Exceeded pregnant today, especially side look.
But she remains beautiful, the least we can say.
To listen without looking. It is not for a listening room of over 60 m² and a bit too large to serve as a monitor in the studio despite its significant qualities of listening nearby.
I just made a comparative listening headphones (HD25) and pregnant (Choral) with Ravel's Bolero (Ricardo Muti). Although urge to push the score to 9 of Kef. The bass is superb, but with one caveat: it seems that below 80 Hz, the response curve is somewhat irregular, there is a hole to 40 Hz OK I keep the 8, but August 1st 2004 the standard for an enclosure of 70 years. An index that does not deceive: not a single Chorale for sale on eBay.
Postscript: the imperative to replace "son ringtone" internal wiring of the original big fat copper cable. A high volume, it transforms the enclosure (with relatively high yield for a closed chamber, however justified they rarely sends more than 20 watts).
Falcon Acoustics offers an improved filter kit which I was told good. I plan to try it.
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Johnny's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" kef choir"
I have these speakers for 2 years
yes I had several other speakers model
the sound of English, I explain the bass and treble well balanced
and construction of its impeccable kef, which gives her a little way monitor
what he wants is pregnant may be suitable for the home studio,
and I also like the terminal dual banana plug / Din
yes why not if it has what I would do the same choice