Distance makes the heart grow fonder

May 22, 2014
 by Paul McGowan

I want to apologize and correct for a mistake I made in yesterday’s post The Strangest Tweak.  I erroneously attributed the resonator to HiFi Tuning when, in fact, it is actually a product of  Michael and Andreas Jungblut of AHP.

AHP is both a dealer, as well as a manufacturer, and the father and son Jungbluts certainly two of the most dedicated hifi enthusiasts I have ever met.  My sincere apologies for messing up the company’s name.  If you are interested in finding out more information about the amazing tuning resonator I reported on in yesterday’s post, contact them via email by clicking here.

While our room in Munich sounded fabulous and prompted many a fine comment about some of the most musical sounds at the show, I must say that upon coming home the first thing I did was jump into Music Room One for a refresher.  It sounded even better than I remember it.  A lot better.

I am not sure if this is the same effect as how much better you feel sleeping in your own bed after a trip, but the difference between anything I heard at the show, including our own room, was simply amazing.

It’s good to be home.

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9 comments on “Distance makes the heart grow fonder”

        1. So, if doughnuts are a dime apiece, and if Yogi is correct that a nickel isn’t worth a dime anymore, how many nickels to buy half of a baker’s dozen?

  1. One person’s opinion of Munich (obviously not mine since I wasn’t there.)…”it was so superior that it left the other overpriced wannabes drowning in the wake of its Tsunami of realism. That system was…..Living Voice Vox Olympian/Elyssian + Kondo KSL M-77 + Kondo KSL DAC + Kondo Gaku Oh monoblocks + all Kondo cables + CEC TL0X cd transport.It was shockingly and laughably better than any super or non-super system at the show.” Paul, did you get to hear this? If it was, is it really any good?

    1. No, when I went to the room to photograph the beasts they weren’t playing.  I certainly heard plenty of folks raving but you had to stand in line for nearly half an hour to then be ushered in to hear the fixed presentation.  Not my cup of tea.

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