Mytek Brooklyn DAC / Preamp Review

December 21, 2016 § Leave a comment

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“I’m a fan of big band music, and Gordon Goodwin’s Big Phat Band is right in my wheelhouse. the track Sing Sang Sung from the album Swingin’ for the Fences, is a stalwart in my playlists. Great music, great musicians, great sound quality. It’s the trifecta about which audiophiles have always dreamed. Pressurizing the room right from the start, the drums are big and bold. The horn section enters, no less bold shortly thereafter. An elegant soprano sax enters the track, seemingly floating through the air. All of this sounds big and loud, but incredibly realistic. Attention kids, this is what real instruments sound like. The soundstage of this track through the Mytek Brooklyn is smack in the middle of the speakers both right to left and front to back. There is a nice sense of height though, especially when the soprano sax comes in toward the middle of the track. Height can be elusive in an audio system and it’s great to hear this from the $1,995 Brooklyn. ”




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