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    So I am in the LV room. All of a sudden Kevin shouts "get out" to a couple of Mundorf guys.

    Why? Because one on them lifted a crossover lid with a substantial metal puck on top of it. It slid and went into the side of one of the Olympian subs at 200K a pair.

    Nice work. Not
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    Most interesting room for me was the Tune Audio one wirh the new Avaton horn. Mobile pic below.

    In terms of ease, space, warmth, soundstage and smoothness they beat anything else there.

    Be careful though. When it comes to dynamics they aren't going to blow your mind. At all.

    Very expensive Trafomatic amps too.

    Speakers 220K Euros I think Jack from BD Audio said. Not cheap.
    Black and blue and broken bones - you left me here - I'm all alone. My little piggy needed something new.

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    Can't vouch for the quality of this but it was shot in UHD on a mobile and posted by the same.

    On YouTube for this mobile stuff.

    Quick walk around the Gryphon room.

    https://youtu.be/SvjD7sbF-zk
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    I love the looks of Gryphon electronics - proper high end!
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    The best system there in my opinion. Trios Luxury Edition and 3 bass horns. Superb dynamics, resolution and scale.

    Price on demand. The Trios have super beefed up frames. Worth paying for over the standard model if you want zee best.

    Will cover in greater depth later.

    Some mobile snaps.

    Had a live drummer who looked coked up playing through them. The speakers sounded like they were on coke too. Super high performance way beyond anything else there I think.
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    Me playing with a Teac.

    The mobile mic is pathetic I am afraid. Hence not keen on posting mobile videos of systems.

    https://youtu.be/5TAPy5Rhb1E
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    As it says. It does sound good and the price will surely be tempting. It is the smallest of the range.
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    Quote Originally Posted by User211 View Post
    As it says. It does sound good and the price will surely be tempting. It is the smallest of the range.
    Whizzer cones! Hide your eyes, Jerry!
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    Good room. The speakers are pretty impressive.
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