In Reply to: Not for me. posted by Kal Rubinson on July 22, 2012 at 17:46:21:
Just picked up Janis' Prokofiev 3rd spread over two sides, (as opposed to the original Merc) and am just sitting here blown away. Not just subtly better than RFR original but leaps and bounds better: bloom around piano, hall ambience improved, transparency.... Not a big Janis fan in this work but I'm sold.
Tell HP to look out for it. : ) Pictured on Left.
Don't usually do a head's up but I can't find any info on this Japanese series, and usually find Japanese masters to be a little dull, if beautifully-presented.
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