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06-17-2017 | By David W. Robinson

Impressions: The GamuT Reference System, a Study in Organic Synergy

Sometimes you write reviews. Sometimes you write raves. And sometimes you write love songs… Introduction "Sherman, set the Way-Back Machine to THE Show Newport Beach Michael Vamos. I met him a few years ago at a THE Show at Newport Beach. He had just started his high-end audio distribution biz, Audio Skies (http://www.audioskies.com), at around... Read More »

06-16-2017 | By Robert Schryer

Klipsch Pilgrimage, 2017 - A Story About Speakers, People, and Hope

by Dave Mallette with assistance from Robert Schryer In 2014, a dozen of us from the Klipsch Community Internet forum held our first, the first, Forum-sponsored Klipsch Pilgrimage, at a motel in Hope, Arkansas, cradle of the Klipsch speaker company. It was an event intended to honor Klipsch and its founder, Paul Wilbur Klipsch (PWK),... Read More »

06-16-2017 | By Marc Phillips

The Secret Sisters, You Don't Own Me Anymore

New West Records BO6XPTH66X, LP $20.98, Amazon.com When it comes to harmonizing singers, who's your favorite group? The Beach Boys? Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young? The Fleet Foxes, who finally put out a somewhat troublesome yet utterly charming third album this week? My personal pick—John Doe and Exene from X—may be off the beaten path,... Read More »

06-15-2017 | By John Marks

Joel Fredericksen and Ensemble Phoenix Munich, Requiem for a Pink Moon

Good friend John Marks once again shares with PF readers the rich trove of musical discoveries that he shelters at his blog site, The Tannhauser Gate.  In this case, we have the delight of hearing the fusion of Elizabethan modalities with...mirabile dictu!...none other than a particular favorite of mine, Nick Drake. As unlikely as it seems, the... Read More »

06-15-2017 | By David W. Robinson

From the LA Audio Show: PF's DSD Seminar PowerPoints

From the LA Audio Show:  PF's DSD Seminar PowerPoints Those of you who were at the recent LA Audio Show had an opportunity to attend the Positive Feedback DSD Update Seminar. In it, PF Associate Editor Brian Moura and I presented a one-hour discussion of some recent developments in DSD hardware, recordings available in DSD, and download sites... Read More »

06-13-2017 | By Dave Clark

Audio Ramblings - The Aurender A10 and Comments on Cables from WireWorld

So, two things on my mind here… the Aurender A10 and how wonderfully musical it is, and the WireWorld Starlight Cat8 Ethernet cables… and how they work so well together. I mean they work great by themselves with the Aurender A10 going a long way in terms of musicality, delicacies, nuances, bass, slam, and depth…... Read More »

06-11-2017 | By Jeff Day

The Acoustic Revive Chronicles, Chapter 13: The RPT-6 Absolute NCF Power Distributor, the Power Reference TripleC NCF AC Power Cord, and the RAS-14-TripleC NCF Power Stabilizer

Acoustic Revive was founded in Japan in 1997 by Mr. Ken Ishiguro, who is the design genius behind the innovative and ultra-quality Acoustic Revive products. Like many hi-fi enthusiasts, Ken-san's interest in audio arose through his love for music as a youngster. Ken-san told me, "I was listening to the Beatles when I was fourteen... Read More »

06-10-2017 | By Carol Clark

Los Angeles Audio Show Part Five

Continuing on with our coverage of the Los Angeles Audio Show... Part Five. ELAC. Stellar speakers for $6k a pair. MBL radialstrahler loudspeakers, new Noble Line stereo preamplifier, mono amplifier, and CD-DAC N31. Wireworld Eclipse Series 7 cabling. Perfect8, High End Zone, Ypsilon, Aurender. Rafe Arnott of Part-Time Audiophile checking the gear out. Perfect8 loudspeaker.... Read More »

06-09-2017 | By Greg Weaver

Munich High End 2017 - The Greatest Audio Show on Earth?

