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10-21-2016 | By Bob Neill

Notes of an Amateur: Dover Quartet Plays Mozart; Colin Matthews’ Concertos; Quirine Viersen Plays Britten’s Cello Suites; Kurtag’s Music for String Quartet; and Bon Iver.

Dover Quartet Plays Mozart Quartets K.589 and K.550; and Quintet K.406. Cedille CDR 90000 167. Listening to new recordings of Mozart is often difficult for reviewers because we are always looking for differences—something we can peg a review on. Something new to say. It is rare to come upon a Mozart recording and be surprised...... Read More »

10-21-2016 | By Scott Dorsey

AES 2016 Awards

Best Product in Show Okay, I didn't actually see it in the show, only afterward, but it was in there somewhere. Kenetek is making a direct replacement for the optical attenuator module in the LA-3A compressors. Yeah, they have been making it for a couple years now but it was new to me and it's... Read More »

10-21-2016 | By Scott Dorsey

AES 2016 Los Angeles

The Audio Engineering Society puts on a convention in the US every year, and what makes it most interesting is that traditionally it has been both a trade show and a scientific conference with formal papers, both in the same building at the same time. This makes it more interesting than other trade shows, because... Read More »

10-21-2016 | By Jeff Day

The 12.5-Inch Woody SPU Tonearm™ from Pete Riggle Audio Engineering

The 12.5-Inch Woody SPU Tonearm™ from Pete Riggle Audio Engineering. If Gustav Stickley (1853 – 1942), the renowned figure of the Arts & Crafts movement in America, were to have made a tonearm to complement his American Craftsman style of furniture, what would it have looked like? I like to imagine that if Stickley had... Read More »

10-20-2016 | By David W. Robinson

Rushton Paul: My DIY Approach to the Ultrasonic Cleaning of LPs

[Rush Paul is an audio friend of mine, who happens to share my passionate love for LPs and Lloyd Walker's wonderful Walker Audio Proscenium Turntable, arguably one of the very best reference turntables on this humble rock. He's deeply into getting the best out of his albums. Rush recently sent me his notes summarizing his... Read More »

10-16-2016 | By Carol Clark

Rocky Mountain Audio Fest: The Good and Bad

Every October for the past 13 years I have looked forward to RMAF (Rocky Mountain Audio Fest). It is my favorite audio show because I can just walk around, see the sights, and reconnect with old friends I only get to see a few times a year. For a while I was glad, because I'd... Read More »

10-14-2016 | By Michael Vamos

Michael Vamos, Music Lover: Talk Talk – 'Laughing Stock'

Many know Talk Talk's first three albums, which had hits like "It's My Life" and "Life's What You Make It." But Talk Talk made five albums, each one better than the last, and then quit at the top of their art. Surprisingly few know the band's last two albums:  The Spirit of Eden and Laughing... Read More »

10-13-2016 | By John Marks

John Marks: My Audio System Description

John Marks' Stereo System (as of fall 2016) The essential sound of this system is determined first by the loudspeakers, prototypes called Esperanto Parolantos. That's something of a pun, in that it means "Esperanto Speakers." (Esperanto, from the audio company I started after leaving Stereophile magazine.) Mike Zisserson designed the Esperanto Parolanto loudspeaker while taking... Read More »

10-13-2016 | By Marc Phillips

Marc Phillips on the Music: Hamilton Leithauser + Rostam – 'I Had a Dream That You Were Mine'

Hamilton Leithauser, I Had a Dream That You Were Mine (GlassNote GLS021001) 2 LPs, $19.98, purchased at The Sound Garden, Syracuse NY Hamilton Leithauser is a bit of a throwback. As a singer he's got one of those big voices, the type of voice that automatically pulls a guy to the front edge of the stage... Read More »

10-13-2016 | By Carol Clark

RMAF 2016 Photo Essay - Part 4

Vandersteens at RMAF 2016. Musical Surroundings and The Audio Alternative were together with Vandersteen Model Seven MkII and a new subwoofer. Two turntables were shown, an AMG V12 Turbo, and Clearaudio Performance DC wood. Electronics were Audio Research, cables by AudioQuest, and racks by Harmonic Resolution Systems. Richard Vandersteen. As usual, Philip O'Hanlon's On a Higher... Read More »

