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#91020 - 04/20/05 02:38 PM Re: Receivers for M60's
PaulM Offline
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Registered: 03/12/05
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Loc: St. Albert, Alberta
For a definition of most terms used by audioenthusiasts to describe sound go here . This is another good article by Alan to judge speaker quality by.

Cheers - Paul

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#91021 - 04/20/05 06:15 PM Re: Receivers for M60's
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Registered: 03/27/05
Posts: 64
Loc: Tucson, AZ
Not sure the exact def or wording but from my experience when i say bright, i think of the treble being a little higher and clearer. Sometimes listening to higher treble can be fatiguing.

Warm to me means more even sounding, no one aspect of the sound stands out. Ok so i don't really know how to explain warm.

One person said it to me, if you go to an underground club that plays trance and techno, the sound is bright because the music makes use of a lot of treble/higher pitches. In an opera or classical music place, the sound is more finesse or calming. I dunno, that made sense to me. Its like comparing Sarah Brightman to Kylie Minogue.

Sorry if i absolutely made no sense.

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#91022 - 04/20/05 07:07 PM Re: Receivers for M60's
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that's actually how I have always understood it. Just making sure


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#91023 - 04/20/05 11:03 PM Re: Receivers for M60's
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Pardon me, but I guess I don't seem to recall mentioning JVC or Panasonic in my post. If you recall I mentioned that you can't go wrong using any of the higher end equipment many of the users on this post own. Not everyone is into seperates, and there is nothing wrong with Denon, HK, Elite, Onkyo, or Yamaha. Sorry but I don't plan to jump on the Rotel bandwagon anytime soon, I'd rather spend my money on a kick a$$ projector.
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