Bavarian Spring My flight landed at Flughafen München in Munich, the Bavarian capital and third most populous city in Germany, exactly on time, mid-morning Wednesday, May 17th. After stretching, collecting my bag, changing some currency from US dollars to Euro's, and using a vending machine to buy a Day Travel Pass for Munich's extensive public... Read More »

06-09-2017 | By Carol Clark

Los Angeles Audio Show Part Four

Continuing on with our coverage of the Los Angeles Audio Show... Part Four. Musical Fidelity, Crystal Cable, Audio Plus Services. Musical Fidelity. A new look. Micromega, Focal, Audio Plus Services. Micromega, Focal, Audio Plus Services. Way cool. IsoAcoustics, SPL, XLO Cables, Audio Plus Services. IsoAcoustics, SPL, XLO Cables, Audio Plus Services. Ayon Audio Scorpio Gen... Read More »

06-09-2017 | By Carol Clark

Los Angeles Audio Show Part Three

Continuing on with our coverage of the Los Angeles Audio Show... Part Three. Channel Islands Audio had two passive line controllers, the PLC.1 MKII and the PEQ.1 MKII both with AC.15 MKII upgrade power supply. D.200 MKII monoblock amplifiers, DMC.1 MKII digital music console with VDC.5 MKII upgrade power supply. Transient MKII USB DAC, also... Read More »

06-08-2017 | By Carol Clark

Los Angeles Audio Show Part Two

Continuing on with our coverage of the Los Angeles Audio Show... Part Two. Elite Audio Systems, Viola Labs, Kharma International. Alma Music & Audio were showing Dan D'Dagostino Progression monoblock amplifiers, Audio Research REF 10 preamplifier, Linn Klimax DSM music server, Innuos Zen MkII music server, YG Acoustics Sonja 1.2 loudspeakers, Iso Tek power conditioners,... Read More »

06-07-2017 | By Carol Clark

Los Angeles Audio Show Part One

This was the first time for this new show, also known as the LAAS. The venue moved from Orange County to LAX. This show report will feature a lot of pictures, and in some cases not much in the way of captions. Our goal here was to photograph as many rooms/exhibitors as possible (well over... Read More »

06-05-2017 | By Jeremy Kipnis

The State of the High End Audio Show

Jeremy R. Kipnis & Bob Carver at New York Audio Show - Nov. 2016 As a teenager of 17, I was introduced to CES: The Winter Consumer Electronics Show by a close engineering and audiophile friend, Richard Mintel. Back then, this monumental event, taking place in Las Vegas from January 6-9, 1983 sprawled countless hotels... Read More »

06-05-2017 | By Adam Goldfine

An Interview with Dan D'Agostino

Dan D'Agostino is a name that is nearly synonymous with high end audio. As the founder of Krell, Dan pioneered the development of high powered, Class A, solid-state amplifiers that were nearly indestructible and could drive any speaker load presented to it. They were among the first solid-state components to provide a viable alternative to... Read More »

05-30-2017 | By Brian Moura

Sony Adds Quad DSD to Car Digital Media Player

Sony RSX-GS9 Playing Dirty Work by Jenna Mammina in DSD 11.2 MHz (Photo: Blue Coast Music) Sony Electronics has announced that their RSX-GS9 Car Digital Media Player is now available with Quad Rate DSD (11.2MHz) playback. Current owners of the RSX-GS9 can upgrade their players by downloading and installing a free software upgrade from the... Read More »

05-30-2017 | By David W. Robinson

Impressions: My Audio Oasis! Awards for AXPONA 2017

Chicago 2017 is now firmly in the rear-view mirror, O'Hare Airport and all. The show itself was a well attended event, with a just announced attendance of nearly seven thousand paid. According to show organizers, this was a 13% increase over 2016. From my standpoint, AXPONA 2017 was a busy show, with good to great traffic... Read More »

05-25-2017 | By Marc Phillips

Thurston Moore, Rock and Roll Consciousness

Ecstatic Peace!/Caroline Records CAROL015LP, $19.99 2-LPs Amazon.com For me there are two Sonic Youths. I really like one of them. They're edgy and noisy but still know how to create simple and concise indie-pop songs that really kick ass, songs like "Kool Thing" and "Bull in the Heather." They can even branch out and deliver... Read More »

05-24-2017 | By David W. Robinson

HiFi Pig, Part-Time Audiophile, and Positive Feedback Link-Up

The Higher End: HiFi Pig, Part-Time Audiophile, and Positive Feedback link-up In which our hero meditates… Those of you who have been reading Positive Feedback over the years are aware of the fact that from our beginning, 28 years ago, we have maintained friendly and open relationships with other publications. In fact, for quite a long... Read More »

05-24-2017 | By Tom Gibbs

AudioQuest DragonFly Black and Red DACs - Now with MQA!

The two newest entries in AudioQuest's DragonFly family of DACs are the Black ($99 USD) and the Red ($199 USD), with the core design approach appearing to me to be one of simplicity of use in accessing the majority of files one listens to on a daily basis, along with easy connectivity to a broad... Read More »

05-22-2017 | By Dave Clark

Audio Ramblings - The WyWires Diamond Loudspeaker Cables

So, we come to you with another cable review. Sorry, I know many of you believe that cables cannot have a sound or character—that is either they work or don't and any audible impact on the sound would suggest that something is broken… like my ears or inability to be swayed by hype or whatever…... Read More »

05-19-2017 | By Tony Damico

Freedom is Free, Chicano Batman

As I write this review, Chicano Batman takes the stage in the blaring sun of the Coachella Valley for the second time—two years ago, some had commented on how absurd it seemed that this Los Angeles-based tropical soul band hadn't played the iconic festival. Now, on the heels of hearing their third full length album, Freedom... Read More »

05-18-2017 | By Wojciech Pacuła

Soundsmith Zephyer MIMC Star Cartridge

Soundsmith Zephyer MIMC Star Cartridge The world's best turntables use Soundsmith because we've been designing and hand-building the world's best phono cartridges for more than thirty years. It is a very clear statement. Placing it on top of company's home page can seem bit megalomaniac. Peter Ledermann though, the director and chief engineer of Soundsmith,... Read More »

05-10-2017 | By Gary L Beard

AXPONA 2017: Pictures at an Audio Exhibition

Dateline: Westin Hotel, Rosemont, Ill., April 21-23rd, 2017 AXPONA! I get a serious kick out of listening to exotic, cost-no-object systems. In fact, I enjoy them so much, it's hard to tear myself away. Where reality and common sense meet, its clear I have little business in those rooms other than to experience some of the finest audio this... Read More »

05-09-2017 | By Bob Neill

Notes of an Amateur: Goerne Sings Schumann, Pacifica Quartet Play Brahms & Schumann, Samuel Adler's Quartets.

Einsam Keit. Schumann Lieder. Mathias Goerne, baritone, Markus Hinterhäuser, piano. Harmonia Mundi HMM 902243.  Coming to Matthias Goerne without expectations, which I'll concede is almost impossible, we are struck by the unique combination of weight and lyricism in his voice. Paralleled by the same quality in the piano. The perfect baritone can do this but... Read More »

05-07-2017 | By Pete Davey

My Digital Journey and the Mytek Brooklyn DAC

Nothing beats the convenience of digital music. For many years, I have stored and played back digital music (before the MP3) because of how easy it was. I loved having a huge collection of music just to play at the tip of my fingertips. Not only that, but it caused a surge of new music... Read More »

05-06-2017 | By Marc Phillips

Robt Sarazin Blake, Recitative

Same Room Records SSR030, double LP $25, double CD $20, download $15—robertsarazinblake.bandcamp.com Recitative is one of those albums you release after you've had your big breakthrough, after you've hit it big and now sales are guaranteed because everyone's watching to see what you'll do next. This is the album where you get the big budget,... Read More »

05-06-2017 | By Albert Grantowski

The Mother of All Music - Music of the Bushmen

Bushmen of the Kalahari When We Were Free: Bushman Music of the Kalahari Rhythm is the prominent element of the music on these CDs: claps, rattles, single-stringed instruments with mouth or can as a resonator, thumb pianos. This is sad, passionate music. Some of it sounds like a collective expression of misery set to hypnotic, repetitive... Read More »

05-05-2017 | By Greg Weaver

AXPONA 2017: A Personal Journey, and the Von Schweikert Audio ULTRA 11 Experience

Audio shows! Local, regional, national, international. I've been covering shows and have had the privilege of producing show reports for various outlets for over 25 years. I attended them as a consumer for over 15 more before that. When you've walked the halls of as many as I have, it might be understandable that it... Read More »

05-05-2017 | By David W. Robinson

Bill Parish Talks with PF's Jim Merod

Jim Merod was in NYC recently, helping to MC a special Jazz event at The Lincoln Center. While there, he took the time to visit with Bill Parish of GTT Audio, at his listening rooms in NJ. Bill took the time to get Jim's take on the listening experience in Bill's big reference room, one... Read More »

