Happy Birthday Brock!!
Type: Posts; User: steveinaz
Happy Birthday Brock!!
I still have yet to hear a speaker play "Red Barchetta" as well as 901's on bridged amps in a large room. Talk about slam. Hate to admit it, but it is the truth. Peart's kick drum just punches you...
From my understanding all versions after Series III have the cloth "v" style surrounds.
As a 901 VI user for 14yrs, your assessment is SPOT ON, IMO.
Go CARDINALS! The Red Sea is rising.
In todays limpdick society, "tell me what you really think" means "tell me what I want to hear."
Agreed, way too HOT on levels.
Rick is getting Carpal Tunnel as we speak......
Passive aggressives make mad, but I don't tell them, I just inject hot sauce in their twinkies.
Can we assume a sick day is in order?
Vishay resistor array. See placettes site for details as I'm not that techie. It's about as clean a volume control that you can buy. great when paired up with a DAC, as your DAC can handle all the...
Excellent video. Younger generations have been robbed, so take in a kid and sit them in front of your system for awhile. They'll be converted in a hurry. I'm the only hi-fi nut in the family, and my...
This is good news, I've said some pretty dumb stuff in the past.
If we lose our post count, we'll have to see who can pee the farthest.
You would think that headphones would really show the weaknesses of lossy tunes?
If someone claims to hear no difference between MP3 and flac, it's probably a waste of your time to point out why they're wrong.
Ocean spiders, nasty!
The treble is smeared, drums are less dynamic, everything is loud in scale. It's almost a broadband static sound.
The "Eagles" greatest hits CD's seem well done as an exception, as well.
Call me crazy, but I have never liked most "Greatest Hits" compilations, and no longer keep them in my music library as they always seem to suck, fidelity wise. I don't know why.
Nazareth "Hair of the Dog" is pretty horrific. Flat, bassless, tinny. It's a good beer coaster. Daughtry's first album is a wreck as well. Talk about "smeared" treble (cymbals barely recognizable as...
I am fortunate that many of my CD's are early presses, pre-dating the loudness wars crap. Many fantastic albums have been destroyed by poor recording/mastering techniques unfortunately. I have bought...