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Speed I mean...
Guys, I'm going to read you the 'burn-in' instructions for the CNT-1:
Not so fast, grasshopper. Sometimes a good bass needs to be slow, lush, long and savoured.
Sometimes that’s the intention. Not everything has to be fast. Slooooow down.
I am close to pulling the trigger on the BL-03 because of the hypetrain. But what are you BL-03 owners using it for?
Right now, I'm testing the CNT-1, which has excelled with Fleetwood Mac, of all things. I was kinda hoping Ramin Djawadi's Westworld soundtrack would do well on the CNT-1, but I think that the Tin Audio T2 is beating it there. Would the BL-03 be better for the classical electronica and instrumental pop found in the Westworld soundtrack?
I use them mainly or classical music...but they work well with anything. NOTE: they are strongly tip dependent...you will get a plethora of different opinions because of that.
they are good with everything, excel with electronic music - Boards Of Canada, Plaid, Squarepusher just to name a few of my favorites, on high volume of course for those wizards
I use them for pretty much everything but my main taste is 90s American punk and Britpop. I've not heard anything they don't sound good with.
They're best with music where vocals are not important and bass is
Edit: Oh no, did I write that in public
Ah yes. Did we not mention that the Blons don’t actually do vocals. They just seem to delete them.
Damn, I knew I missed something
Mine must be defective. Vocals are great.
Just like having a built-in Thompson Ve-4?
But does this make you happy: