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For those of you who read this r

For those of you who read this review and immediately found yourself clicking “add to shopping cart,” don’t hit “checkout” just yet. Your audio system will definitely still not sound right without some of these:

“Brilliant Pebbles” from Machina Dynamica:

http://www.machinadynamica.com/machina31.htm

See? We here at EE Journal are always lookin’ out for ya!

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