10-13-2016 | By Carol Clark

RMAF 2016 Photo Essay - Part 3

Margules. All the way from Mexico for RMAF 2016. Andrew Jones from ELAC, what a joy to hear him talk! Standout Room Winner. ELAC, new integrated amplifier. The integrated can calibrate any speaker and subwoofer for a seamless integration. ELAC, Audio Alchemy. Aaudio Imports showed Wilson Benesch A.C.T. One Evolution P1 'Ettore' loudspeakers, Finite Elemente... Read More »

10-13-2016 | By Carol Clark

RMAF 2016 Photo Essay - Part 2

MQA showing the difference at RMAF 2016. Aurender had two rooms. The source was the Aurender A10 Server with MQA DAC, 4TB storage. Loudspeakers were Revel Salon 2, amplifier was Mark Levinson No534 2-channel, and cables by Audioquest. Audio Engine. Gavin Fish of Audio Engine having a moment with Carol. ListenUp also had a room... Read More »

10-13-2016 | By Carol Clark

RMAF 2016 Photo Essay - Part 1

Lines were long at registration on Friday for RMAF 2016, that's a good sign! Everyone seemed ready to enjoy the show! Even with all the distractions with the hotel's remodeling, this show went rather smoothly and many, many rooms were producing excellent sound. Much appreciation goes to Marjorie and her team for putting on another... Read More »

10-11-2016 | By John Marks

John Marks' New Music: The Parker String Quartet: Felix Mendelssohn, Opus 44 String Quartets 1 & 3

[Here's a hot flash update (if such things exist in the world of classical music!) from John Marks of The Tannhauser Gate (http://www.thetannhausergate.com). This is a fine new recording from the Parker Quartet, a young and refreshing ensemble. The samples that John provided are quite moving, showing both great verve and boldness, as well as a touching... Read More »

10-07-2016 | By David W. Robinson

Impressions:  The Playback Designs Merlot Quad DSD DAC and Syrah Music Server, with Brief Notes on the Pinot Quad DSD ADC

So here I am again, returning to one of the touchstone companies for DSD and digital audio:  Playback Designs. Am I surprised? Should anyone be surprised? Heck no. In fact, according to Andreas Koch, he and I first saw each other at the original DSD demonstration at Mobile Fidelity in Sebastopol, CA, back in September... Read More »

10-01-2016 | By David W. Robinson

Deep Impressions:  The Wave Kinetics NVS Turntable, Durand Telos 12” Tonearm, & the Ortofon Anna MC, a Photo Essay and Review

There's glory for you! In which our hero meditates… This isn't going to be anything like a standard review, which is something that I don't do anyway. No short-term romance…no quickie relationship…no three-months-and-done. No "Wow, what the hell was that?!" No "of all the turntables I've ever heard, this is another one." No, this is... Read More »

09-24-2016 | By David W. Robinson

Brief Impressions from an Editor’s Notebook:  The PS Audio LANRover USB Transport

In which our hero meditates… What a year it's been. As I observed in the first of these "Brief Impressions" articles, on the Oppo Sonica (HERE), there have been so bloody many products and projects here at PF Central in 2016 that I'll be writing from here until the end of the year to cover... Read More »

09-23-2016 | By Marc Phillips

Marc Phillips and the Music: Luis Filipe Fortunato’s 'Live and Pure'

Luis Filipe Fortunato’s Live and Pure A year or two ago I had to adopt a somewhat self-serving policy as a reviewer—physical formats only, please. I did this for a few reasons. First of all, too many publicists simply wanted to send me a link to some MP3 download of their clients—one in particular wanted... Read More »

09-23-2016 | By Bill Malcolm

National Audio Show 2016 (UK)

This is my fourth attendance at the National Audio Show held each year at Whittlebury Hall near Towcester, England. I believe this will be the first time our readership at Positive Feedback will have been exposed to this show. This has been the premier show in the UK until the last couple of years where... Read More »

09-23-2016 | By John Marks

John Marks' Vault Treasures: David Oistrakh, Shostakovich Violin Concerto No. 1 (1956)

[Once again John Marks educates and enlightens us with his recommendation of a worthy recording from our audio treasures. "Some of the best recordings were done decades past" is a truth that is none the worse for being so true that is has become a truism.  Those who are newer to fine audio will want... Read More »

09-23-2016 | By David Williamson

Williamson on the Hardware: The Alpha Design Labs STRATOS

Incredibili Sine Compromissum   This is it. Think of Trader Joe's. The Hyundai Genesis. A Hamilton watch, Uniqlo clothing, a CAO cigar, the...well, you may begin to get the idea. Bear witness: this is the Alpha Design Labs STRATOS and it is the hidden value champion of USB DAC's. Long may it reign. God Knows... Read More »

09-19-2016 | By Bruce Walker

Cartoon: The Wild, Weird World of Walker!

