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Published on 08/02/06 at 12:05
I had the opportunity to make me listen to scéance a new studio at 15 Klinge-Favre.
The system consisted of a pair of studio walls with 15 power cables Klinger-Favre,
amp KF, KF converter, CD KF
Listening is done with or without a subwoofer bass

SOUNDS

The sound is clear, crystalline, clear, airy (the new tweeter KF excellent), with a beautiful low
The stereo image is huge, it comes across in relief, in short very impressive.
dynamics is very good and meets all the instruments.
that's good.
the addition of the bass is good if you like listening to the Infrabass, but it may very well without.

OVERALL OPINION

Malheuseument I do not use them, their little sisters have the D26 (which are already very good to work at home).
there as well, the perfect sound
the only - the price and still be in the same range its competitors are more expensive
if I could I would pay right away
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