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Stereotimes iistener says the Mola-Mola amps almost came up to the sound of the $55K Swiss made Solution 700 mono amps. That is not too shabby.http://www.stereotimes.com/commGTTAudio.shtml
RclarkI own a pair of Veritas by Merrill Audio (and for the pains in the *** NO, I HAVE NO FINANCIAL INTEREST OR COMPENSATION WITH MERRILL AUDIO, WE ARE IN THE SAME AUDIO CLUB WITH 70 OTHERS). Even though I own the Veritas I have thought about buying the Mola-Mola when it came out. However at around $15,000, it is over 65% more expansive then the Veritas. So for me the Mola-Mola would have to not just sound a little better but A LOT BETTER then the Veritas. Now if the Mola-Mola were to sound SO MUCH BETTER, well now I would have to start saving my pennies. But I do not expect that as the Veritas is an exceptional sounding amp based on the same tech. So I expect the two amps to be close in sound quality. Regardless I plan on hearing the Mola-Mola ha ha, as you never know untill you check it out for yourself.
Stereotimes iistener says the Mola-Mola amps almost came up to the sound of the $55K Swiss made Solution 700 mono amps...http://www.stereotimes.com/commGTTAudio.shtml
...Unfortunately, the illusion of the Mola Mola sounding as magnificent as the big Soulution gear didn't happen. I was somewhat surprised at how much better the Soulution rendered high-frequency resolution in particular. Cymbals had a fabric that was much closer to the real thing...
I'm not at all surprised when something outperforms something else 1/5 the cost.
Especially when listening with your eyes open and the price tag in your head...
Has stereotimes.com's CP ever posted a negative review?
Very cool to see the Ncore once again aquit itself against more expensive stuff, this time a lot lot lot lot more expensive, and in print.
Right, because the Ncore fanboys are completely objective and impervious to hype or gaudy cnc'd audio jewelry. I can't wait for the usual suspects to attack anyone who posts less than glowingly favorable comments about the Mola Mola.
My comment had absolutely nothing to do with either ncore or Mola Mola, it was purely a reflection on subjective "reviews" in general.Anyway, your comment is an interesting example of a pre-emptive ad hominem attack. Are you saying that you have run out of fact-based and reasonable arguments before the discussion has even started, and thus feel the need to attack any prospective comments in advance?
Come on, I was just having some fun.
When the ncores are preferred to another amp, it's because they are a superior design ( obviously) ... when a more expensive amp is preferred, it is merely a case of perception bias related to the stratospheric price and exotic appearance of the other amp. Very convenient.
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