November 19, 2016 § Leave a comment

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“When I paired this model with the Focal Elear ($999) and my Cowon Plenue M used as a DAC ($899) I’d experienced one of those “Hifi Moments” we audiophiles hunt for years to find. In the track titled In my Fathers House, by an artist called Eric Bibb, album titled Spirit & The Blues…I remembered why I was an audiophile for the first time all year. Of course, after using the Burson, I had swapped to a much more expensive amp to re-experience it, but what is important here is that it started on the Soloist MK2 first. There is a specific point in this track where a new, secondary artist sings into only the stereo-left channel, which caused me to literally jerk my head to the side to see if someone was standing beside me trying to speak to me suddenly.



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