REL T7I SUBWOOFER $999 REVIEW

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“For classical music listeners, the most immediate rewards come in the form of ambient information. A prime example would be the LP of the Copland Fanfare [Dallas, Johanos: Analogue Productions], which depends on the explosive kettledrums and trombones to establish the majesty of the piece. Take the REL out of the system, and the cavernous, immersive soundstage becomes a narrower, more generic space.”

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Campfire (ALO) Audio Andromeda Review – Video

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GamuT Audio’s RS3i $19,900 REVIEWS

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I remain adamant there is no such thing as a universally “best speaker” since listener preferences, upstream equipment, and room acoustics all weigh into the equation. Taking those variables into account in my own case, I have not yet encountered another speaker that achieves such a Goldilocks-like “just right” balance for my own sonic preferences. RS3s offer a perfect combination of detail, soundstaging, speed, realism, and overall musicality. It’s a fantastic achievement.”

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ONKYO DP-X1 PORTABLE MUSIC PLAYER $899 REVIEW

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“When I compared MQA conversions of my own recordings with the originals, on some headphones I could not discern any sonic differences, but on those headphones and in-ears that I currently use for reference, such as the Ultimate Ears RR and Mr. Speakers Ether C, I could hear the improved resolution. For me the improvements manifested by the MQA-encoded files were in soundstage specificity, image placement, and low-level detail”

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BeatsX wireless headphones Review – Video

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Range Rover Autobiography Meridian Signature Reference System Review – Video

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ADVANCED ACOUSTICWERKES NEBULA ONE REVIEW

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“Treble on the Nebula One is a bit of a mixed experience. On the one hand, it isn’t overly harsh, forward, or to too strident but on the other hand, it can sound a little too brittle and thin, especially in the lower treble response. Cymbal and percussion work doesn’t have a really natural timbre though I would not describe them as splashy or peaky sounding, just lacking in body.”

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