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philrud philrud

«  But held dynamic sound. »

Published on 03/26/12 at 11:20
I use it for reading and have never registered with. I have another recorder gives me his full stisfaction.Le is dynamic but given: what gives a breath in the music, like a little concert and that, that makes you want to tap your feet listening to catchy tunes: a good point.
The sound is quite stable (no projection notes) malgrès good dynamic that emerges.
For the price, it's honest. The sound is clear, all is well placed in the space of the bass to treble: second point.Franchement good, it's airy, it breathes (I'm the listen): excellent, as the concert is the fireworks without being aggressive!
For an opportunity: no failure, no failure. Besides, I have the Philips 723 (bought new) that runs for over 12 years at least 2:00 per day: no failure, no missed reading j ' get over it ...
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