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But each & every time I make a comparison between the SM & DPL II, the latter always sounds muddy & congested compared to the SM. The SM just sounds so alive & distinct. I have never used DPL II since getting the SM v2 except to compare.
I agree. They're certainly similar, but there's just something better about the SM.
 

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Schiller's music is a prime candidate for this little blue eyed monster.

I'm playing this one now
Reference quality in showing off the skills of the Oz Box

 

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Schiller's music is a prime candidate for this little blue eyed monster.

I'm playing this one now
Reference quality in showing off the skills of the Oz Box


I like the "blue eyed monster" description!
 
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