Pure and MAD

Upon visiting the room of Colleen Cardas Imports, I was impressed by yet another small loudspeaker: the Signature version of the model 1920 mini-monitor ($3450/pair) from British firm MAD (for My Audio Design). The 1920 is described as designer Timothy Jung's take on the classic BBC LS-3/5a theme, and while it didn't sound precisely like that hallowed box, it was pleasing in much the same way when driven by the 65 WpcClass-A Monoblock Reference power amps ($15,500/pair) and Control Preamplifier ($9500) from Pure Audio, a company founded by the previous principals of Plinius. Source components were the Platinum Data CD IV disc transport ($3995) and The Analog D/A converter ($6995) from MSB Technology, while cabling and power-distribution products were by Furutech.
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Bromo33333's picture

I heard them, too - what I loved is while they didn't have low bass - you didn't miss it either.  Stellar!

Now to nit pick a little bit - what was the price per pair?

Stephen Mejias's picture

what was the price per pair?

$3450/pair.  I've now added this to the entry.  Thank you.

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