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AlternateContinuum said:
I appreciate your 'fact hunt'
I swear I'm going to start visiting the gym soon! :sob:

J.
 

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JPsychodelicacy said:
AlternateContinuum said:
I appreciate your 'fact hunt'
I swear I'm going to start visiting the gym soon! :sob:

J.
Doh! now you've really spiked my guilty conscience...I joined a gym A FUCKING YEAR ago and I've still not even been in the door :ph34r:
Soon I won't be able to get out of my own door :Sad:
 

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Many thanks for all of the input guys! :drinking:

The Yams were indeed excellent - the clarity with one of my Platipus tracks was breathtaking... I felt like I was able to 'see' the whole of the arrangement in space. They were let down a bit by some of the 'larger' tracks though, and I did feel that the bottom end lacked something, but I was half expecting this following the info posted here.

Next up was the Alesis. I heard the 'booming' guys here had mentioned straight away, but if required, I knew that this could be tamed. The clarity in the mid range didn't seem as good as the Yams, but I really enjoyed the overall presentation of my sample tracks, from top to bottom, and I ended up getting these. :Smile3:

Although the spacial separation didn't appear as clear to me at first as the Yams, I did start to see it happening and I'm going to enjoy using the Alesis and learning all about them.

Thanks again guys!
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