TRIANGLE ESPRIT AUSTRALE EZ FLOORSTANDING LOUDSPEAKER REVIEW

November 10, 2018 § Leave a comment

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“A modern loudspeaker needs to be good when the sound is good and when it is bad because a lot of modern recordings leave a lot to be desired. The Australe EZ does this exceptionally well, coping with the compression of modern music as well as it does with the open dynamics of outstanding recordings. It doesn’t make compressed recordings any easier on the ear; Metallica’s Death Magnetic[Vertigo] really hasn’t got any nicer over the intervening decade, and the Australe EZ doesn’t hide the pain, but it makes it slightly less aggressively thin. However, well recorded music – such as Buddy Guy’s Damn Right, I’ve Got The Blues[Silvertone] – is performed with sparkle and energy, just like it did the first time I heard it 27 years ago. “

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