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«  Maximo Bueno Toto »

Publié le 06/25/10 à 14:47
Salto I have the last ten years I acquéru of Generation II, no name of the first Cambodian cheap copies, and Meinl fiber, well it's Salto who are doing best: more expressive than the LP low level, lighter but with a cylindrical probe, clear and concise, more singing than LP, better skin that "no name" and more present and less volatile than Meinl. In addition they are beautiful, a dark cherry that goes very well with my first Signia;

LPs are better finished and more "Sonor attitude," heavy and full of chrome, with a more middle-class hardware, but that's not it eventually gives the music (most of them have split LP while Salto n have not moved);

Value for money better than the LP: 25 € for Salto at Cash Converters against 90 € with stand for Generation II consignment shop, yapafoto;

same choice ten years after, not even scared!
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