A WLM LaScala ára 1.190.000 Ft.
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Elküldve: 2013 október 30 - 06:50
Visszatérve a VéLeMényezésre szánt Sonata – (a’) La Scala pároshoz, egyszerű formájú, szépen kivitelezett darabokról van szó.
. A WLM hangfal és erősítő együttese kellemes hangulatot teremtett. Mind a hangfal és az erősítő stílusos egyszerűsége figyelemre méltó, érdekes volt számomra a magas tartomány szabályozhatósága és a hangfal alsó reflexnyílása is ami könnyebbé teszi a helységbeli elhelyezését.
A WLM lánc szép volt,a hangja nem volt maradéktalanul meggyőző - persze a sajátomat hallgatva is ritkán az , pláne egy koncert után.
Elküldve: 2013 október 30 - 06:45
Sziasztok! Az elmúlt héten nálam vendégeskedett a WLM erősítő+hangfal páros. Sokan megízlelték ezt az idehaza ismeretlen párost. Néhány képet felrakok ide is ha nem bánjátok.
Elküldve: 2013 február 23 - 17:05
As the Divas arrival coincided with that of the new Bryston 28B SST monoblocks (reviewed in this issue), I connected them for my first auditioning session. The Wyetech Labs Opal preamplifier (reviewed in Vol. 10, No. 2) and the Simaudio Andromeda CD player (also reviewed in this issue) completed this system. Bryston’s James Tanner was on hand to help connect amps and speakers and we fired up the system. After but a few bars of music, Tanner and I agreed that the Diva/Bryston combination created a bit of audio magic. Though I expected great imaging, I did not expect such astounding realism. The musicians were lined up horizontally on the sound stage and it was crystal clear how they were arranged. In addition to the awesome horizontal reach way outside the loudspeakers’ edges, depth, height, spatial elements and focus were evident.
As for the Divas’ sonic signature, I’d say that it is different from most other loudspeakers in this price range. The Divas left me with the impression that I wasn’t listening to loudspeakers with obvious markers, but rather to a curious organic source. Of course, it is my job to find and document shortcomings and while I found a few “curious” ones, they did not appear with well-produced listening material. However, a lot of mass produced recordings revealed a slightly pinched lower midrange around 300Hz. Frequencies below 300Hz to a fundamental 30Hz note were full-bodied and resolute, clearly demonstrating the speakers’ ability to recreate harmonics surrounding fundamental tones.
Reasoning that the speakers’ efficiency rating is very high, I connected the Divas to the 18 watts/channel Weytech Labs Topaz amp (reviewed in the last issue), connected it with the Simaudio P-8 preamplifier and the Andromeda CD player (both reviewed in this issue). As expected, the Wyetech Labs single-ended amp was a great match with the Divas. However, what I had expected to be the better system combination really wasn’t as the overall sound was almost identical to the system using the Bryston monoblocks. The midrange and bass areas did sound a touch richer and the very top frequencies had a little more “sparkle” than with the Brystons, but the tonal discrepancies were negligible. Imaging was as good, solid, focused, evidencing plenty of air around instruments and vocals.
All system combinations were wired up with Nordost Valhalla cables and later, with JPS Labs Aluminata cables (reviewed in this issue). While I liked the Valhallas best with the Topaz and Cary Audio amps, I preferred the JPS Labs with the Bryston monoblocks in the system.
Synopsis & Commentary
It is very rare to find a loudspeaker that doesn’t speak its own language. Confused? Well, think of a loudspeaker as a person with his/her specific individuality, speaking with his/her unique voice and language. All loudspeakers are unique in voice and dialect, often revealing maker and origin; this is often called a signature sound. The various tonal differences of loudspeakers are probably the reason why the market supports so many loudspeaker manufacturers. Many manufacturers decided a long time ago to provide the kind of sound you may like and at a price you may find attractive. There are other manufacturers that design and build loudspeakers that simply are good—and with the Divas, the WLM folks presented such a design.
If you like a speaker that sounds a bit forward, or subdued, or “honky” or “boomy” or other very distinguishing characteristics, the Divas are not for you. They are for folks who appreciate the unadulterated sound and timbre of a Stradivarius violin or an Amati bass; or the signature sound of a certain model Gibson guitar; or the sound of a Steinway piano. The Divas own “signature sound” is best described as organic—natural, not artificial or man-made. These loudspeakers do not get in the way of the music they are asked to reproduce. They will sound good with tube and solid-state amps (you can choose what you like) as long as they are of good quality. When wired up with compatible cables (the two brands I used qualify), you can expect to hear a well-balanced sonic performance, smooth over the entire frequency spread and ever so musical. The bass is surprisingly quick, the mids are sweet and the highs are delicate, but the best thing about these loudspeakers is their ability to create superb multidimensional image. It’s out of the box, out of the room, heck, it’s out of this world. Try a pair, you may like them as much as I did.
Elküldve: 2009 február 09 - 10:58
Elküldve: 2009 január 06 - 12:47
Hát igen a WLM-et nem az olcsósága miatt veszik, ez tény.
Szépek ezek csak nem olcsók.
Elküldve: 2009 január 05 - 21:42
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