Test in sound and sound 5-2019
First let''s put something on, which actually always works: the joint work "Convergence" by Malia and Boris Blank. The record is doing its job here as well, and it''s excellent: it sounds spacious, complete and quite impressive . The punk array is quite sensitive as far as the setup is concerned: the angling in the horizontal has a clear influence on the midrange, the angle in the vertical changes the high tone level noticeably. Here, not a degree decides about well-being and woe, but the setup is a bit of care to recommend (but that''s always true). The Punk Array thanks a little effort with a slightly warm and extremely energetic basic character.The paired with the well-known loose and crisp Open-Baffl e-Basscharakter leads to a very compatible mix. Sure, at the bottom you have to make a few drawbacks, which is noteworthy but significant in so far enriched with such extreme synthetic bass as the material mentioned. Let''s treat ourselves to "Lucky Guy" by the outstanding MFSL remaster of Rickie Lee Jones'' classic "Pirates". Here, the bass sounds nice and round and "punchy", that''s the way it has to be. I am very enthusiastic about the tweeter capabilities of the mini-line array: The voice has exactly the brittleness that makes it so distinctive. And the whole thing has power - no wonder with so much sound radiating surface. Sometimes that reminds us of a wea little bit of the power of a big AMT - not bad. The transition between the two branches has succeeded perfectly well, here certainly helps the fact that both departments do without housing. In fact, I consider this combination even more successful than the original "Punk 15", which in the treble range has something - let''s say: more specific sound. This is detailed, buttery soft and extremely pleasant - great class. Special attention also deserves the kit price: Currently there''s the good piece for narrow 160 euros per page, which is a very fair offer.