05-05-2017 | By Dean Seislove

The Neoteric Listener - The Sonneteer Orton Integrated Amplifier

Sonneteer may not be a familiar company to many of my American compatriots, but they've been in business since 1994 and have a line of audio products receiving favorable reviews worldwide. There's something quintessentially British about the Sonneteer name, so when Arcadia Audio Marketing, Sonneteer's U.S. distributor, asked if I would like to review Sonneteer's... Read More »

05-04-2017 | By Roger Skoff

Beauty, Audio, and Money

Roger Skoff writes about how our eyes, ears, and wallets may all be tied together The traffic on Pacific Coast Highway ("PCH") in Newport Beach, California is slow and awful, jammed most of the time with tourists, beach bums and bunnies, locals doing whatever they do, and others, from Orange County and elsewhere, on their... Read More »

05-01-2017 | By Positive Feedback

The Sun Rises in America - Reinventing Push/Pull: Some Dancing Advice from a 300B Maniac 

This article, by Harvey Rosenberg, originally ran when Positive Feedback was in print - Vol. 7, No. 6, 1998. During my short tenure as PF's Techno-Shaman of Coolosity I have suggested that you, while artifying your harmonic/space/time continuum in your expanded aural matrix, consider single-ended triode amplifiers with tube regulated power supplies, Nobu Shishido's Inverted Interstage... Read More »

05-01-2017 | By Wojciech Pacuła

Yayuma Audio Awareness Line ASP 01 Sound Processor

A general rule, which I try to follow selecting audio products for my tests and when performing the test boils down to credibility. On the one hand, my own, ultimately, what I write will stay online "forever" and it attests in my favor or against me, and on the other hand it defines a company... Read More »

04-28-2017 | By Stephen Francis Vasta

Victoria Terekiev, Wind from the East

PIPKOV: Bulgarian Suite for Piano, Op. 2. HADJIEV: Melodic Etudes. VLADIGEROV: Bulgarian Songs and Dances, Op. 25. Victoria Terekiev, piano. Gega New GR 31.  TT: 48.14 Downloads: amazon.com (mp3); getlinksoundcloud.com (mp3, 128 kbps) The album's title, Wind from the East, momentarily misled me: I was expecting music from rather further east, perhaps on the order of the... Read More »

04-28-2017 | By Steve Lefkowicz

and Steve Says… What About Affordable, Entry Level, and Budget Audio? ...and a Little Announcement About the LA Audio Show!

As anyone who has followed my work for the past twenty years or so know, I am all about lower cost, high value audio. I love finding equipment that punches above is price class and attempts to give real, solid, quality sound with the potential for long term satisfaction. I feel I have been pretty... Read More »

04-27-2017 | By Maurice Jeffries

The "New" AXPONA?

Devices and Desires: The Best of the Best at AXPONA 2017 Without question, last weekend's AXPONA show (April 21-23) in Rosemont, Illinois ranks amongst the best sounding AXPONAs in recent memory. Not since the show's rebirth at the Doubletree by Hilton O'Hare in 2013 has the Chi-town cavalcade boasted such superb sound quality overall. Yes,... Read More »

04-19-2017 | By John Marks

Brahms: The Four Symphonies, Boston Symphony Orchestra, Andris Nelsons

This time Brahms. Our musical guide John Marks, of The Tannhauser Gate (http://www.thetannhausergate.com), leads us into a recent recording of four symphonies by Brahms. Andris Nelsons leads the Boston Symphony Orchestra in four of Brahms' compositions. John's reviews of worthy music is once again republished from TGG with pleasure here at Positive Feedback! The performances are brilliant, done... Read More »

04-18-2017 | By Robert Schryer

Journeys in Audio Subjectivism - Part Eight: Of Andrew Jones, Elac, and Spotted Dick

"The speaker that changed my life?" said Jones. "Easy. The Quad ESL57. It's the first true Hi-Fi speaker I heard once I got to university. I have almost always owned a pair." No surprise, then, that the ESL57's creator, Peter Walker, continues to inspire Jones's own work. "I had many conversations with Peter," said Jones.... Read More »

04-16-2017 | By Jeff Day

Lefson: French High-End Analog Audio Devices - The Lefson Resistor

I have been enjoying quite a lot of audio adventures over the last year or so while doing audio projects where I experimented with various wire types, capacitors, inductors, and resistors in audio circuits. As a result, my knowledge, skills, and confidence related to developing, modifying, and optimizing audio circuits have been progressing to where... Read More »

04-11-2017 | By John Marks

Camilla Tilling, "loves me… loves me not…"

