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Offline Deke609

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Arvo Part
« on: May 17, 2019, 05:52:04 pm »
Just discovered Arvo Part. I picked up the 1984 ECM release, "Tabula Rasa", from 7digital a year ago, but didn't really get into it - with a new SII-2A3 not yet burned in, all I heard was a minimalist tone composition.

Decided to give it another listen today, with Beepre and SII-45 now pretty much burned in, both with recent cap upgrades. Wow. Put it on this afternoon just to test and ended up listening for 2 hrs on repeat, totally zoned out, transfixed and transported. Gidon Kremer and Keith Jarrett are superb on "Fratres for violin and piano" and the "Cantus" is out of this world. Such rich textures - now I can finally hear them!  Loving the BeePre/SII-45 combo with the V-caps.  Man this sounds great.
Derek
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Roon Intel NUC ->  Yggdrasil DAC -> BeePre (w/ BeeQuiet and JJs)  -> Stereomour IIs (2A3 and 45 Conversion - both fully upgraded)  -> Audeze LCD4