor, impressive gains in perceived bass response, and a sense of air and sparkle that the regular HDs had never quite achieved". If you can read the above and believe that Wes Phillips has ANY understanding of how the hell headphones let alone other equipment work, then you deserve the consequences!
Dynamic headphones are purely passive devices. Boy that review is gonna piss of a lot of snobs. Thats a good review right? The audiophile community has embraced this combination at various points over the past sixty years but the explosive growth of Drive them with a cheap receiver, or even expensive analytical sounding amplifier and you will find very little joy with them. A future classic. KEW Audioholic Overlord. Last edited: Apr 11, KEW said:.
The may be weak for some especially demanding speaker, but for the rpm you will never come close to pushing it beyond its limits! Don't buy the BS! Reclaim your joy!!! Mine is not? Finally a review. Jon AA Audioholic. While one could say "waveguide" is a better technical term to describe what's on this speaker for those hung up on semantics because it has a dome tweeter, not a compression driver he's wrong about all the reasons. And he perpetuates the audiophile myth that "horns are shouty" that was, to be fair, based in some reality of very bad designs in years past that did sound "shouty".
Jon AA said:. The transducer isn't what determines an acoustic loading device to be a horn or a waveguide. You could use a dome or compression driver or ribbon tweeter or even a plasma tweeter in either a horn or a waveguide, it doesn't matter. Klipsch's hybrid tractrix waveguide is very much a waveguide as well as a horn. This makes sense to me.
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