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GREAT pics SET Man! If I may ask, what camera are you using as those pics look great! Finished posting my coverage at www.enjoythemusic.com/new_york_audio_av_2013/
Why are these being ignored by every forum and blog? These sounded wonderful and are affordable!http://dagogo.com/audio-space-ls-35a-bookshelf-speakers-and-sw-1a-subwoofer-review/2
.....I guess like Buddy said if you listen for sonics the kondo room might not be for you. But if you want to hear how old Johnny Cash was when he sings a song the Kondo room will tell ya. The emotional connection had me shaking my head. There was not enough big SET glass at the show (for my taste) so I spent a lot of time in this room. The sheer purity and organic quality of the music was an experience I will not forget.
Hey! Emil, I was in that room.... I actually was excited to check that room out because I was at their room last year....http://flic.kr/p/byCKKo But it wasn't the same. Last year they had a real vintage Roger LS3/5A without sub, I liked the room. But this year I didn't get the same magic with those GINIz(?) version of the LS3/5A. I would rather look for a vintage LS3/5A than those combo. Still compared to what available around the same price new today they are very enjoyable speaker. Take care,Buddy Link to 2013 show pics.... http://flic.kr/s/aHsjEGVu6v
Yes, I agree completely. The Pulsars are one of the best bookshelf speakers out there, and the family traits move well into the larger models of the series.
Anyone hear this room:
We share tastes (other than Newcastle), as one of my faves at Capfest '11 was the Joseph room.Btw, did anyone at this show hear the Cary/Audio Electronics stuff? Think they may have demo'd with KEF
Thanks! Didn't realize they had 2 setups, one Cary, one AE. Yes, thought the LS50s sounded, nice and "big" given their size, but definitely add a sub if you're going to drive them hard!Like the AE stuff as well, reasonably priced too. May have to snag some for a show...I would personally have had the LS50s spread a little wider and toed in, but that's easy to do sitting here! cheers,AJ
As a GamuT S9 owner, that room was WAY too small for those speakers. That was pretty unfortunate. For those of you that heard it, it was about 10 - 15% of what that speaker is truly capable of. It's always a disappointment when you hear them put big speakers in too small of a room.
Unfortunately I didn't get to hear their bigger one with Cary Audio in the same room.
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