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  • TubularTubular

    Fantastic!

    Vincent & Tac SV 226 MK iiPublished on 03/14/13 at 05:37
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    In search of a built-in amplifier quality but reasonable price, my choice port on this model.
    Dj its size is impressive. 20kg, 48cm deep, and the interior a torroidal transformer standard. internal mounting cloisonn is clean and perfectly Agenc. For its price, the realization is irreproachable.
    In listening, the template shines on prints. It's really very comfortable. Soft, but dynamic. Vincent speaks with a certain majesty and great presence. The difficult rputes pregnant do not scare him. In short, I found excellent feel, previously grayed out for me. Pleasant handle, pretty to look at with its vintage look. Pity that such products are not more Introduced in forums and a little forgot…
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    In search of a built-in amplifier quality but reasonable price, my choice port on this model.
    Dj its size is impressive. 20kg, 48cm deep, and the interior a torroidal transformer standard. internal mounting cloisonn is clean and perfectly Agenc. For its price, the realization is irreproachable.
    In listening, the template shines on prints. It's really very comfortable. Soft, but dynamic. Vincent speaks with a certain majesty and great presence. The difficult rputes pregnant do not scare him. In short, I found excellent feel, previously grayed out for me. Pleasant handle, pretty to look at with its vintage look. Pity that such products are not more Introduced in forums and a little forgotten. Because it is a remarkable device to report qualitprix.
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  • TubularTubular

    Fantastic!

    Vincent & Tac SV 226 MK iiPublished on 03/14/13 at 05:37
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Looking for an integrated amplifier quality, but reasonable price, my choice fell on this model.
    Already, his size is impressive. 20kg, 48cm deep, and inside a huge torroidal transformer. internal mounting cloisonné is clean and well arranged. For its price, the achievement is impeccable.
    Listening to the template shines on impressions. It is very comfortable. Sweet, but dynamic. the Vincent speaks with a certain majesty and great presence. Speakers deemed difficult not made him afraid. Anyway, I found excellent feel, previously grayed out for me. Pleasant to handle, pretty to look at with its vintage look. Damage that such products may not be present in more forums and somewhat forgott…
    Read more
    Looking for an integrated amplifier quality, but reasonable price, my choice fell on this model.
    Already, his size is impressive. 20kg, 48cm deep, and inside a huge torroidal transformer. internal mounting cloisonné is clean and well arranged. For its price, the achievement is impeccable.
    Listening to the template shines on impressions. It is very comfortable. Sweet, but dynamic. the Vincent speaks with a certain majesty and great presence. Speakers deemed difficult not made him afraid. Anyway, I found excellent feel, previously grayed out for me. Pleasant to handle, pretty to look at with its vintage look. Damage that such products may not be present in more forums and somewhat forgotten. Because it is a device to the quality / price excellent.
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