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bart 09-26-2021 04:15 PM

This is the place where the testing will happen, once the foam will be installed.

They found there were some small reflections so they taped cardboard around the microphone neck to smooth them out.

At Grimm, they know their crafts and technical skills!

Each and every sound is picked up.

bart 09-26-2021 04:18 PM

A laser printer:

bart 09-26-2021 04:24 PM

This will be the listening room:

They are currently testing other amplifier modules, but we were asked not to post pictures yet.
This is the current one:

We listened for a while.
On other occasions, I've heard the LS1bes sound better than they did here.
The room isn't treated yet, except for a carpet and a curtain behind the listening chair.
I also think they can be positioned a little better.
But this room is still a work in process, and the process has just begun.

The MU1 seen from above.

meza 09-26-2021 04:26 PM


Originally Posted by bart (Post 1046005)
All devices are tested for a couple of weeks before they leave.

My wife Meta liked the pink lights.

Yep, got carried away and took A LOT of pictures
All these lights are very photogenic... made me think of christmas :D

bart 09-26-2021 04:28 PM

The 'guts' of the speaker.

The bottom plates;

bart 09-26-2021 04:30 PM

The UC1.

The padouk is really nice.

bart 09-26-2021 04:33 PM

Room for tradition!
After all, the Eindhoven region has been a very creative part of the world regarding audio and video (Philips!).

bart 09-26-2021 04:37 PM

Don't ask me what all these apparatuses do! :D

A team working on new developments.

bart 09-26-2021 04:40 PM

This is where Justin works.

They are rolling out a new industrial motherboard for the MU1, instead of the Intel.

The new motherboard.

bart 09-26-2021 04:45 PM

Okay, our MU1 gets its new clock buffer!
It's the little white thingie on the left in the middle.

You can see there is room left in the device.

A nice update from last month is that the MU1 is now remote controllable.


That is for the next product: the MU2 probably. It will have a high grade DAC. Made by Grimm, so no off the shelf chips.

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