I think I would like to have the MCR603 with the zensor 1 speakers, but people are saying the bass sound is not really good enough, is this true as it did get a 5 star review with nothing against it regarding sound quality, so is the bass sound say perfectly fine for say 80% of people etc ?
no, if somebody want's to buy my speakers and i can afford it, i will get me a set of Boston Acoustics A26 (20% of price) or Monitor Audio BX2 because the bass is not powerfull enough
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I wouldn't say they don't have enough basses, they play what is given to them IMHO. Zensor just do not make more basses.
But that's what most people want, a little more basses then there is in songs (for example, that's why they master audio CD with more basses, cannot tell you example but there ARE CDs like from 20 years ago and now, the same album, different sound).
for example, headphones - Koss Porta Pro. Good headphones but comparing to Sennheiser PX-100, Portas has more basses, which will hide some details you will hear with PX-100.
And that's why Zensors get a good reviews, they are good, but doesn't mean 5/5 for everyone!
Forget what other people say and go and audition some. Hi-fi is such a personal thing. If you go to Richer Sounds you can compare others in the same price bracket.
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