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Both gain strategies have trouble shifting speeds, and even at their best both only approximate the actual durations of real-life musical notes. This is the way things stood until fairly recently. Yeah, some solid-state had begun to slow down enough to let you smell the roses; and some tubes had gained significantly in transient speed and clarity.
But, as Jacob correctly notes, the fundamental virtues and vices of tubes and solid-state have remained more or less the same. Not that you would mistake the sound of MBL for ARC; they both still shine where transistors and tubes customarily shine. This is a classic example of instrumental decay—the lowlevel harmonic and dynamic information at the tail end of a note. In the past, tubes have been the indisputable champs of decay, and of very low-level resolution of tone color and dynamics.
Even though they are often noisier than solid-state, they still hold onto notes longer, spinning them out more fully than transistors do. With the MBL D, this paradigm was, for the first time, turned on its head. With the D, the end of that note is like a bank vault door closing.
In fact, it is downright gorgeous. The truly wonderful thing about having all this beauty, energy, and resolution on tap is how much the D can tell you not just about where, when, and how individual instruments are being played, but also about the way in which an entire piece of music is designed to work. What is the reason for this sudden increase in solid-state resolution, particularly with longer-duration events, like the build-up and decay of timbre?
HP has recently argued that the improved resolution of the best gear is due, across the board, to a significant lowering of the noise floor. Part of the difference between solid-state and tubes— part of the reason for their characteristically different timing errors—is the speed with which they dispense their energy.
With their quicker rise times, solid-state preamps and amps were always better at events that called for sudden bursts, like transients or big dynamic swings, and because of their advantage in bandwidth this inherent speed was also available at the frequency extremes. This has now changed. At the same time, it is also fair to say that the ARC Reference 3—with its greatly improved bandwidth, lower noise floor, and significantly beefed-up power supply—no longer blunts starting transients to the extent that tubes once did; nor is it anything like a slouch at the frequency extremes.
While not quite the inexhaustible dynamo that is the MBL D, the Ref 3 comes surprisingly close to that new paragon closer, actually, than I gave it credit for when I reviewed it , and exceeds the D in certain important respects for which, see below. First, it is persistently a bit darker and prettier than life.
I doubt if either of these colorations will bother anyone much, but, for the record, they are there. Second, while it has more detail overall than anything else out there, some information escapes it. The D cannot be beat from the plane of the instruments—which, characteristically with the MBL, are set back a bit in the soundstage—to the rear walls of the hall or studio. But…from the plane of the instruments forward to the listener, the Audio Research beats it out.
What I am referring to here is the way instrumental voices are projected towards you and recede back as dynamics build and wane—what I call action or bloom. Options modules 7. Maintenance 9. Page 5 D mbl D input level unit with record selector indicator LEDs display input selector volume control output selector switches output level unit Page 6 D mbl D balanced-in optional input RCA inputs power switch variable output group 2 variable output group 1 connector for power cord and fuse holder MBL assumes no responsibility for accidents and damages caused by improper settings.
Further, changes made to the voltage setting by a technician will not be covered by the warranty either. Page 9: Front Panel Controls D 3. Front Panel Controls 3. The pro- cessor enables the connection of an extern surround-decoder. Page Input Section D 3. Record selector With the record select buttons the signal source for a connected tape machine can be controlled.
The recording procedure can be performed independently of playback; for example, the tuner can be routed to the output using the input control while a tape recording is being performed from CD. Page Volume Control D 3. Rotating the Volume control clockwise will increase the volume, rotating it counter clockwise will lower the volume. Page Remote Control D 5. Sliding a switch upward the respective outputs are on, sliding it downward they are o.
The LED between output level potentiometer indicates the selected status. Page Options Modules D 7. Options modules All installations must be performed exclusively by your MBL dealer. Page 14 Unplug the unit before cleaning!
To clean the exterior surfaces of your mbl D use a dry, soft cloth. Page 15 D 9. Features of the mbl D 9. Page Troubleshooting D Page 22 5. Fernbedienung 7. Optionen Module 7. Schnelle Hilfe Technische Daten Page 27 1 symmetrischer Ausgang 13 pro Kanal 2. Page 28 D 3. Page Record Selector D 3. Page 30 D 3. Dieses Potentiometer ist elektrostatisch und magnetisch geschirmt.
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The mbl D rises to the level of natural articulation offered by the Lamm L2, if not quite up to the M77s timbral naturalism. But it manages to do everything. Preamplifier mbl D The audiophile masterpiece among our preamplifiers is the best proof of our quest for excellence. Experts call it „The Preamplifier“. MBLD HIFI C MKIII Audio Stereo Pre-amp ADANZ Pre-amplifier Bare Board The board contains three-way audio source switching Among the three audio.