SoulSonic Impact speaker


Miro Krajnc installed his SoulSonic Impact speaker few days ago for the test and review. This is company "smallest" speaker so far (but not small at all :) ). In combination with Robert Koda Takumi K-10 preamplifier, Sanders Magtech power amplifier, Skorgrand and Element Audio cables sound surprised even the designer himself. One thing, that we both agreed on is the potent insertion of Robert Koda Takumi K-10. This preamplifier simply bring music in unparalleled way. Mesmerising. 

Impact is a "room" friendly by nature, but we both did't expect this to a such degree. Even when speakers were moved back to the wall, there was no lack of focus and clarity. I'll elaborate along with my listening notes soon, but this dipole-ribbon combination is something completely different.

Stay tuned for in depth review in due time. So far this is one of most ethereal, musical and intimate audio experiences. Whole Impact sounds feather like with all the smallest musical nuances and for the first time even small volume level brings out the intimacy without sounding pale like for example MBL 101 can. Yes, that good! More pictures below...

















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