Vintage of 1953, self employed, been in audio since 1970, now professionally involved in audio
My Audio System
A slew of vintage 1978-1980 Marantz amps, preamps and power amps, Karan Acoustics KA-i180, B&M Acoustics 1041 monitor loudspeakers, AR 94 loudspeakers, JBL Ti 600 loudspeakers, Marantz ST 6000 tuner, Sony ST-3950 tuner (1976), Yamaha CDX 993 CD player, Real Time external DAC, van den Hul and Neotech cabling all around, DeZorel/DDM power conditioner, etc. Three family members, three rooms, three systems, plus considerable stock in the cupboards.
I didn't actually move anywhere, but was really busy sunup to midnight over the last year and a half. My only consolation is that it appears to have borne fruit, but I'll know for sure in about a month's time.
In the meanwhile, I have NOT received any messages from you, rest assured I make it a strict point to answer EACH AND EVERY personal message I receive. May not be the same day,
Well, it's been over a year now that I have had all three versions of my headphone amps (bipolar, FET/MOSFET and tube). I have spent most of that time seriously auditioning them, and as a pure bonus, enjoying my collection of cans. My Senns 595 have been replaced with the new model, 598, and I must say, I for one am very happy with what Sennheiser did to them - a clear upgrade over the old version
You may want to talk to the gentlemen from Korato, at http://www.korato.com/korato.php?lng=eng&page=10 .
They both design and sell their own products, and represent several world class companies on the local market (B&W, Rotel, Thorens, Focal, Audio Note, van den Hul, etc). They are the oldest audio company in Serbia and are a very stable source. The phrase "rock solid" comes to mind.
A good post overall, although I must admit I am by default sceptical towards canned happiness no matter what it's said to do.
Personally, I use traditional methods, like warm water and kitchen degreasers, but this will be a problem for trim pots and pots in general. Not to me, because I go through the routine only when refreshing a piece of vintage gear, when one of my jobs will be to exchange th
As an old timer in all this, having started my audio life in 1966 at a ripe age of just 13, I have crossed paths with Mr Borbely's work on several occasions. I now state a simple fact - he has never left me disappointed, even if my own tastes are somewhat different from his.
This new product seems to be an exciting one. While I have no doubt it will be at least a cut, and probably more, above its ...