[I'm pleased that our longtime cartoonist, Bruce Walker, is becoming active with us again. His unique style of edgy, crazy, Feifferesque drawings are unlike anyone else that I know of. He's been drawing for us on and off again from the very early days of Positive Feedback...we hope to have new work from him periodically. Enjoy!... Read More »

09-15-2016 | By David W. Robinson

Brief Impressions:  The YG Acoustics Sonja XV Reference Loudspeaker, a Photo Essay

Funny thing. You'd think that there wouldn't be any enormous mountaintops in Newark, New Jersey. And you'd be wrong…. Let me explain. Bill Parish of GTT Audio A couple of months ago I got an invitation from Dick Diamond of YG Acoustics, Bill Parish of GTT Audio, and Joe Kubala of Kubala-Sosna to attend a... Read More »

09-14-2016 | By Marshall Nack

YG Acoustics Sonja XV Speaker Launch

Select members of the audio press were invited to GTT Audio for the YG Acoustics Sonja XV speaker press event. Over the course of a week, each of us got to experience a personal listening session. Lynn and I were scheduled for the afternoon of the first day; Dr. David Robinson, ye olde editor at... Read More »

09-13-2016 | By Marc Phillips

Marc Phillips on the Music: Michael Kiwanuka, Love & Hate

Michael Kiwanuka, Love & Hate Polydor B0024912-01 2 LPs – $24.99 Purchased at The Sound Garden in Syracuse, NY   Tidal strikes again. Just a few weeks since I accidentally played The Avalanches' Wildflower on the streaming music service and discovered a mind-bending, sensibility-changing masterwork, I've done it a second time. Hmmm…Michael Kiwanuka…wonder who this is,... Read More »

09-12-2016 | By Dirk Sommer

Feuilleton: Acapella Audio Arts

Dirk Sommer, with photographs by Helmut Baumgartner For everyone who takes a real interest in High End it's a truism that even the best equipment can't recreate a live impression. This alleged fact, however, while perhaps not refuted, would be at least seriously shaken by visiting the Audio Forum in Duisburg, Germany, the Acapella Audio... Read More »

09-11-2016 | By David W. Robinson

Impressions:  Ilya Itin, Debussy, Preludes Books I and II in Quad DSD [UPDATED]

[UPDATED VERSION with new purchase links for NativeDSD.com included at the end of the review.] For quite a while now I've been sitting on an advance copy of an important Quad DSD recording, waiting for it to be released commercially. Now, I'm glad to say, the time has come…at last! The album is music by... Read More »

09-11-2016 | By Stephen Francis Vasta

Pierre Boulez Conducts Mahler's Ninth

MAHLER: Symphony No. 9 Chicago Symphony Orchestra/Pierre Boulez Deutsche Grammophon 289 457 581-2 TT: 79.46 The death of Pierre Boulez earlier this year provides as good an opportunity as any other to consider his recorded legacy, as well as giving me an excuse to check out this 1995 Mahler Ninth, which I'd somehow managed to... Read More »

09-09-2016 | By Marshall Nack

A Visit to Distinctive Stereo

It was a glorious day for a Hudson River crossing, with clear skies and endless visibility, the kind of day that photographers love. Lynn and I were off to visit Distinctive Stereo in northern New Jersey. We boarded the New York Waterway ferry at West 39th Street. Eight minutes later we docked at Port Imperial/Weehawken,... Read More »

09-08-2016 | By Bob Neill

Notes of an Amateur: Podger's Bach Art of Fugue; Ibragimova's Mozart Violin Sonatas, Vol. 2; Wallfisch's Telemann Violin Concertos, Vol 6; Jennifer Koh's plays the Tchaikovsky.

