Glad that you finally received the NFB-28 safe and sound! You had me scared there for a minute! That was some crazy shenanigans going on at the U.S.P.S.!
I really appreciate the very kind words, and it was truly a pleasure conversing with you about music, drumming, and good sound as well.
I'd say that we are both quite passionate about our music.
And thank you again for all of your VERY helpful input on the IEMs & cIEMs! I'm fairly certain that you saved me from making a very poor buying decision.
On another note, Kingwa really is fantastic and takes great care in designing and creating his products, in addition to getting them to you in perfect condition, and I really appreciate that pride and attention to detail, so I would feel as though I'd be showing some disrespect if I didn't do the same in passing it on to a new owner. I hope that its quality construction and sound are enjoyed for many years to come. I honestly don't think you can beat the build quality, versitility, and amazing sound quality without spending quite a bit more money.
I'm out of town on business for another week with not much time to enjoy listening to music, but am fearful that I'm really going to miss that NFB-28 when I return home.
The good thing is that they are still available, so I may find myself ordering another one, LOL.
Originally Posted by matt120
Thanks for the answers guys, I'd like to stick to the NFB-28 for it's balanced outputs.
What active speakers have people run this with? I'm rather set on some Adam ARTist 6 Floorstanders
The analog outputs, both unbalanced and balanced, along with an actual volume knob, make the NFB-28 a fantastically versatile unit. I paired the NFB-28 with a set of Neumann KH-120 active studio monitors (via the balanced XLR connections) and experienced exceptional staging, imaging, dynamics, tonality, and realism...so I'm fairly certain that you'll be quite pleased, as long as you are already relatively happy with the performance of your Adam ARTist 6's. Edited by bbfoto - 5/16/14 at 11:05pm