EAT C-Sharp

SoundMag - - Review / Turntables -


The com­bi­na­tion of the C-Sharp and the Orto­fon Quin­tet Black car­tridge pro­duced ap­peal­ing sound that had rhyth­mic drive and made nearly ev­ery­thing re­viewer AJ spun fun to lis­ten to. The combo sim­ply played the mu­sic on nearly ev­ery­thing he threw at it. Al­though the EAT lacked the ul­ti­mate res­o­lu­tion and neu­tral­ity of pricier ana­logue front-ends, AJ still found its “sins” of omis­sion more than ac­cept­able. In­deed, he found him­self spend­ing more time lis­ten­ing to com­plete al­bums dur­ing the re­view pe­riod than what he’d orig­i­nally al­lo­cated for the eval­u­a­tion.

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