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xandcg


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Dc10audio.
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Hello Romy,

Have you already heard about them?

 http://www.dc10audio.com

Regards,
Alex.



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xandcg


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A Video.
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Gottenburg Odins: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LH1CMRmL5eI

Seems they use that Tannoy concentric schema on those.



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Romy the Cat


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Interesting....
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For sure it is an interesting design. I do not know how they dealt Fostex compression and why they need to customize the tweeters that were made for them "by hands in Toking one by one". Would it be easier to induce the customization into the custom specification? Anyhow, it was interesting read. Thanks.

http://media.wix.com/ugd/d224b6_1f13aa3887d04b05a2bb6ad44d8e01c0.pdf


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xandcg


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Mini Review.
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"Jim E, from Austin, Texas, USA

On the Kabuki (at Newport Audio Show 2014)

I was lucky to find the nice people at dc10audio. Their room was very pretty -- very artistic setup. The beautiful tube amplifiers were on slabs of 200 year old curly maple not resting on the carpet. Many of the rooms were just jammed full of gear, some done in poor taste -- not this room! The Kabuki speakers were especially good looking and I asked if they would mind playing a drum solo on the system. The gentleman said yes with a slight tone of excitement. I told him that I made the recording and it was me playing the drums, so I knew how it should sound... and I explained that I'd taken it around to more than a few rooms, and it has not sounded right yet -- quite bad actually -- so the heat was on... He smiled and loaded the disc into a vintage Sony CD player -- obviously must have been a special one, it had a puck weight and looked nice. The guy said it was better than many new units but a bit of embarrassment at the same time.

No embarrassment necessary! I was amazed! Absolutely unbelievable sound reproduction. So dynamic, and to think it was playing on 30 watt tube amplifiers! Snare, kick, cymbals with the dynamics of drums, which are very dynamic instruments -- like the most dynamic! This was the best and only room I could find that made the recording sound real.

Kabuki is on this year's Christmas list. Unfortunately the amplifiers are well over my budget!"

Source: http://www.dc10audio.com/#!reviews/c8lr


I usually don't like reviews more than to know what are the news but this one seems interesting since the guy was comparing with his own recording.




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