E.A.T. E-Glo I integrated amplifier $9995 Review

December 28, 2020 § Leave a comment

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I hope JA’s measurements reveal low levels of distortion, because that’s the subjective impression I had. The E.A.T. allowed me to hear all the way “to the moon on gossamer wings,” as Sinatra sang (footnote 3).

The E.A.T.’s reconstruction of Antal Doráti leading the Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra performing Iberia/Interlude and Dance No.1 La Vida Breve (LP, 1958 Mercury Living Presence SR90007) provided a similar perspective. Iberia played with scary, almost violent dynamics. Instruments were presented with good textural shading and were extremely well layered in the large soundstage.

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