J.S. Bach, The Art of Fugue. Rachel Podger, Brecon Baroque. Channel Classics CCS SA38316. There was a time, which for some may still be the time, when J.S. Bach's 24 Preludes and Fugues for solo keyboard (Well Tempered Clavier), six Sonatas and Partitas for Solo Violin, six Cello Suites, and The Art of Fugue were... Read More »

09-02-2016 | By David W. Robinson

Just released! The PF DSD Sampler, Volume 1

Great news! Positive Feedback and NativeDSD (http://www.nativeDSD.com) announce the release of a joint music project, the PF DSD Sampler, Volume 1. This project was done to celebrate NativeDSD.com's amazing achievement of passing 1000 albums at its site in early September of 2016. The PF DSD Sampler, Volume 1 is a collection of ten selections from... Read More »

09-01-2016 | By Jim Merod

Monterey Jazz 59 - Quincy Jones Takes Charge

In July, I visited all star music guru Quincy Jones at his mind-boggling hacienda near UCLA with its round ballroom's piano ready main gathering area looking out over Los Angeles. Description fails to capture the elegance and grandeur of Quincy's palace. Three Oscars sit here and there like Olympic paper weights. Q's two dozen-plus Grammy... Read More »

09-01-2016 | By Dave Clark

Audio Ramblings - the PS Audio BHK Signature Preamplifier and DirectStream DAC

So here I am retired, and with lots of time. Time for music, beer, wine, the magazine… my art and more (like being on the Board of Directors for two non-profits here in LB—yikers what have I done?)... and time to listen to our music with the PS Audio BHK Signature Preamplifier and DirectStream DAC.... Read More »

09-01-2016 | By Wojciech Pacuła

The Editors Series - Edgar Kramer of Audio Esoterica

The audio domain is a field which combines a few spheres of human activity, i.e. music, the art of recording and reproducing it. The most important aspects of music reproduction are: technical knowledge, musical sensitivity and attention to artistic design. The last of the three is (or rather used to be) especially controversial. It is... Read More »

09-01-2016 | By David W. Robinson

Brief Impressions from an Editor’s Notebook: the Oppo Digital Sonica

Brief Impressions:  From an Editor's Notebook In which our hero meditates… What a year it's been. There have been so many products and projects here at PF Central in 2016 that I'll be writing from here until the end of the bloody year to cover them all. Some of these will require a more extended... Read More »

08-30-2016 | By David W. Robinson

John Marks' Vault Treasures: Van Morrison's 'Moondance'

[Well, right on, John Marks! Here's a real classic from the trove of audio loot. This week's album from The Tannhauser Gate (http://www.thetannhausergate.com) brings back a pile of memories from my junior year in high school, which was a time of ferment and fervor in my life, there with friends and life in the East Bay sprawl-town of... Read More »

08-29-2016 | By Gary L Beard

PS Audio's New DirectStream Junior DAC (Updated)

The DirectStream Junior DAC is my first in-home experience with a PS Audio product. It is also a brand-spanking new product, so my thanks to PS Audio's Marketing Director, Bill Leebens for making it happen. Having such a hot product on my review-plate does not happen to me that often. It's awesomely cool... It's Steve McQueen... Read More »

08-26-2016 | By Wojciech Pacuła

Krakow Sonic Society Meeting 104 - King Crimson 7" Platinum SHM-CD

If one has to use the word "legendary" to describe a musician or band,  then when applied to the King Crimson it would be relatively painless from where I stand. Founded in London in January 1969 still the same year, in October they released the album that, let's not start to be modest now, forever... Read More »

08-24-2016 | By Bob Neill

Notes of an Amateur: Shostakovich, Penderecki, Adès.

If you talk about music long enough, you tend to forget where you are coming from. I tend to talk about the succession of musical styles (baroque, late romanticism, modernism) while some others write about differences in formal technique, because for my amateur mind, the succession of styles is the history of music. And for... Read More »

08-22-2016 | By John Marks

John Marks' New Music: Speaking of Tannhauser...

