NEW DAN D’AGOSTINO PROGRESSION STEREO AMPLIFIER $22,000

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” Abundant power is required for realistic sound quality and is a cornerstone of Dan D’Agostino Master Audio Systems’ amplifier design. The Progression Stereo is conservatively rated at 300 Watts into 8 Ohms and delivers 600 Watts into 4 Ohms, and properly doubles its output again into 2 Ohms, with a 1,200 Watt power output.”‘

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1 Minute Audiophile Escape: Innovative Audio (New York, NY) – Video

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AUDIOPHILE RESTAURANT

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“What counts as audiophile restaurant. Purple Rain Aroy in Cheras, Malaysia for sure has all the right ingredients, starting with the Magico’s wooden shipping crates…”

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RDacoustic Evolution Loudspeakers REVIEW

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” Soundstaging has scale and depth and whilst these speakers certainly don’t disappear, you are presented with a wholly believable and realistic portrayal of the performance. Just play the DSD version of Jazz at the Pawn Shop on the Evolutions and you will understand immediately what I am batting on about…you really do feel like you are part of the audience.”

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Anthem’s STR Integrated Amplifier – Video

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Woo Audio WA8 Eclipse – Review

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” The beauty of the WA8 lies in its simplicity, but since it offers an analog input which bypasses the onboard DAC, I decided to try it as an amp. With the Codex configured as DAC and connected to the WA8 with Wireworld Pulse 2xRCA-to-minijack interconnect, I heard most of the advantages of both units: a large, holographic headstage combined with the burnished tone of the tube amplifier. ”

Read more at http://www.audiostream.com/content/woo-audio-wa8-eclipse#sywAjd559lbfHhMU.99

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Focal Sopra no.3 $19,995 Review

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” Focal has been refining their beryllium tweeter for many years now, and with each iteration, it gets better; smoother and more extended without fatigue. Ten years ago, the beryllium tweeter was a bit much, but they’ve tamed it entirely. It now offers a stunning degree of resolution without any bite. Cymbals, strings, and percussion sound stunningly real, and the integration with the midrange and woofers is equally flawless. The level of coherence the Sopra no.3 offers is world class.”

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