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i have sometimes noticed a drop in performance,like last night for instance,my TT sounded stunning,lots of air to the sound,plucked upright bass on a track i know well sounded so life like.
today it seems to have just lost that edge,the bass sounds a little muddy.vta etc is all set.
i know system seem to have an off day,is the answer a bmu i wonder?
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Please don't expect a BMU to transform the sound of an iffy system to a hugely higher level, 'cos it won't. If the sound is basically good, with a tuneful and taut bass reproduction especially rather than a boomy stodge which many manufacturers call 'bass,' and with a midrange which is able to convey the air, atmosphere and acoustic of a recording venue or recording production, you should find the BMU helps the ability to 'suspend disbelief' in the sound so you can more effortlessly hear into the recorded mix for musical benefit and not just forensic clarity. Nothing to do with listening-room atmosphere, humidity and listener's mood, both of which can change on a whim, but deeper than that and in this case, for objective measurable differences too I believe.
S'cuse the verbal diarrhoea above. The BMU benefits, if you need and hear them, are permanent and these benefits in 'listening comfort' don't alter from day to day.
Try one, if you enjoy music rather than 'just' the sound, you may find it indispensable
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