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Re: Biased listening tests

> Obviously, a good set of speakers is a must. But IME once your
> system has been setup properly and you have achieved a certain
> amount of transparency and system synergy - only your source
> components will dictate how high a level of musicality your system > may achieve.
Well, we disagree on this. But evidently every link has an effect on the final result.

> Of all the CDP players you heard, (and I agree on many of your
> comments about them) - i will state that NONE of them IMO are what > I would consider highly musical players today - although in their
> day they may have been excellent. CDP's have gotten so much better > over the last 2 years that I urge you to try a current model
Well, you must take into account my limited budget. All these used components were bought (and often sold later) for less than $600.

What do you think about the Arcam Alpha 9, the NAD S-500, and the Rotel RCD-991 ? Your advice would help me a lot.

Best regards,

Yves Simon

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