Bob the Builder posted:analogmusic posted:Bob the Builder posted:analogmusic posted:
and the SL also whipped and walked all over the Chord Super Array for bass in the same way.
It depends on what is being measured and what is of importance.
For me a Naim system without awesome tight, controlled and articulated bass is not performing as Naim and Roy George intended.
Of course it's not the only thing that I listen for, but this is where the Naim cables dominate - in the words on another forum member "in a not so subtle way"
Incidentally Steve Sells who designed the statement, uses 2 (!!) Naim N-subs at home with his SBL's.
What's Boy George got to do with it?
Roy George of Naim audio
IT WAS A JOKE >> BOY << I SAID >> BOY << GEORGE not Roy George >> BOY << GEORGE the bloke from Culture Club all make up and dreadlocks. It was a bad joke I know but pay attention please
And there was me believing Boy George had become a guru on music standards linked to Naim...