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  1. mentt

    Kralk Audio TDB-8

    Sure why not
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    Kralk Audio TDB-8

    I would write Alan and ask him for his opinion. Also Kralk audio has return policy I think so you could send them back if needed...
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    Kralk Audio TDB-8

    Yes, we always looking for better, but not always end up with better
  4. mentt

    Kralk Audio TDB-8

    Is there something that you don’t like about tdb-2 presentation in your room? Not enough bass?
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    Kralk Audio TDB-8

    I was also deciding between tdb-6 and tdb-8 and after some time just asked Alan for his opinion. He told me that for my room size(22 m2), my music taste( P.J. Harvey , Radiohead, indie music in general ...) tdb-6 are more suited as tdb-8 are best on rock music...
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    John Darko appreciation thread

    Yes, I am sure that manufactures or dealers are trying to pick reviewers very carefully
  7. mentt

    Kralk Audio TDB-8

    Tdb-6 have deep, but very controlled bass. In general tdb-6 are very evenly/naturaly voiced and acoustic music has real life organic presentation. My estimate is that they could work in your room, but I would write Alan and ask him to be sure...
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    John Darko appreciation thread

    Darkos reviews are mostly positive as are reviews on most other websites. Reviews of gear that reviewers don’t like are not being in the end posted most of the time as it would upset the manufacturer... And of course reviewers tend to “pick” gear that they like for reviews
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    John Darko appreciation thread

    Liked his vinyl podcast https://darko.audio/2019/02/darko-audio-podcast-14-vinyl/ not many reviewers are brave enough to speak freely about vinyl
  10. mentt

    Kralk Audio TDB-8

    Owned ATC Scm 19 for some time and would go for sure with tdb-6. Tdb-6 has better timing, more organic sound, better prat, more musical in general, deeper bass, faster sound and can be easily driven. ATC scm 19s are truly power hungry in comparison.
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    Kralk Audio TDB-8

    How is TDB-8 with true rock Music? Per Alan TDB-8 works best on rock music(that is the reason why I went with TDB-6 in the end and not with TDB-8)
  12. mentt

    The Truth About Vinyl - Vinyl vs. Digital

    https://darko.audio/2019/02/darko-audio-podcast-14-vinyl/
  13. mentt

    CD Alive and Well?

    Vinyl is cool as all cool people in the movies are playing vinyl now :-)
  14. mentt

    CD Alive and Well?

    Keith? He wouldn’t write such a thing :-)
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    CD Alive and Well?

    My friend was planning the blind test when we did the testing as it is so popular on the internet nowadays , but difference was so clear that even him after couple of tracks stopped requesting it.