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Kennerton Thror in Karelian birch stabilized (tinted resin)
Kennerton Thridi in Karelian birch stabilized (tinted resin)
They are also superb!
What work! From raw wood to the perfect piece of art for finishing.
Translation (*) of the Russian text (from the new link above):
(*) using both Google, Bing and DeepL translator
" I will complete my impressions of Odin and Thror.
Thror is better suited to complex genres such as jazz or progressive. And the Odin is good when you need emotions and dynamism, for example hard rock.
Is it possible in the future to use the Odin's driver instead of an alternative version of Thror? "
Kennerton Magni in Karelian birch stabilized (tinted resin)
It would make me almost regret my recent order of a Kennerton Magni headphones wooden in Karelian birch (natural).
I want them all !
Damn! Those look killer!
I believe that ZMF and Kennerton share the same passion for beautiful woods; they are both right to present different versions of their headphones with woods all more beautiful than each other.
I totally agree! I am a ZMF fanboy, and love wood headphones. The Kennerton, have really caught my eye, and now I have starting to do the research. We shall see, if a Kennerton headphone is in my near future. . .
When two fans meet!
ZMF just like Kennerton are brands with a strong character.
You are going to please @Arcamera (Andrew) who loves both brands, and, in the case of Kennerton, the Vali.
Do not you think this one is superb?
For my part, I just ordered a Magni (this one) which in my humble opinion has nothing to envy to the Stellia of Focal!
Wow!!! That open back is stunning!
Like them : Four killers !
Yeah. Too bad. I did ask Kennerton (Ivan) about the green one when I first saw it. Unfortunately, he told me that Valentin had it reserved for someone in Russia.
I’m still waiting for my natural Karelian to arrive in Thailand.
Too bad indeed!
It's mostly the black tinted blue color Karelian birch stabilized Thror that I would have liked to have had.
I hope you will soon receive your Thror in natural Karelian birch, a very rare tree essence in Thailand!
(Note: The sap of the tree must be freezing in winter to obtain these remarkable mottles so characteristic of Karelian birch, which is much more common in northern Russia, the Karelian country, and the Finland).
Otherwise, you know that it is thanks to you that I just ordered my Magni (for my son Raphael, 16 years old), also in natural Karelian birch, even if the wooden cups of this closed headphones are limited to a simple ring of wood ; nothing compares to the much more elaborate cups of the Odin, Thridi and Thror.
I hope you're always happy with your Kennerton Magni headphones; I believe you are one of the first owners of this amazing closed-back headphones.
I always like darker color woods than lighter ones. And my only Karelian cups I have (from none other than Fischer Audio, for FA003) were kinda underwhelming.
That being said, it's wood ... so everyone of them is different. So, I do sincerely hope I will find the Karelian I'll be getting to be good and make up for my lack of luck in acquiring what I really want.
And, you're welcome for the Magni