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Article: Review | Wharfedale Linton Heritage 85th & Audiolab 6000A / 6000CDT

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7 hours ago, bobflood said:

I had a Cyrus 1 for over 20 years. It was one of the best the Brits have ever made. Great sound and virtually indestructible.

 

I've acquired an used Cyrus 3i  from 1998 with PSX-R  as a  back up with Phono Pre-Amp last summer after the Rega had been re-activated.
Worked well with Wharfedale!!! Love the Rega/Cyrus/B&W 805s combination.Makes me just 20 years younger, in my ears 😉

 

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1 hour ago, kravi4ka said:

Thanks for the wonderful review! And when I say thank you it is more than that, I am actually also relieved that words now mean something, you can understand what the reviewer is saying and feel what he is feeling, you get the perspective where things fit, it feels like a friend is telling me about the equipment and not the Stereophile "I am good with words but you will not know if the damn thing sounds good or not" type of writing. 

@kravi4ka
Thank you very much for the kind words, that's the currency we work for!
Glad you liked it!!!
Tom
 

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On 1/17/2020 at 1:02 PM, kravi4ka said:

Audiophilestyle becomes the site that is home to the natural, human reviews of equipment and civilised talk about audio and music, thank you Chris!

Thanks for the kind words and please thank Tom / @DuckToller. He puts a ton off work into what he does for Audiophile Style. 


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Hello,

 

indeed a very well written review but i don't understand why you attack Paul Rigby. A veteran in the business and a fair and sometimes even ruthless reviewer.

 

best regards

Geoff

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1 hour ago, Geoff13 said:

Hello,

 

indeed a very well written review but i don't understand why you attack Paul Rigby. A veteran in the business and a fair and sometimes even ruthless reviewer.

 

best regards

Geoff

Thank you Geoff, for your comment.
However, I did not intend to "attack" Paul Rigby at all by writing that I found his review fun and entertaining, while balancing it a bit by stating in a mild manner my personal opinion how it felt for me (a tiny bit over the top). Though, from your pov it obviously did not touch that impression in the way it was intended. It might relate to a different understanding of language from my side that I didn't see that coming.

Best, Tom 

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