Like a veil being lifted.
You can be arrested for that - I don't recommend it
"The optimist proclaims that we live in the best of all possible worlds - the pessimist fears this is true."
James Branch Cabell
MAIN: Apple TV2 & iTunes Match, CA Azur 751BD or Panasonic P42V20B into audiolab M-DAC, feeding a Primare A34.2 via XLRs, 2x 5m of Atlas Ascent 2 firing up Totem Arros.
ON THE HOOF: iPhone 4GS/Sennheiser MM450.
"Flabby overblown bass"
"The metal tweeters give a metallic edge..."
"The silk domes lend a silky smoothness to..."
"Valve amps have a warm presentation..."
"The speaker cabinets - made of dark chocolate - made them sound smooth with a slightly dark, bitter edge..."
... and so on.
I dread to think what makes a system sound 'organic'. Bull**** maybe?
Had no idea about the dark chocolate, my system needs a treble lift...should I paint my shelf white?
Denon DNP-720AE network streamer, Mordaunt Short Mezzo 6, Cayin A-55 T, Technics-SLQ210, Denon DP-29F turntable, 540p, Dac-magic, Marantz 5004CD and 6025 Turntable, Mac ,Pure AV interconnects, QED Revelation speaker cables, QED Performance interconnects.
Akg K702, Grado SR60i, UE Triple-fi, Musical Fidelity X-cans, HRT Music Streamer 2+
So, without these 'Cliches', how do you expect to describe a system, item or affect on a system, interstingly or to make any sence . . . you are putting down the wonderful coulour of the English language.
I, may not be mutch cop at it, but I do love the 'expresion' of those that are.
. . . take it with a pinch of salt and enjoy! . . . CJSF
it was just for fun
I know where you are comming from moon . . . I did say, 'take it with a pinch of salt . . . '
Sadly, feelings can run high in the world of hifi . . . we do like to stire the pudding
Rega P5/PB700 (upgraded main bearing, white drive belt), Sumiko Celebration Pearwood Signature cartridge, Carver MCt, Croft Integrated Valve hybrid amp, PMC LB1's on Foundation Designer Stands, Rega Apollo CDp. Cables: speaker, Linn K20, Interconnect, Foundation Audio Special.
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