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Old 2nd December 2005, 11:38 PM   #11
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Wow that post came out in double
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Old 2nd December 2005, 11:40 PM   #12
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[B]Hans, I dont even get the idea of bettering the Pearl!! I have nothing to complain about The sound of the Pearl is just marvellous I just love the sound of the Pearl!


Why didn't you say this earlier, I have built a phonoclone, Borebely 419, and an Onoclone. All to better my two year old Pearl. Could have spent all this time playing records.
Seriously though, if one betters the Pearl I will give a blow by blow. Too early to say now. The Borbely is just finishing, and the Ono needs a couple chassis.
I found the Pearl a little flat dynamically at first. But the output caps, signal wiring, and step up all three were less than optimal. It is excellent sounding now. Might have wasted a lot of time and money.


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Yes please go on , i like to hear good news from you !
And nice that you cook Jamie Oliver style !

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Old 2nd December 2005, 11:58 PM   #14
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I dont know I just know that the Pearl is right for me I dont think the Phonoclone or something like that will be as good as the Pearl I can only think of one thing with the Pearl, and thats the gain, that possibly wont be good enough for all systems?? Its good for mine though I just made the Pearl as it is supposed to be made I have heard those things about missing dynamics before, but I cant agree to that! The Pearl is more or less perfect in my system at least! The sound of it is just great No doubt

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Old 3rd December 2005, 12:04 AM   #15
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Yes please go on , i like to hear good news from you !
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And nice that you cook Jamie Oliver style !
Jurgen, I just bought the cookbook "Jamies Italy"
It doesnt get any better than that I just love the Italian style of cooking I am sure my family will love my cooking too

Steen
Jurgen, send me some sauerkraut, some day
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I dont know I just know that the Pearl is right for me I dont think the Phonoclone or something like that will be as good as the Pearl I can only think of one thing with the Pearl, and thats the gain, that possibly wont be good enough for all systems?? Its good for mine though I just made the Pearl as it is supposed to be made I have heard those things about missing dynamics before, but I cant agree to that! The Pearl is more or less perfect in my system at least! The sound of it is just great No doubt

Steen
what spks you have?
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Yes steen i send you the Sauerkraut , and you can send me
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Old 3rd December 2005, 12:14 AM   #18
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Here you go, Choky A pair of those pesky Response clones I did put in some other screws though They are veneered with Elmtree! What a work

Steen.
Ps I have a pair of Proac s1 clones also And a pair of Corals, now that I am listing anyways
The S1's are the best
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Yes steen i send you the Sauerkraut , and you can send me
Ok Jurgen , we better take this offline

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I like elmtree

I use to have half of hmmmmmmm- log? on top of my monitor-hehe -as I say -for screening purposes.......

will you try some oneways some day?
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