[This time around, John Marks introduces us to a recording by the Boston Symphony Orchestra, under the direction of Andris Nelsons. He points to the dicey realm of talented musical parents and the unknown musical outcomes of their children. Like the proverbial "pastor's kids," perhaps they will be inspired by parents...and perhaps not. An artist... Read More »

08-02-2016 | By Wojciech Pacuła

Polish Jazz Forever

When the heads of Warner's headquarters learned of the sale of Polish Recordings, then—as Bartek Chaciński writes in the article Marka dużej wagi—they asked only whether it is a company that has Krzysztof Komeda's Astigmatic in their portfolio. This album is still among the best jazz recordings—not only in Poland but all over the world.... Read More »

07-29-2016 | By John Marks

John Marks: Q&A with Sergey Schepkin

[In this continuation of his assessment of the artistry of Sergey Schepkin, John Marks spends a few minutes with him discussing how his ongoing maturity as a performer has affected and deepened his understanding of Bach over the years. Every musician must decide the point at which it's worth recording a new set of performances... Read More »

07-27-2016 | By Norman Tracy

Lone Star Audio Fest 2016 Show Report

We had a great time at Lone Star Audio Fest 2016. From my vantage point inside the event as an exhibitor and listener from Thursday afternoon through Sunday evening LSAF 2016 was once again any audiophile's candy store. The first paragraphs of my Positive Feedback report on LSAF 2015 (HERE) details the history of this... Read More »

07-08-2016 | By David W. Robinson

Impressions:  THE Show Newport Beach, 2016, Part 2 – Photographic Portraits and Moments

A portrait of the artist at play:  David W. Robinson with EveAnna Manley (photograph by Dave Clark) The second part of my THE Show report from Newport Beach 2016 shifts the focus (so to speak) from the event, the rooms, and the equipment, to the people in our high-end audio community. As an artist, I... Read More »



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The Kondo-AudioNote Japan System:...

10-21-2016 | By Myles B. Astor

There are tube electronics and then, there are tube electronics. In the wonderful world of tubes, the most popular, reliable and successful amplifier designs nowadays are dominated by push-pull, OTL, triode and pentode... Read More »
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Devore Fidelity Gibbon 3XLs...

10-20-2016 | By John Brazier

I spent over (3) years with the smallish, floor standing Devore Super 8's in my home as my go to reference speaker. Leading up to that time, I had audition and/or reviewed several speakers at or well above the Super 8's... Read More »
The Pass Labs XP-15 Phonostage...

10-20-2016 | By Gary L Beard

Perhaps I should start at the end. I love the XP-15 phonostage preamplifier. In fact, I love it so much that one night I dreamt I had barricaded myself in the Tune Saloon, armed with a cheap 1980's CD player blasting a... Read More »
Rogoz Audio 5SMX12/BBS...

10-20-2016 | By Wojciech Pacuła

This is probably not the first and neither the last time you shall read a similar introduction to the review of this type of product from Rogoz Audio. I believe, however, that some things are worth repeating again and again.... Read More »
The Lumen White Mystere Reference...

10-15-2016 | By Dirk Sommer

From the first glance onwards, the Lumen White Mystere turntable fascinates with its visual elegance and noble appearance. Its beauty however still reveals little about its price class and the technological sophistication at... Read More »
Acuhorn 15 Loudspeakers

10-11-2016 | By Wojciech Pacuła

Wojtek Unterschuetz rarely shares information on a new product in Acuhorn's range, but when he does he always has something truly interesting to offer. Like when I first saw and heard the tall, narrow, featuring a single... Read More »
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The HIFIMAN SuperMini Digital Audio...

10-10-2016 | By Tom Gibbs

Here in the Dungeon, I'm challenged in every way to enjoy good music on any level possible. Almost all my equipment is still packed away in a storage unit awaiting the completion of my new home, and what little bits I've... Read More »
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Ortofon MC A95 Moving Coil...

10-06-2016 | By Myles B. Astor

Amazingly the Ortofon MC A95 Moving Coil Cartridge is the very first Ortofon transducer—particularly given the company's long tenure in the cartridge field—that I've ever reviewed. Now part of that oversight was... Read More »
Luminous Audio Technology Axiom II...

