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Old 10-04-2012, 08:18 PM
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I heard the LAMM/ Wilson MAXX 3 ONEDOF Turntable with Kubala Sosna cabling at CES 2012 and boy it was amazing!
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I heard the LAMM/ Wilson MAXX 3 ONEDOF Turntable with Kubala Sosna cabling at CES 2012 and boy it was amazing!
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The system sounded amazing. Very detailed with life size imaging and very musical. I could have easily spent my whole time at the show in that room. It was quite an experience to see how easily the LAMM ML3's 32wpc drove the MAXX3's and filled the room with sound and it was a fairly large suite as opposed to a small room. I became a believer in SET's. Although I could never afford a $600K system, it definitely served as a reference for other systems.
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The system sounded amazing. Very detailed with life size imaging and very musical. I could have easily spent my whole time at the show in that room. It was quite an experience to see how easily the LAMM ML3's 32wpc drove the MAXX3's and filled the room with sound and it was a fairly large suite as opposed to a small room. I became a believer in SET's. Although I could never afford a $600K system, it definitely served as a reference for other systems.
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