In which our esteemed friend, John Marks of The Tannhauser Gate (www.thetannhausergate.com) introduces us to yet another worthy singer, she of a truly lovely voice, Camilla Tilling. I was not familiar with Ms. Tilling, but was very much taken by her fine performances on this recording by BIS.  As always, John is a sure guide to worthy... Read More »

03-31-2017 | By Jeremy Kipnis

From the Kipnis Studios (KSS): The View From The Top - An Interview with Tommy O’Brien of Digital Amplifier Company

Kipnis Studio Standard (KSS) - Stereo Loudspeaker & Amplifier Testing Array with (Left to Right) Ologe Model FIVE, Ceratec Effeqct Mk. IV, and Waterfall Audio Niagara, Hurricane, & Elora Evo Glass Loudspeakers being powered by the Golden Cherry Amps from Tommy O'Brien at Digital Amplifier Co. (plus Nero Barky von Schnauzer - my assistant). The tiny... Read More »

03-23-2017 | By Claude Lemaire

Top 500 SuperSonic List - Part 3

This is an ongoing project by Claude Lemaire of Soundevaluations. In a slight variation of sorts, and at the risk of foregoing a bit of diversity, for Part 3, I elected to pit back-to-back two selections sharing a common thread between them. 21. Buzz Brass, Mélanie Barney, The Planets. Fidelio Music Inc. FALP028 (2012), (2x45 rpm). Genre: classical, modern... Read More »

03-10-2017 | By Wojciech Pacuła

Krakow Sonic Society Meeting 108 - Kondo ONGAKU Integrated Amplifier

It was clear from the moment I knew I would receive Kondo OnGaku amplifier for a review that I would also want to listen to it together with my friends from Krakow Sonic Society. These meetings give us not only a chance to meet, talk and listen to some music together but most of all to... Read More »



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Campfire Audio Vega IEM

06-22-2017 | By Smit Patel

Released in 2015, Campfire Audio headed by Ken ball has emerged as a successful in-ear monitor (IEM) company across the audiophile community. Having released in excess of 5 earphones in the past 18 months, the company are a... Read More »

Synergistic Research PowerCell 12...

06-19-2017 | By Robert S. Youman

Please be patient as I step you through some backstory. I reviewed the Synergistic Research PowerCell 10 UEF power conditioner back in October 2014. It made a tremendous impact on the overall sound of my system—all for... Read More »

Grado Labs PS2000e Headphones

06-18-2017 | By Robert H. Levi

It is high time an American company—with manufacturing in Brooklyn, New York since 1953—should develop and build a state of the art challenger for the best open air headphones in the world. The PS1000e headphones were... Read More »

Synergistic Research Galileo UEF...

06-12-2017 | By Robert S. Youman

Synergistic Research (SR) is at it again. Like Michael Corleone in Godfather III, "Just when I thought I was out, they pull me back in!" I am always on the lookout for something better. These days, with the quality of... Read More »

Benchmark AHB2 Amplifier

06-06-2017 | By Pete Davey

I've had my fair chance at messing with all sorts of amplifier technologies, from Class A, to AB, D, even T—you name it, and each one carries their own sonic signature. To this day, I still have a soft spot for Class A/B... Read More »

Fiio X5 3rd Generation Digital...

06-05-2017 | By Smit Patel

Fiio have been well-regarded as an audio company for their budget to mid-priced offerings. The original Fiio X5 DAP captivated audiences worldwide but with a keen attention to detail and reception for critical feedback, Fiio... Read More »

Kuzma 4 Point 14" Tonearm

05-26-2017 | By Albert Porter

Albert Porter owns www.porterhouseaudio.com and features products from Allnic Audio, Stahl~Tek, Purist Audio Design, Koetsu cartridges, Airtight cartridges, Porter Ports, Stillpoints, and custom Custom Analog/Digital... Read More »

Einstein Audio Components – The...

05-25-2017 | By Dirk Sommer

With technical contributions by Jürgen Saile. While working on Einstein's complete audio system with its laudable analogue source, in Part 1 of this review (which you can find HERE) we had traveled from cartridge to tone... Read More »

Einstein Audio Components – The...

05-25-2017 | By Dirk Sommer

Anyone who has ever looked into the hi-fi world in a little bit more intensive way knows that the arbitrary combination of well-reputed audio components does not necessarily lead to a guaranteed musical enjoyment. In the... Read More »

Thales TTT Compact II Turntable...

