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Positive Feedback ISSUE 11
january/february 2004


2004 CES "blur" of a show... Part 2 of many to come!
by Dave and Carol Clark

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The Music Direst room had the new Mobile Fidelity OML-2 speakers with PS Audio electronics. Nice and clean, though a bit too lean! Did demonstrate the new Ground Zero from Granite Audio that eliminates hum and crap. Worked wonders at removing a ground loop in their system.

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FAL Company Ltd. had some very unusual speakers using a combination of a Heil driver and their own air-motion transformer in a lager open baffle design. Sounded interesting...

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Acoustic Partners using the Alons as well. Sounded good with Berendsen electronics.

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The GTT room with Lamm and Kharma was tucked so far in the back, we thought we were at the airport. Sounded like a Lamm and Kharma system—fast, clean, and musical.

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Magnum Dynalab with their tower of power.

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Danger Will Robinson!

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Stereovox and Peak Consulting sound big and powerful using Lamm amplification.

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The deHavilland and Prana wire room sounded as musical as all get out! We found this one to be a place to take an extended listen when we had a spare moment. Oh, and the Alons again!!

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The GM-70 amplifier with a Prana cabling running this way and that!

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Oh, cool reel-to-reel in the deHavilland room with tapes too!

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Joe Cohen, Bryan Gladstone, and Carol Clark in the deHavilland/Prana room. "No Bryan, I will not give you the system."

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Tetra Live speaker ($6800) sounded very nice with CJ and Birdland Audio electronics.

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Birdland's new preamplifier with glow in the dark lighting—looked very beautiful too.

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The QS and D room with Spendor and Talk electronics sounded very British with a rather stiff upper lip.

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A gaggle of NAIM in the QS and D room.

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