10-05-2016 | By Ian Aharon White

Luminous Audio Technology Axiom II "Life moves pretty fast. If you don't stop and look around once in awhile, you could miss it." – Ferris Bueller Over the years, I have struggled with what I really want out of my stereo... Read More »
Ryan Speakers R610 Loudspeakers

10-05-2016 | By Ian Aharon White

Call me old-fashioned, but I have always preferred a good two-way. There is something comforting, but not necessarily boring or same-old-same-old as a solid pair of two-way loudspeakers. The promise of something "extra... Read More »
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The Mola-Mola Suite - Makua...

10-05-2016 | By Marshall Nack

Mola-Mola Kaluga circuit board Some of you may recall when Class D amplification began to appear in high-end journals. There were birthing pangs, to put it mildly. Granted it was quiet, linear, and powerful; on the other... Read More »
LP Gear - The Vessel A3SM Cartridge

09-29-2016 | By John Hoffman

In 1995 the world of analog playback was a dark place, and hobbyists had very few places to find the parts and supplies needed to keep their turntables functioning properly. During this time Rome Castellanes made the... Read More »
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Audio Research Reference 6...

09-29-2016 | By Robert S. Youman

This review brought back some wonderful memories. It has been quite some time since I have auditioned an Audio Research Corporation (ARC) product. Please be patient as a little backstory might explain. Audio was a hobby that... Read More »
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The GoldenEar Technology SuperSub...

09-26-2016 | By Gregory Petan

Over the last twenty-five years of system building, external subwoofers have never been part of the equation for me. Despite my love of deep bass, my love for the seamless continuity between drivers has always won out over... Read More »
Grado Statement Series 2 Phono...

09-17-2016 | By Robert H. Levi

Out of production for two years, the Statement Series top of the range of Grado Cartridges is back and remarkably improved. Sporting a newly designed shape of all imported Jarrah wood from Australia, the lowest mass coils... Read More »
Sound Galleries Monaco Server...

09-11-2016 | By Bill Malcolm

I first seriously embraced the advantages inherent in computer audio when Linn released their first iterations of the DS range of ethernet based streamers and dropped CD players altogether. I felt instantly liberated with... Read More »


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Will the real DragonFly® please stand up!

Will the real DragonFly® please stand up! It has recently come to light that a counterfeit version of the guts of DragonFly v1.2 is inside...

Mytek Introduces Manhattan II DAC, With Enhanced Circuitry, Parts & Performance

Mytek's Extensive Pro proficiency results in their second DAC with MQA Decoding. Also designing the Pro industry's first MQA-capable ADC....

GoldenEar Awarded a US Patent for Its SuperSubs’ Unique Dual-Plane Inertially-Balanced Technology

GoldenEar Technology is very pleased to announce that we have been awarded a patent by the US Patent Office (US 9,462,391 B2) on our unique...

YG Acoustics announces a new, breakthrough tweeter technology: BilletDome™

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OccupyHifi - Part WTF: Are We Really-Reachin' Out to Music Culture By Michael Mercer

Movements are too big for ANY one website, online publication, forum, show/convention, person, or group. A movement is...

Gear and Roaming in Colorado - RMAF 2016 By Michael Mercer

What a long, strange trip it's been. I've wanted to start an on-going, diary-like series for too long now. I'll be the...

[a]pendics.shuffle: Crazy Music Connection By Michael Mercer

[a]pendics.shuffle: The name jumped off the screen during some late-night online record shopping. One day I'll share...

Music is My Favorite Drug By Michael Mercer

I love experiencing great sounding music. It's my favorite drug. The high is everlasting, and the withdrawals are...

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Diapason Astera Loudspeaker By Dirk Sommer

Ich habe mich – zumindest gefühlt – seit Jahrzehnten nur noch mit Standboxen beschäftigt. Dementsprechend war...

Auris Adagio 300B SE Integrated Amplifier By Jürgen Saile

Eine 300B Single Ended Triode muss ins Haus! Whatever it takes (Mario Draghi). Wobei sich die Kosten im Fall des Auris...

Digital cable by Goebel Audio By Dirk Sommer

Den famosen Lautsprecher- und Signalkabeln von Göbel-Audio konnte ich nicht widerstehen. Die Netzkabel habe ich...

MEE audio Pinnacle P1 By Bert Seidenstücker

Pinnacle: der Gipfel, der Höhepunkt! MEE Audio stapelt bei der Produktbezeichnung seines In-Ear-Hörer gewiss nicht...

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