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Now the Magister Pro is available for pre-order.
You want try the best and the most enjoyable amplifiers to "royally" amplify the Odin and the future KennertonThror?
Well, after the Odin, with the exceptional and uncompromise amps Viva Egoista 845 and 2A3; and after the prototype of the Thror with the impressive Cayin HA 300 (300 B tubes), there is now, according to the comments of Zeppelin, the Odin with the majestic Auris Headonia 2A3.
" Odin is a name worthy of this King. One of the most natural acoustics we've ever heard. Rich in tone, profound in presentation."
(said Zeppelin on facebook about this combo)
That looks (and I would guess sounds) awesome.
By the way, got my second Vali today!
Next purchases: perhaps the Kennerton upgrade cable, and a Magister Pro for the closed-back option...
IMHO the Custom Litz Kennerton cable is a very good and interesting option for your Kennerton headphone, in particularly with the Odin (and also the Thror) : big dynamic and even more clarity and transparency with them, not to mention this cable is very pleasant to use (very flexible and soft to the touch).
As for the Magister Pro that we see in video here, it would be both better and cheaper than the old Magister, with perhaps a softer and pleasant sound with the velvet pads.
For those who would be interested, here is the link (on facebook) of the last interview with Kennerton CEO Valentin Kazanzhi.
Has anyone done a comparison/review between the flagship Fischer FA-011, the Kennerton Magister/Magister Pro, and the Kennerton Vali? That would be interesting.
I am very keen on the new Magister Pro, but I admit, I am skeptical about the use of glued-together wood blocks to form the ear cup. (It looks good, but will it last over time?) Hmm...
I propose a riddle (in stages):
What colors is a bee?
Answer : Yellow and black.
What makes a bee?
Answer : Honey in honeycomb cells.
What colors will the Kennerton Thror be presented at the next Canjam in Singapore on March 24-25?
Answer : The black for the wooden cups in Bog Oak and the honey-colored yellow for the Thror's driver with the carbon frame (painted yellow-honey color) and with a lightened membrane in "honeycomb".
Bees and honey are in the spotlight with the Thror!
And I do not need more to add, about the music produced by the Thror, well, it's honey for the ears ...
Have a nice week end.
max_audiomaster100% honey =)))
Meet you in Singapore)))))
And it's a safe bet that the Kennerton Thror, also painted yellow-honey (for its lightweight driver honeycomb for the membrane and carbon for the frame), will make the buzz at the next CanJam in Singapore, next week-end (on March 24-25)!
Otherwise, what's more normal than a little honey for the Russian Bear (Kennerton), officially present on site in Singapore!
Here, about bee, there is one that has strayed and landed ....on the Thror's driver !
We wonder why!
Apparently there is a profound intelligence to that instinctual honeycomb design found in nature. I love seeing that grill on the Vali
Otherwise, the name of Odin "Third" (3rd of the name) is known: it will be the Odin Thridi; it is one of the many names of Odin in Nordic mythology.
It will be a lightened Odin of 100 g and it should usethe same honeycomb membrane as the Thror, but not the same frame which will remain in metal (and not in carbon).
Note: Thridi in French is also a word game with 3D!
The Thror, meanwhile, will weigh 200 g less than the current Odin (MK2).
Don't worry about glued-together wood blocks))) They are much stronger than they seem.