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Funny with regards to how a speaker sounds to each individual,a while back a friend of mine was over listening to my Naim/Taksim's combo...we were playing some DSD files I had,he was blown away with how good it sounded,yet he says,it sucks how a few of the songs have that "hissing" in the background,like it was poorly recorded.I agreed with him,but honestly I did not hear a thing,he is half my age,and I was a little embarrassed that these old ears do not work like they used to,so THAT factor takes some of the edge off bright recordings for me.
no quarter: The word "bright" is used when someone usually doesn't like some thing, in the audio world. Like I said I never heard Dynaudio and bright used in the same sentence till a few years back ago on this forum.. I guess if you say it enough then people will associate the two! Doh! I have owned just about every speaker they have made minus some of the Focus line and not once did I ever hear anything bright, minus maybe a few bad recordings which can make any speaker sound bright. But you are 100% spot on each individual hears differently and that can make ones taste when it comes to speakers vary greatly!

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I really hate the word "Transparent" a overused term in the business world and to me, it means another "Brick Wall" is more like it! LOL Bright is another misused term as well! I do however agree with your statement above..
Totally agree with you as it is very hard to know what sounds how it was originally intended regardless of equipment, I will say if the shoe fits then buy it.
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Totally agree with you as it is very hard to know what sounds how it was originally intended regardless of equipment, I will say if the shoe fits then buy it.
And don't forget "analytical" The term I have seen here with Dynaudio and Simaudio pairing. Nonsense.

You should say Simaudio with Dynaudio was bright and analytical.
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