Nordost QKore Grounding System

July 9, 2018 § Leave a comment

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“Even bass was improved by the QKore. Bass, let’s face it, is probably the most difficult sonic region to produce faithfully. One of the most treacherous aspects, I think, is pitch stability in the nether areas. It’s easy to hear when a loudspeaker begins to compress or wobble on lower-octave notes. On some of my favorite Maurice André recordings on Erato of trumpet and organ, for instance, you simply hear greater air around the deep organ notes and more focused pitches. On Leonard Cohen’s final album You Want It Darker, the depth and refulgence and sonority of the bass adds immense dimensionality to the proceedings.”

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