Acoustic Signature Maximus Neo Review

October 13, 2021 § Leave a comment

As you can see in the frequency diagram (see technical details), the MCX2 has a slight frequency drop towards the higher registers. This only resulted in a minimally sonorous, velvety timbre, without sacrificing resolution or transparency. But think of this in the context of the energetically dense and robust playback of the turntable, with its precisely staggered spatial representation oriented towards the front edge of the stage. The MC pickup then probably has exactly the right tuning, as it counteracts overpresence and foregrounding.

Thus, the Acoustic Signature Maximus Neo has what it takes to offer an irresistible and convincing performance with its captivating intensity. Analog fans should therefore have more than a small soft spot in their hearts for this little, hard rock.

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