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  1. Interesting, keep in mind that the SOtM tX-USB Ultra is very sensitive to power supplies and scales up nicely. So if you acquire a SR7, it'll sound even better.
  2. What kind of music did you audition with?

  3. Maybe the difference in what you like is partically the kind of music you like. I'm a classical/jazz guy so am very sensitive to acoustical instruments. A lot of reviewers like Darko are unabashed indi rock guys. Its not that I don't trust them, but a symphony puts different demands on a system then music with synths and electro accoustic instruments. I am getting the impression that classical snobs like me are a bit partial to the 200Ultra.

  4. I've heard the original SOtM Ultra versus the UltraRendu and preferred the SOtM Ultra. I've also heard the SOtM Ultra versus the SOtM Ultra Neo and preferred the Neo.
  5. He only liked the ZENith SE better on my system versus his NUC and Adrian's DS-1 and has never said that the SOtM Trifecta is better than the SE.
  6. Yes, I believe it does if you use a Paul Hynes SR7DR to power it.
  7. It's completely the opposite with Magnepans if you have the tweeters on the inside, i.e., the sweet spot is tiny.
  8. Not against the NUC, but we always test things multiple times.
  9. I said that I doubt I could distinguish blind. Then we blinded him, and to his surprise, he picked the ZENith. Prior to blinding him, he thought he could easily hear the difference.
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