Chris Mohammed

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Sennheiser PX 100-II Foldable Open Mini On-Ear Hea&hellip by Sennheiser
I had been using the earphones supplied with i-Pod classic for sometime now simply cause I had been unmotivated with upgrading. Now that my vacation is approaching, I thought it would be good to buy a cheap pair of headphones. Having looked around and noticing a lot on the market, I decided to buy these ones.

Now, I know they are not going to sound like high-end cans like my Grado GS 1000i with the open and stereo imaging these can produce but I know that Sennheiser are a good make and their HD 505 cans are quite breathtaking for closed cans. So, I was unsure as to how these portable phones were going to sound.

Well uncertainty has led to certitude as these little… Read more
Jeopardy and From The Lion's Mouth and All Fall Do&hellip ~ The Sound
21 of 22 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Quality Sound! Buy it, 1 May 2014
When these albums were released by Renascent in the early 2000s, they came housed in what can only be considered as beautifully and careful packaging. Lyrics were produced along with the late Adrian Borlandís comments about songs. It was clear from the outset that Renascentís aim was in creating lovely releases, similar to what, say, Postcard Records and Factory Records, had done.

Yet, however, the sound (no pun intended) quality of those discs are flat sounding and there was no sparkle in the music. In fact, I had audio versions (TDK MA metal tapes) that my friend had applied some EQ on that sounded better. In fact, I could not listen to the Renascent discs at all despite… Read more
Love Bomb ~ Tubes
Love Bomb ~ Tubes
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Poor remaster, 19 Mar 2012
Cherry Red have done some amazing things regarding re-releasing material via their offshoot label 'Esoteric.' Their newly remasters of Todd Rundgren's back catalogue and the recent Bill Nelson box set are simply superb sounding-especially when played on hi fidelity equipment such as my Cyrus 8XP-D/SE 8 player and heard through my B & W AS2 Sub and Spendor S3E speakers. Yet, I find this 1985 swan song effort to be simply terrible sounding and agree with the previous reviewer's comments.

Andy Pearce's remastering skills isn't exactly earth shattering (as usual) and with a co-worker at his sides, things are not improved. One would think he would of improved his skills after all… Read more

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