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Funk Firm Little Super Deck
p2 Sound Quality
P3 Conclusion
p4 Measured Performance
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CONCLUSION
At this price point it offers excellent value both sonically and, to my eyes, aesthetically. The only thing this deck does not seem to provide is a romantic, rose-tinted-lens view of the music. It seems quite honest in its sonic behaviour. It will let you know that a record is past its best, but doesn’t make it the centre of the listener’s attention. The focus is always on the musical content of the grooves. Throughout my listening I felt involved in the music, rather than just listening to it, which is surely the whole point of the exercise. Recommended.


The Funk Firm Little Super Deck,  from £1100.00


New entry level deck with a good sound and affordable upgrade path.

FOR
- precise timing
- expansive soundstage
- pleasing aesthetics

AGAINST
- nothing at the price

The Funk Firm
+44 (0) 1273 585042

www.thefunkfirm.co.uk

System used:
Luxman E200 phonostage.
Townshend Allegri pre-amp.
2 x Quad 303 power amps.
Kelly KT3 loudspeakers.

Music used:
Mozart ‘Clarinet Concerto in A major.’ Gervase De Peyer. London Symphony Orchestra conducted by Peter Maag. London Records. CS.6178. circa 1961.

Miss Della Reese. ‘Special Delivery’ RCA VIctor Records. SF-5112. 1961.

Johnny Cash. ‘Orange Blossom Special’ CBS Records. BPG 62501. 1965.

Human Blue. ‘Electric Roundabout’. Spiral Trax Records. SPIT LP 010. 2002.

 



 

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