My system's temperament

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My system's temperament
Fortunately, my music system isn't temperamental, but it certainly has a personality all unto its own. A temperament. Now that I have to wait until the evening hours to sneak down to PS Audio and get a dose of Music Room Two just to keep my stereo sanity intact, I am reminded of how different it is than my home system. Where at home we get good imaging, reasonably dynamics, and pleasing sound, Music Room Two is just from another planet: big, intense, yet delicate and subtle when the music demands. Describing a system's personality is akin to the challenge wine tasters must have describing a particular vintage. There's a flavor to reproduced sound that's unique to every system I have ever had the privilege to listen to. Like wines, some I love, others not so much. One of the benefits of populating your system with gear from a particular company is knowing their tastes and having confidence that if they like it, so too will you. Like an honest vintner willing to put their name and reputation on the bottle, products designed and voiced by the people you know and trust is a good and safe bet.
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Paul McGowan

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