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Nelson Pass mentions his LRS's in interview with the Audiophiliac

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Posted on February 1, 2021 at 16:38:29
TitaniumTroy
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At the 22 minute mark, Nelson Pass mentions to Steve Guttenburg that he has Magnapan LRS's and is experimenting with positioning in the room and trying different amplifiers.

I like it when Steve mentions LRS vs the .7s, and says the LRS's have imaging and transparency on another level. Which the .7s cant match but they have more bass and fuller bodied sound. I agree from what I have heard.

 

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Thanks for the link, posted on February 3, 2021 at 12:36:06
E-Stat
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I enjoy Nelson's laid back approach to audio. And it seems both of them share the same barber!

He has some mannerisms that remind me of an older brother.

 

RE: Nelson Pass mentions his LRS's in interview with the Audiophiliac , posted on February 16, 2021 at 11:56:21
paul3
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I especially enjoyed listening to Mr. Pass talk about speakers. I've got .7's in a narrow room (11' wide) and am seriously considering replacing them with a pair of LRS. Some, like Guttenberg, claim the LRS is a more "detailed" speaker. But maybe that's too broad a brush considering all the variables. Anyway, the LRS are definitely a bit smaller!

 

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