FYI:The neo-based versions are much lighter than the earlier standard-magnet versions, but they could be lighter if they'd ditch the 3/4" birch ply and move to a lighter weight and thinner plywood with internal bracing.
Could be. His last post was Dec.15th & right after it there is moderator intervention.
Two thread bans and a suspension.
No name calling
OK ! Just got my CLR Neo today , Played on it for about an hour with My Kemper . Love it ! Plenty of power and girth for my needs. I might even get another one ! This is the one to get i my Book. I have tried the Friedman ASM 12 , Xitone, and Mission. Though the Friedman sounds really good, the CLR is much smaller and lighter to carry. . . and does the more flat, un-colored sound that I need anyway. I am glad I finally got the CLR and this is now the one of my choice for sure.
CLR is flat. EV is not. I don't think the Xitone is in the running.I've done a ton of research and the top dogs are
1. Atomic CLR
2. Xitone & EV PXM-12MP
Just lookin for people's opinions....which one is the most FRFR (flat) I'm guessing its the CLR followed closely by the other 2...I most probably going to wait for a CLR but I'd love to hear what you guys think/have experienced.
I was just watching a video on the MF10...any idea if they can be purchased in the US? I didn't see United States in the country list on the store page...just wonderingI would add the red sound elis.8 and mf10 to your list of considerations. I’ve used many of the ‘end of chain’ options for various modelers and am currently trying out a pair of the elis.8s. They’re fantastic. Very compact and light but more ‘amp in the room’, in terms of the feel than other FRFR solutions I’ve tried. That’s not to say it isn’t flat… presets I make on my studio monitors sound very much the same, just a lot more ballsy with the stereo elis.8 setup. This isn’t true of most I’ve tried. It’s the first FRFR solution so far that I’ve considered keeping.
Ymmv, but I’d give a set a shot if you can find them.