Archive for September, 2013

SVS SB13-Ultra Subwoofer Review $1,599

SVS SB13-Ultra Subwoofer Review

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“Try as I might, I could not make the SB-13 Ultra lose its composure even when my trusty Pyle SPL meter read 110 dB, which at sustained levels could result in hearing loss”

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Wells Audio Innamorata Stereo Amplifier Review

 Wells Audio Innamorata Stereo Amplifier Review 

 While these others brought out particular strengths of the Whisper, the Innamorata seems to turn any aspect of the Whisper into a streng

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Totaldac D1-Dual DAC “Review” $12,100

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http://www.audiostream.com/content/totaldac-d1-dual-dac

 

“I compared the Totaldac USB filter/cable to the Light Harmonic Lightspeed USB cable and there was a subtle difference most notably the Totaldac cable offered up a more fluid and relaxed sound”

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Gryphon Audio Designs Mephisto Stereo Amplifier $57,000 “Review”

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” The Mephisto balanced its ability to resolve fine detail with weight and slam in just the right manner.”

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Sanders Sound Model 10 Electrostat Speaker Review $14,000

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 “The amount of musical information provided by the Models 10’s allows a far greater appreciation of the music and sense of realism, as compared to most other speakers through which so much information is obscured. “

Sanders Sound Model 10 Electrostat Speaker Review

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Vapor Audio Cirrus Black Loudspeaker $3,995

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http://www.stereotimes.com/post/vapor-audio-cirrus-black-loudspeaker/

 

I’m just going to state up front that this is a very impressive sounding pair of loudspeakers, especially given their relatively modest price point. “

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INTRODUCING THE NEW BAETIS REVOLUTION II MEDIA SERVER t $2995,

http://www.theabsolutesound.com/articles/introducing-the-new-baetis-revolution-ii-media-server/Image

“Best of all, we have kept the Revolution’s price at $2995”

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