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Old Today, 03:16 PM   #31861
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I thought the question was not about "Likes" but accuracy in reproduction?


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The equipment is accurate (speakers also not bad), but the speaker room interaction is always compromised IMV - especially if you are not listening in the near field.


I just prefer a very 'lively' sound.
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The post where you confessed, and the"fooling" posts have vanished
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The equipment is accurate (speakers also not bad), but the speaker room interaction is always compromised IMV - especially if you are not listening in the near field.


I just prefer a very 'lively' sound.
You ever find that properly reflected sound can actually help for a ‘live’ feel to music?
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