Appointment to Mono and Stereo as Senior Contributing Reviewer

Ron Resnick

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Matej Isak -- CEO, Editor-in-Chief and Founder of Mono and Stereo -- has appointed me as Senior Contributing Reviewer of Mono and Stereo.

Matej has published my Visit to Gryphon Audio Designs / Pendragon Review as my inaugural appearance in Mono and Stereo:

http://www.monoandstereo.com/2016/02/gryphon-audio-pendragon-loudspeakers.html

"Ron Resnick joins the Mono & Stereo team, opening up his grand act with an elaborate review of the Gryphon Audio Pendragon flagship loudspeaker. Ron's down to earth, compelling, insightful and elaborate writing will be a great, valued addition to Mono and Stereo and his vision follows the quest that our team believes in. Thanks and welcome aboard Ron!"

I thank Matej, and I am grateful to him for this appointment!
 

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This is great news ! I like Metej and his publication. His review was one of the key reasons, I sought out a Robert Koda K10 for evaluation and subsequent purchase...
 

Mike Lavigne

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very cool, Ron.

I know you put a lot of effort into your reviews.
 

Ron Resnick

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Thank you, gentlemen, for your very kind wishes and comments! I appreciate every one of them!
 
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Congratulations Ron,

You have a lovely easy writing style that is a pleasure to read. I am sure that Mono & Stereo is lucky to have you aboard.
 

marty

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A big congrats! I think you, marty and David have the best writing styles on the forum!
That's very kind of you Bruce. I also wish to congratulate Ron on a wonderful review. But the hell with the review. What I really want is an invitation to visit to hear them in your new listening lair in LA (since you can now get them at accommodation pricing!!)

Ron,
I'm not sure I understand what the user controls on the rear of the speaker do to allow individual room voicing. I think adjusting the bass levels are rather straightforward but are all the controls I see (volume, "Q" etc) all for the bass only? Or are there midrange and tweeter controls as well?
Marty
 

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Fabulous 1st review with not too much hyperbole unlike some who come across like salesman for the product. Enjoyed reading it
 

Ron Resnick

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Thank you, Bruce! I am flattered to be put in the same company as Marty and David!
 

Ron Resnick

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That's very kind of you Bruce. I also wish to congratulate Ron on a wonderful review. But the hell with the review. What I really want is an invitation to visit to hear them in your new listening lair in LA (since you can now get them at accommodation pricing!!)

Ron,
I'm not sure I understand what the user controls on the rear of the speaker do to allow individual room voicing. I think adjusting the bass levels are rather straightforward but are all the controls I see (volume, "Q" etc) all for the bass only? Or are there midrange and tweeter controls as well?
Marty
Thank you, Marty!

The adjustments on the woofer towers are volume, Q, low-cut (rumble filter) and mute.

There is no adjustment for the ribbon.

There is a - 1dB, flat and + 1 dB toggle switch for the tweeters.