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  • olivier Numérissonolivier Numérisson

    John Hardy Jensen Twin ServoPublished on 08/20/08 at 16:27
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    4-channel input and output transformers on Jensen, just a gain control per channel, a pad, a phase switch (blah) and a phantom power supply for international.
    A small meter very precise and calibrated to its own standard modulation above.
    Inwardly they are op amps originally designed by hand by John Hardy. The build quality is exemplary.

    UTILIZATION

    Just one button to turn

    SOUND QUALITY

    Fantastic sound quality. It is also one of the most famous aircraft in the world, and it's really justified. The sound is super clear but with magic corpulence. Not saturated the lamps which also give the feeling of volume but at the cost of a loss of sharpness of the sound image an…
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    4-channel input and output transformers on Jensen, just a gain control per channel, a pad, a phase switch (blah) and a phantom power supply for international.
    A small meter very precise and calibrated to its own standard modulation above.
    Inwardly they are op amps originally designed by hand by John Hardy. The build quality is exemplary.

    UTILIZATION

    Just one button to turn

    SOUND QUALITY

    Fantastic sound quality. It is also one of the most famous aircraft in the world, and it's really justified. The sound is super clear but with magic corpulence. Not saturated the lamps which also give the feeling of volume but at the cost of a loss of sharpness of the sound image and a color too strong.
    A large classical orchestra Massenburg taken with a 8304 room for microphones and Jensen 990 for micro voice and accent is a delight.

    OVERALL OPINION

    It is a device whose qualities are quickly forgetting it costs 4000 euros HT.
    It's distributed control by 44.1 (44-1.com)
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