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Re: Slipsik 7

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In the latest edition of the Norwegian HiFi magazine Stereo+, Slipsik 7.1 and Gaio 2.4 are tested.

They both get fantastic reviews.

Slipsik is graded: Flexibility 9/10, Quality 9/10 and Sound value for money 9/10.

You can read it online, pages 46-49:
https://www.stereopluss.no
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Re: Slipsik 7

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Great ... congratulation ...
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Re: Slipsik 7

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'especially recommended' - v.nice :)
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tokenbrit wrote: 2020-10-07 14:56 'especially recommended' - v.nice :)
Yes, they placed Slipsik 7.1 in their "especially recommended" category.

I am happy!
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Re: Slipsik 7

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Another glorious review of Slipsik, this time from Greece (translated into English):

https://www.hiendnews.gr/lejonklou-mode ... ge-review/

The final conclusion:
"As an analogy, the Slipsik version 7 is the aural equivalent of a crystal-clear river experience, early noon in Spring. Lejonklou Swedish Audio has designed and manufactured, a wondrous solid-state phono stage that evokes emotion, preserves excellent texture and detail, in a manner that only world-class moving magnet preamps can achieve, also avoiding the mediocrity usually associated with mid/low-priced tubed ones. Factor in the exemplary dynamic behavior, spacious imaging, rock-solid bass and triode’s-alike music flow and you’ve got a moving magnet phono preamplifier, that truly transforms your low cost cartridges to something special and extracts from the higher cost ones the last iota of emotion and agility, all together at a reasonable cost. It may well be the last phonostage you’ll ever need, especially if you are a faithful moving magnet(s) user and avid vinyl lover."
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Re: Slipsik 7

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congratulations to another well deserved great review!
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