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Old 26th March 2013, 09:55 PM   #101
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School project exhibition tomorrow, will be bringing these with me. I guess a couple of hundred people will visit the exhibition and it will be nice to hear their impressions.
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Old 27th March 2013, 02:26 AM   #102
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It's OK to say it's good at simple country music and voices, but I suspect I would hate it for complex classical music where it'll probably become muddled and inaccurate and harsh.
There is nothing more complex than the human voice. And reproduction thereof is the most demanding, and satisfying thing to re create.

It is also hard to record, and most production of the voice uses too much FX or compression, etc. So a very nicely recorded vocal track, faithfully reproduced is an unmatched treat.
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Old 27th March 2013, 02:27 PM   #103
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It was not easy to get all the equipment downtown, especially since I have no driver's license yet. I had to rely on friends to help me

Well, the visitors liked my speakers, so did my fellow classmates. I guess about 40-50 people stopped by to listen and hundreds walked by. Most people were really impressed how loud and dynamic they were, despite the small size.
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Old 28th March 2013, 07:16 PM   #104
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For those here that donīt know me: i donīt like small speakers.

I donīt care about WAF, maybe because my wife never has objected to stuff like these in the livingroom:

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Old 31st March 2013, 08:44 PM   #105
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There is nothing more complex than the human voice. And reproduction thereof is the most demanding, and satisfying thing to re create.
I agree, and recordings of, for instance, GWG, are generally very good, if we drift away towards Bakersfield/Texas/Nashville You have the best recordings there are. No recordings of WAM or other , IMO, utterly boring orchestral nonsense, comes Close, i have quite a few of the sought after Mercury living presence and RCA living stereo recordings from the 50/60 period, well executed, ok, but no one would ever listen to the boring **** on his own. Bellafonte at Carnegie is the exception of course, but then, he never was boring.

Niklas! Nice to se Your progress, hope You still are satisfied, both with the Mar-Kel and the Oy speakers, i peek in at Your blog now and then, hurry up and get Your drivers licence, an extra dimension in freedom of movement, take care my friend.

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Old 31st March 2013, 09:13 PM   #106
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simple country music
There is, actually, nothing simple about country Music, it rests, solidly, on the Three main pillars of civilsation, Telecasters, alcohol and male self-pity.
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johnny cash is the only country like artist i listen to
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Thatīs ok, but Johnny, just like me, had an extra pillar to lean on, June Carter.
But thatīs how it is, a tough looking guy in a Stetson and nice boots always have a strong woman carrying him throu Life.
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