Listening with B3 at the moment to the :
This recording has been hitherto "unlistenable" ; if the level has been kept so that at the full blast of the organ
equipment still somehow "survived", it was too quiet at anything but the peaks - or you could have the average levels at the correct volume and peaks herondously distorted.
Havi B3 is the first audio "whatever" I have heard that is capable of giving this extraordinary good recording justice; it does not seem to struggle with anything. Backed by the proverbial "power plant" amplification, the final hymn Salve Polonia is something that really has to be heard to be believed; no description is likely to prepare you for this level of command of sound reproduction.
It remains clear - from pppp to the full blast - always keeping its superb imaging intact, regardless of loudnes it is called upon to reproduce. And the bass, described by most users as the weakest link of Havi B3 Pro (Old Version ) is - palpable.
After this recording, almost anything else would be cat's meow compared to the lion's roar ...
Analogsurvivor, is it possible to listen this online from somewhere?
BTW, I have started to listen some albums from the old days from the Pink Floyd (Echoes) and amazed by the sound that B3 Pro1 reproduced
I was always a big fan of Pink Floyd recordings and they found a new breath with this B3...
Also "binaural" recordings sounds very good with these. I have tried this one:
...played through my old Sony D-465 CD player. That was an amazing experience. It was an easy task for Sony CD player to power the B3
I made some own recordings using Zoom H4n and Roland binaural mics to test it myself. 3D reproduction, imaging, soundstage, all were great
Edited by Baycode - 5/2/14 at 12:45am