Wednesday, November 27, 2013
"Beethoven: Violin Sonatas nos. 9 & 10" (CD)
I'm auditioning some new speakers by KEF and a modern-day Marantz home theater 5.1 receiver this week. It seemed a good time to pull out this ridiculously crazy recording made by two of the crazier, enigmatic members of the classical music world.
I've listened to this particular recording of the 'Kreutzer' sonata before, and I have to say, it sounds pretty good on these speakers.
Incidentally, my off-the-shelf Samsung blu-ray sounds pretty fine as a CD player also.
They are by no means low-end, but research online amongst the HT nerds didn't yield that much helpful information. They do accept bi-amping and seem very well-built, so as far as home theaters go, this is a very respectable set. As hi-fi speakers, they seem to hold their own. It's got me debating the amount of gear I've accumulated in the last couple of years.
Let's debate that further while we put another CD in.
Posted by T. at 11:35 AM