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6N1P  6N2P  6N5P  in the Taboo MK 4 (Read 2059 times)
piezoman
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6N1P  6N2P  6N5P  in the Taboo MK 4
03/30/20 at 02:14:29
 
How do the basic sound chatacteristics compare with these in the Taboo?
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Re: 6N1P  6N2P  6N5P  in the Taboo MK 4
Reply #1 - 03/30/20 at 03:46:36
 
Brad,
I am unsure whether the 6N2P would be a good fit with the Taboo. I have a pair around somewhere, may have to try one in the input if I locate it.

What I hear as the differences between 6N1P and 6N5P is: the 6N1P is warmer and a tiny touch thicker sounding, the 6N5P is a touch leaner and a bit more open sounding in the treble and midrange and a bit quicker on its feet and gives out a tad less bass.
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Re: 6N1P  6N2P  6N5P  in the Taboo MK 4
Reply #2 - 03/30/20 at 03:52:27
 
Thanks Lon. That helps big time with a starting point.

I'll start with the Decware supplied stock config with the 6N1P driver  and then go from there.
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