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listening fatigue of Proac 2.5 clone
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Old 6th April 2005, 08:24 PM   #1
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Does anyone have listening fatigue with the Proac 2.5 clone? does it caused by the amp? I feel the sound is rich(I don't know whether it is too rich cause me uncomfortable), it's like a cup of bold black coffee. Would it be over damping problem?

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no boby input?

I made the speaker cable and the interconnect according the TNT webstie, guess what, instant improve!!! To be honest, I don't really believe in cable, but after I change to my DIY cable, the mid bass is more accurate (by feeling), now I fell I can listen to the proac without any trouble.
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no boby input?

I made the speaker cable and the interconnect according the TNT webstie, guess what, instant improve!!! To be honest, I don't really believe in cable, but after I change to my DIY cable, the mid bass is more accurate (by feeling), now I fell I can listen to the proac without any trouble.
Good to see you have solved the problem
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