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In this case maybe would be interesting to you test a nice headphone as HifiMan Ananda or Arya, they will offer you a detailed POV of the musical performance that you may like and may be useful to your position as a conductor.Ananda and Arya needs a amp to sound great, but will keep wife happy due no big speaker in the living room, since she dont know its prices
but there's something about how the sound resonates and projects from the live instrument that I can't seem to reproduce.Do you really think it would be difficult to notice which is live vs recorded?
I cant say, as an audiophile who already made lots of mistakes when buying equipment, a few years ago after listening the Carver Amazing I completely abandoned the search for live music fidelity in a room in exchange for the reproduction of a beautiful music sound at home, I have not had anymore disappointments since then. Assembling a system that reproduces a pleasant and beautiful music is much easier than chasing to reproduce all the live music in a room, the search for live music reproduction in home was never achieved until today for being impossible IMO.
I'm still a relatively new guy , to the Hi End audio groups ( about 5-6 years ) ..I attended T.H.E. SHOW in L.A. a couple years back..At THE SHOW, I found my way into the MBL room , where I was "Schooled" on how large a sweet spot can be, and just how accurate a system can sound..When I got home and compared my system with the MBL system, I was very disappointed with how my system reproduced the same music..Most notably would be the Cannon Blast..The MBL system reproduced the Cannon blast extremely well , where as on my system the Cannon blast weren't even close to sounding "REAL".. But, I believe the MBL system I was listening to had a price tag of some where’s around $250,000 to $300,000 ..?!?!
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