Gold Note Mediterraneo Turntable $6375 Review

July 23, 2019 § Leave a comment

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“Using the Mediterraneo ‘table, I was treated to the deep, sonorous string tone that was one of the highlights of the Lyrita catalog. Trust me folks, strings are done right here, and the Gold Note Mediterraneo/C7 setup gets it. Also, while the clarinet is mildly highlighted, extending ever so slightly forward in the soundstage, it never overpowers the strings that back it.

If you’re in a truly hedonistic mood, do check out the “Eclogue for Piano and Strings” on side two of this album. To me, the Eclogue is near the pinnacle of 20th-century string composition, as it’s just achingly beautiful. When played back through the Gold Note deck, I tend to get the sniffles by the end. The lush string tone and subtle shift in”

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