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Cairn fog

CD/DVD Player from Cairn .

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Cairn fogPublished on 10/27/04 at 15:19
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
I possde this player for two years. Equipped with a converter and reformer 24 / 192, the Fog is placed immediately in the CATEGORY drives high-end of good quality.
Its price lev (1900 euros) but the justification makes him worthy of vritable REPRESENTATIVES high Fidler whose best manufacturers can be counted on the fingers of one hand and are part of a relatively small circle REPRESENTATIVES either France, Switzerland or the USA.Il will only feature audiophiles demanding perfectionist (which I also use).
Rclamera It also partners the level (Cairn 4808 amp and amp prampli FN or spars high level.) So that he can sing his best.
The Fog is a trs drive neutral and transparent sound......
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I possde this player for two years. Equipped with a converter and reformer 24 / 192, the Fog is placed immediately in the CATEGORY drives high-end of good quality.
Its price lev (1900 euros) but the justification makes him worthy of vritable REPRESENTATIVES high Fidler whose best manufacturers can be counted on the fingers of one hand and are part of a relatively small circle REPRESENTATIVES either France, Switzerland or the USA.Il will only feature audiophiles demanding perfectionist (which I also use).
Rclamera It also partners the level (Cairn 4808 amp and amp prampli FN or spars high level.) So that he can sing his best.
The Fog is a trs drive neutral and transparent sound Retailer is good for the price.
It would be wise to pair speakers with the body in the mdium or face a hollow sound and little fun. (Preliminary Speakers Scne Gaa or triangle for example).
It could also be married with amps and speakers lamps efficient, why not?
Nevertheless, the quality is l. If I had to change, I incline to the happy version of Fog deuxime or drive exceptional brand Wadia, nothing less.
A perfectionist only feature, but beware!
Once the string labore wisely, you enter dj in the reserve of high Fidler trs the thrill is guaranteed the cost!
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  • Manufacturer: Cairn
  • Model: fog
  • Category: CD/DVD Players
  • Added in our database on: 09/07/2004

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