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Old 7th May 2012, 04:46 PM   #11
Jimmy154 is offline Jimmy154  United States
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Originally Posted by limono View Post
expensive suckers although I have to admit much better (actually a miles better) than my proac clones (thanks Troels I hope you're better cook or whatever occupation you enjoy keep you day job) I decided to go to heaven drinking whisky so they have to go to finance the journey
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This is easily the most amusing/hilarious post I've ever read on diyaudio, that wasn't writen by me, of course

I don't think the Proac clone is suppose to sound good. It's suppose to sound like the original Proac, no?

Interesting side-note: I once caught a guy throwing away a single Sonus Faber floor-standing 2.5-way tower into the trash.
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Old 7th May 2012, 05:11 PM   #12
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Got it and you're right and although I didn't have original Proac 1S on hand to compare I did have it's center channel brother CC1 and it appeared to be considerably smoother and little better sounding (than clone) although those HF spikes were still there. "Tinos" are creamy sounding with nice tone and textures and surprisingly decent coherence for the speakers built with modest components and disregarded by many (also by myself in my stupidity ) as a furniture speakers only. If they were plain box vanilla (and priced accordingly) and looked less bourgeois which is a salt in an eye of a former communist I'd kept them. (Enough that for the love of the thing in between I had to accept this fuc..ng leather couch and fake Italian furniture
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