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ponce.richard ponce.richard
Published on 03/19/14 at 02:42
I return to these speakers I see regularly go on the canvas in the classifieds for first say that I've owned two pairs: one classical and the other with the speakers alignment. (No difference in listening).
Listening first point: it is physiological, very tough on the ends and not hinged in the middle. It's pretty playful but lacks depth and articulation, it is just okay. Where it gets complicated is when compared to another speaker. The DITTON 66 for the same price, and sometimes less, secondhand, literally crush. The PIERRE ETIENNE LEON FULL or ML4 are also much higher. The SPENDOR BC1 or stay Americain 315 ALTEC offered well below the price level are much higher. If I had to buy a pair of L 100 or 4311 it would only be a good deal since, however, sell it the same day of the announcement if you are not too greedy.
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