05-24-2017 | By Marshall Nack

From time to time, an item is plucked from the mildewed bins of analog history by one of the reissue houses. Occasionally the dredging action strikes gold; most of the time it would have been best to leave the slumber... Read More »

Pass Labs INT-60 Integrated...

05-23-2017 | By Gary L Beard

A few times I've been lucky enough to review a product before the rest of the audio-press get their red-hot hands on it, but mostly I've been Gary-come-lately to the audio-party. I'm grateful of course, for opportunities to... Read More »

The Audia Flight Strumento n°1 mk2...

05-14-2017 | By Dirk Sommer

The Audia Flight Strumento n°1 mk2 Preamp Many audiophiles believe that they can get along without any preamplifier in these digital times. However, I do not share this point of view: To me a preamplifier is an... Read More »

van den Hul Colibri XGW...

05-10-2017 | By Myles B. Astor

I'll save you the trouble and time of skipping the discussion and jumping directly to the conclusions for the low down on the van den Hul Colibri Stradivarius XGW Stradivarius cartridge. For the record, A.J. (short for Aalt... Read More »

Makin' Magic with Protons and...

05-07-2017 | By Larry Cox

Jack Bybee's iQSE or internal Quantum Signal Enhancer (iQSE) differs from the AC Purifiers I wrote about last month. As you'd expect the signal from your component runs through the AC Purifiers. It is with some bother I note... Read More »

Scansonic MB-5 Loudspeakers

05-07-2017 | By Pete Davey

There has always been something magical about the Raidho line of speakers. Why do I mention Raidho in an article about Scansonic speakers? Great question—well, if you didn't know, these are designed by Michael Børresen,... Read More »

Ayon Audio Vulcan Evo Amplifiers

05-06-2017 | By Brad Morrical

Ayon Audio has over the last 15 years become one of the best known high end tube amplifier manufacturers, at least here in Europe. In particular, they have become known as one of the premier manufacturers of single ended... Read More »


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Revolutionary Huron OS Improves Performance of DS and DSJ DACs, Opens Door to MQA and Tidal! 

Award-winning DACs taken to even higher level—at no cost Boulder, CO: 6/9/2017 - Boulder, CO: (6/9/2017) PS Audio is proud to announce...

Audeze Adds Black/Steel Edition to Acclaimed iSINE In-Ear Series

Music is powerful, a distinct form of communication that moves your mind and soul.  Building the soundtrack to your life as you live it,...

OPPO Adds Dolby Vision Support to Ultra HD Blu-ray Players

Powerful Cinema Technology Transforms Home Theater Viewing Experience MENLO PARK, California – June 6, 2017 – OPPO Digital announced...

Nagra Video Links from Munich 2017 - Days 1-3 are Now Up!

Nagra has shared three videos from Munich 2017. If you'd like to check them out, you'll find them at the following links: Day 1:  Video...

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ELAC Uni-Fi UF5 floor standing speakers By John Richardson

What we have from the outside is, as I mentioned, a pair of fairly conventional-looking narrow-baffle towers. Each...

Fostex TH-610, Massdrop TH-X00, and TH-X00 Ebony By Brian Hunter

Fostex has a long history in the audio business. The company was founded in 1973, but its parent company Foster...

darTZeel CTH-8550 integrated amplifier (with Siltech) By Rafe Arnott

The $25,000 USD gold, and Ferrari-red, solid-state integrated amplifier from Switzerland exuded raw sex appeal as it...

“Affordable high-end” — is that like “jumbo shrimp”? By John Stancavage

How many Simolians do you have to part with these days to get good sound? I mean, really? Is it even possible, or just...

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Magna Hifi Mano Music Streamer (High-Res) By Wolfgang Kemper

Dieser Music-Streamer mit ungewöhnlicher technischer Ausstattung kommt aus den Niederlanden. Entwickelt wurde er für...

Audio Exklusiv Powercord Netzkabel By Bert Seidenstücker

Die akademische Ausbildung meiner von mir sehr geschätzten Nachbarn ist umfangreich. Einem Physikstudium schloss sich...

Kaiser Acoustics Kawero! Classic By Dirk Sommer

Wer ab und zu einen Blick in die Liste der für den Test verwendeten Komponenten wirft, dem dürfte aufgefallen sein,...

High End Munich 2017 By Positive Feedback

Our Partner in Europe, Dirk Sommer of HIFI Statement, offers a plethora of images from Day 1 of the High End Munich...