Takes a lot of chops to tell Porkies like that.
been on verge of selling harbs recently but playing the thrax with them is pretty mindblowing , we heard the more expensive models at the bristol show but pretty insipid compared to this combo .
there were some kudos 606 really kicking some bass at the show and the harbs sound like them playing bliss mantavara [quiet letters ] .
damm shame its bulgarian as i would have a nervous breakdown having to send it back for repair but by golly its very very tempting
I don’t understand- what do you think the Thrax can do that your MSB can’t?
Same place as my speakers if so
Nope a cheaper one from 2nd hand hifi, 5 levels, which is what I need.
I had one once - certainly nicely made.
the msb the combo does give lovely soundstage and sounds good but the thrax has huge bass and clarity . you would have to hear it to believe it . having a couple of folks over sun pm to listen so we shall see what they think
on reflection i think the bass is possibly a bit too much of a good thing with the thrax and the msb combo is more balanced sound . it certainly sounded sublime with every other speaker i have had
That’s Hey Duggee if I’m not mistaken
What’s worse than one mistake? Making two. It’s a classic audiophile conceit to imagine that the way to fix a problematic set up is by spending big on another component that will fix the original issue.
Go back to basics. Select a speaker that works properly in your room. Then match that with an amp that gets the best out of it.
Stop chopping and changing - trial and expensive error is not the best approach
You had speakers that worked in your room really well, probably as good as you’re gonna get - the Rienzis, but you sold them, and while you had them you were fantasising about what the larger Verity might sound like
Go and buy them back if you can…
He likes chopping and changing.
Yeah, I know. It’s a sickness!
Can it be treated on the NHS?
Looks like a night out with bmtell to me
He likes it, us dealerscum like it - everyone’s happy!
(except his starving, neglected family - and no-one gives a damn about them)
Pure Sound P10, despite the rather austere looks it sounds bloody good, with a nice foo’y Reflector 6n23 and Telefunken 12ax7 it has a massive dynamic range and a nice warm but detailed sound.
Very pleasantly surprised by this given the price.