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News and Reviews from Paw Music
From www.lowyatnet.com, Malaysia: As a newbie in IEM, and a seasoned ICE player, i was very specific with sound detail and how bass was pumped around me when i was in the car, so i was expecting the HD381 to perform to meet my expectation of my ICE audio clarity and bass power.. When i firs...
From www.head-fi.org submitted by "keanex" Having received two other Superlux headphones in the past I wasn't expecting much outside of a no frills cardboard box. While I wasn't completely blown away, Superlux definitely took some notes from other companies and made the packaging much more appealing than the 668b or the 651. The 661 come ...
Review of the V-CART Solo from Australian Magazine, MIXDOWN September 2010, page 58 By Adrian Violi As a drummer I've never forgotten the day when I finally bought a trolley and didn't have to make seven trips to the car to unload the kit for a gig. It was without a doubt a wake up call. Why hadn't I done this ages ago? I'm sure countless mu...
"While being very different, these Signature models are outstanding examples of cymbal-making" By Adam Jones, Rhythm Magazine, Wed 18 Nov 2009 Home to the company's most personalised cymbals, Istanbul Agop's Signature Series includes a set of models used by their first ever endorsee Mel Lewis. An influx of name endorsees to Istanbul Agop in re...
"The New Superluxes Are Good! The HD330, HD440 and the HD660" April 20, 2011 by Mike on www.headfonia.com I never doubted Superlux’s ability to make headphone drivers. From the time we posted the review of the HD668B, to my other exposure of Superlux headphones, including the HD662, HD662B, and the HD669, I’ve always been impressed ...
The PRA628 MK II replaces the popular PRA628, so PAW is now stocking only the MK II microphones. Here is the user guide for the new model. General Rules for Use: • For guitar amps captured medium attack sound profile with balanced sound, place PRA628 MK II around 6 - 12 inches (15 -30 cm) away from speaker, centered directly in f...