- Nov 5, 2010
For what it’s worth, I typically listen to Andromeda in the mornings when I’m doing cardio because I don’t like to get myself too pumped up - I need to pace myself if I’m going to make it through an hour, so I listen to rock, blues rock, sometimes black metal, etc. It’s easy to just rock out to it and enjoy myself. I typically listen to the Vega in the evening when I do weight training. The playlist for this is a lot heavier: Meshuggah, Archspire, Vale Of Pnath, Nevermore, Dyscarnate - mostly prog metal and tech death. I can crank the Vega up right before a set and summon a big rush of adrenaline to put up the weight I need to hit my goal. So it’s a very different experience for me between the two Vega is a “rush” whereas Andromeda is more of a “flow”.
Hey man, went ahead and placed an order on the Auteur! Super excited to hear them. How does it handle the bands you mentioned? I.e. how does it handle the music that gets really busy? I find that my biggest complaint with my current go-to (LCD 2's pre fazor) is that if the music gets complex it gets congested and sounds like a wall of sound.