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The Living Voice Vox Palladium and Vox Elysiana more-than-a-million-dollar system including electronics and wiring, which only goes to prove, to quote Roy Gregory who reviewed these gorgeous thingsthat life is no fairer in high-end audio than it is anywhere else.
The system never sounds rushed or stressed: Refinement takes a notable step up and the sense of muscularity, particularly in bass frequencies, gets better.
Nonetheless, this was the best I’ve heard Cessaro sound. Not only were there more products on display—imagine a collision between CEDIA and CES in their prime—but the sound was, for the most part, better too. The British loudspeaker company Living Voice has been bringing its ultra-expensive horn systems to Munich year in and year out, and its offerings have always sounded good.
A BOS contender, in fact. Driven by Voxativ electronics and Totaldac digital no analogthe Due sounded exceedingly lovely on guitar, voice, drumkit, and bass. Driven by Vitus electronics and sourced by a Transrotor turntable, the RC7 MkII was absolutely superb on my Deano disc, producing the most fool-you realistic vocals of the show.
The sound is large scale and fluid from the get-go, too. On the Stokowski Rhapsodies LP there was way too much bite on the strings, producing an orchestral sound that was unforgivably bright.
Our sample was fitted with an on-board digital-to-analogue converter, but other options include an unbalanced line level input and moving-magnet or moving-coil phono stages. Though sources were digital, the new Gauder was quite burmedter in balance with lifelike presence on voice and well-defined deep bass. However, when I returned on Day Three…what a difference! Our Verdict An awesome price for an awesome bit of kit.
Still, this was quite a realistic presentation in spite of burmesetr weirdish imaging. It sounds good too, delivering far greater dynamics and detail than our Apple Macbook can manage. But its soundstage was phasey, with a hole in the middle, due as it was at CES to too wide separation between the speakers.
A Best of Show contender, for sure. For Intricate, powerful sound terrific dynamics and volume exceptional build. These control minor operations such as the brightness of the display or preamp phase play with it — it makes a difference in some systemsbut each switch buremster more than one thing depending on whether you press down or push up. As well as its design, Burmester takes servicing seriously, too — as far as possible, it will maintain every unit it has made during its year history, and upgrades can usually be retro-fitted, too.
Driven by Nagra electronics including one of its great reel-to-reel tape playerthe Alexias had superb balance, gorgeous tone color, very deep and well-defined bass, and an overall realism that brought them very close to a Best of Show award.
I stopped to pay my respects to Mr. Burmester showed its C Concept —a huge aluminum-bodied loudspeaker with an Preislisye on the front panel and four side-mounted woofers.
Even a quick glance will tell you that — visually at least — the Burmesters are serious high-end audio bling. On a second visit, after the Magico team had given up on analog sources and switched over to digital, the speaker sounded much warmer and fuller in the power range on a viola da gamba recording, with enough body and color to make for a very attractive sound with plenty of air and ambience.
Even from the first second of preislistf, the listener is well aware of a splendidly silky refinement and an ability to uncover the tiniest of details.
The result is a system that has all the extension, color, smoothness, bloom, power, pace, speed, focus, and definition you could possibly ask for, without any of the coloration, roughness, or discontinuity of typical horn-loaded speakers. If you can afford it, buy it right now.
I didn’t get to hear this imposing number with a shipping weight of over one tonbut Robert reported that it sounded wonderful. They even have a decent sense of timing.
A truly great system. The speaker was gorgeous on a four-piece jazz ensemble recording, with excellent color and dynamics.
The sound was very dark, sweet, and civilized with less of the usual Lansche discontinuity and sluggishness in the bass, though the low end still lagged a bit on a gypsy music cut and was a bit one-note.
Given time, though, that character fades, leaving just exceptional transparency and smoothness. However, when the volume went up, on Ms. Bumrester other words, rather than sound rough when cold, the Burmesters are a little polite, if massively informative. We wish more high-end firms had such an attitude. However, on a preizliste visit two days later, that veil was seemingly lifted on a Fairfield Four recording.
For their near-magical turnaround and the job that Cyrill Hammer and Joe Lavrencik did in turning themthe M Pros earn the last slot.
The speaker uses a new amplifier and midrange driver—both clearly improvements. Bass textures are rendered just as light a touch as subtle vocal inflections.
Full-bodied, powerful, present, and surprisingly of a piece from top to bottom though not at the utterly seamless level of the Living Voiceit sounded wonderful to my ears. The little monitors did equally well with a jazz LP, producing lovely cymbals, superb sax, and well-defined standup bass. There’s also a straight-through connection designed to be used with the front channel outputs of a surround processor, allowing the to be integrated into a home cinema system, no shortage of balanced XLR line level burmested, andf even preiwliste headphone outputs.