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HSU huh? Which subs of theirs did you hear? And were they using the MBM Midbass module? If so, what did you think of it?
I had never heard of the Kaiser Kawero speakers, so I googled the name and people has had these speakers as best of show previously at the 2009 RMAF. There are also some rave reviews from the magazines on it. The inner components are the very expensive Duelund capacitors. The speakers are $66K. If I won the lottery, that might be the ones I buy. Small in stature so they would fit in a smaller sized room. Kaiser had the black version at the show, but here is a pic of the wooden ones. They look like a million dollars even in black.I give these speakers the top craftsman award. Just another high craft product from Germany.
Treatments help, for sure - but, being realistic with what you have in a room helps more
Good to see you again Tom. It's been a LONG time. Now that we've reconnected, I hope it's a much more frequent thing. Bryan
Tom I resemble that remark. Us sixty year olds still have our 19 year brain. . Not surprised one bit by the HSU demo. As us seasoned vetrans know it is not the cost of the system but the synergy of such. Second the differences between the so called best of the best is a very narrow avenue. charlesSMA
Tom, sorry we didn't get a chance to meet up. I should have sent you my cell number. So...don't forget to mention the stuff that was driving them...none other than the top shelf Concert Fidelity DAC, preamp and monoblocks (they had vinyl there too, but I forget the names). MAsataka Tsuda (founder/developer) was again in attendance, as was Hajime Sato, his right hand man (VP marketing) and interpreter, as well as proprietor of Eastwind Imports. Great stuff! That's my preamp, btw, the Concert Fidelity CF-080.
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