16. lutego 2012 · Możliwość komentowania The High End Novum PMR Premium Resonator została wyłączona · Kategorie:Audiovoodoo

To jest coś co każdy audiofil po prostu musi miećNie można bowiem żyć bez gustownej mosiężnej miednicy, która zmienia tak cudownie dźwięk.

Choć tak dla ścisłości materiałem z którego wykonano to cudo jest brąz. Jak bowiem twierdzi producent, jest to jedyny materiał na świecie, który jest w stanie:

resonate and complement key tones, intermediate tones as well as overtones.

W dodatku:

 As already mentioned, all of our products are specially handmade. Our singing bowl (PMR) has been calculated and planned by an acoustics scientist and an instrument maker. In addition, the drawing was tested and refined in detail by Dutch scientists with the Finite Element Method (FEM: an extremely precise method to calculate instruments, please consult the internet for further information.) The Finite Element Method used to refine our products is a procedure which complements the knowledge of instrument makers who had been forced to develop new products by a trial-and-error method for millennia. This is why the production of the PMR is based on scientific results combining the FEM with the experiences of instrument makers. We use this scientific method to develop even more cast-bronze products which are necessary to improve acoustic patterns

Wybaczcie, ale za cienki jestem, żeby podejmować się tłumaczenia tej ezoterycznej poezji o śpiewającej misce

Cena: $2190

I na koniec jak zwykle recenzje w oryginale:

Physically, forgetting the intended purpose of the PMR momentarily, it’s a pretty cool-looking piece of metal. A kind of a modern art looking sculpture in roughly the shape of a pan or bowl. Sitting on its stand, it is quite striking in appearance. However, when I placed the PMR into my system and turned on the music is where all the amazement began. And what, exactly, happened you ask? Well, EVERYTHING! To be more specific, the soundstage opens up with an increased sense of palpability and air. Simultaneously, images become more focused and solidified – the “thereness” illusion is much more enhanced. But the best part, at least in my system was, that instruments and voices in particular sounded more believably life-like! It seems that the actual harmonic structure of individual instruments are somehow enhanced so that they sound more truthful. A good analogy would be varying the color intensity on your TV monitor. Decreasing the color level gives images that opaque and colorless bleached-out look. As you readjust, the images move away from bleached-out and back to color. Until I heard the PMR in my system I, like most of us, would have sworn my system was harmonically spot-on. The addition of the PMR has since given me a truer indication that my system was a little „bleached out” in terms of its color saturation. And as a result, the PMR does to instruments and voices what adjusting the „color” on a TV does. Harmonics are more correct and that makes the music sound more natural and more like the real thing. The overall result of these improvements is a much more engaging and pleasurable listening experience.

In the final analysis, I simply enjoy the music more!


 I invited two of my audiophile friends over a few days later to get their take on the PMR. I made sure I didn’t talk about it before we sat down to play their discs. The first time we listened to a few select tracks of their choosing, it was without the PMR in the room. I then retrieved the PMR and placed it in position. I repeated the tracks as they continued listening. One of my buddies soon remarked about the “sweetness of the sound.” “Vivid” and “pristine” came from my other friend. I then asked, “To what degree do you hear a change?” Both offered a resounding “significant!”

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