Musical fidelity M6i Roksan caspian M2 cdp Atc scm 40s Tellurium Q black speaker cable chord chamelian xlr graham slee novo sennheiser hd598
And deadly for 12000 years is Carbon 14
I promised more insight once I'd listened to 'Fog Electric' a couple more times. I'm still not totally convinced by this album. It is undeniably clever and there are some interesting soundscapes and melodies contained within. I've read reviews that suggest the album sounds like the band Engineers crossed with classic Beach Boys and I can see what they mean in some respects but comparing the harmonies here does Brian Wilson & co a disservice. The vocals on 'Fog Electric' just sound too processed somehow and although the cinematic scope of the overall sound is immersive at times, the album generally lacks sufficient sense of direction. For me, there is something not quite honest about the overall sound and I can't seem to get past this enough. I won't give up on it, but the jury is very much still out.
Rega RP3/Elys 2 >> Cambridge Audio 540P phono stage, Squeezebox Touch >> optical input on Denon RCD-M39DAB >> Q Acoustics 2020i. Beyer Dynamic DT770PRO
Hi Matthew Piano I saw the fog electric cd in HMV today and I nearly bought it I still might
It does have some good qualities, but I've heard so many really cracking new albums lately (or albums new to me) that it slips a long way down the list and its deficiencies are set in rather stark relief. Would be very interested to hear your views if you do buy it.
Now listening to:
whoops thats a bit big good music though. Hi Matthew Piano If I buy I will give a review hopefully I will be able to articulate myself
and now for some thing completley different:)
My son's got that in his car at the moment.
Me, I'm currently watching/listening to this cracking DVD, a real must for SRV fans...
Amplification: Creek Evolution 5350 with Creek Sequel 40 plug in phono stage
Speakers: Epos Elan 30
Sources: Squeezebox Touch - TEAC PD-H300C CDP - PC with Foobar 2000
DAC: Arcam rDAC kw
Turntable: Rega Planar P3 with Ortofon 2M Blue cart on RB300 tonearm
Various bits of wire supplied by Mark Grant and Van Damme
I saw them live at download 2010 fantastic new album out soon
Hi-Fi: Arcam A85, P85, CD192. B&W 602S3, PV1, Grado SR125, Atlas Titan, Hyper 2.0.
A/V: Sony KDL-V40A12U, BDP-S760, Humax Youview, Onkyo TX-SR875, B&W MT30 7.1, QED HDMI-P, S.A XT
A bit of robert plant on sunday morning nice
© 2013 Haymarket Publishing