I doubt I would post because the forum is as boring as a local British Women's Institute meeting discussing their cake making, but it is a question of principle.
According to Pinky you will suddenly become happier, safer, discover you were an idiot to think it worked etc, etc, etc.Yomanze wrote:I have been using balanced mains for well over a year now, am going to take it out tonight to see what happens.
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its out , just one thing , forsaking adverts aint cheap it is £15 . But I suppose as it covers 3 months is not more expensive than 3 monthly mags .
Discussing this with Nick and Ali and they suggested that the effect I noticed was because we were hearing more of the bass, what it actually sounds like.
So this week I have had another session with BMU in place BUT in my system I can still hear that bass thickening all the time unlike the NEBO system where it sounded natural. Got to conclude it may well be my system is not good enough to make the most of it. That in itself is another whole can of worms. There were some very good set-ups at NEBO that have made me think I need to have something of a re-evaluation there. Not sure what.
Richard - I see you have completed your move. I will have a day off this week as I have to go to the bank and do some other tedious crap so will post the unit back to you then if that is okay.