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Re: Creek are not 'warm' sounding CD Players at all. Cool side of neutral if anything. (NT)

Posted by indycar on March 3, 2007 at 23:32:57:

soo.. .. .. your advice is? Not to take you to task, but i have been impressed. I am breaking in a classic right now, and will compare it to a few highly regarded CDP. I am not biased, but the Creek EVO spanked the Rega Apollo. There is nothing wrong with down playing the Creek .. .. but why not enlighten us with you system or pick?

Admittedly, I have not been on the cutting edge of digital have just been so disappointed. The entry level Creek turned me on, in fact, I stayed up till 5am the first night i got it home just listening. Such was the step-up from my JVC/ Art dio (modified)