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Arcam FMJ139 with Bright-star audio.

wavi

Standard Member
A small story first:
One year ago, my Toshiba t.v.(the amazing picture-frame 36" )have to go to service, because my component- in connection was not working.
I had my big Jamo Concert center speaker, which at that time,stay on the t.v. re-located and i put it (ab. 11kg.) ON my Denon 5000 dvd.
It took long time,before i got The t.v. back, and one day i decide to listen to some music with my sennheiser 650 put in the Denon dvd.
What can i say, i was in shock!! THe sound was amazing good!
And i have this Denon dvd from 1999, so i know the different.
The sound was so open, fast and the bass was so good, that some time, i just had to run to all my beloved cd/dvd and to spin them again and again!(yes,it was that good)!!:eek:
Than, suddenly, i remember that a few years ago, i saw en article in Audioadviser about a compony called BRIGHT STAR AUDIO, and thay have something called Little-rock, that you put ON audio component. BINGO!!!:clap:
To make my story short:
Since than i upgrade my dvd to the (again:amazing) Arcam dv29(going for the 139), and have the little-rock 2 on my dvd.
I was talking on the phone a few times with MR. Barry Kohan, which is very helpful, and i am going to order from him the new Little-Rock (with RFI/EMI) shielding, and the new Gemini UNDER my new 139!!:rotfl:
Hope it make you a believer in Isolation, as it make me!
Consider me very happy:thumbsup:
 

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