Archive for March, 2017

GamuT Di150 LE integrated amplifier Review

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“Its price of $12,990 pits the GamuT Di150 LE against some serious integrated amplifiers, including the Mark Levinson No.585 ($12,000), the Ayre Acoustics AX-5 Twenty ($12,950), and the Musical Fidelity Nu-Vista 800 ($12,999)—all of which are listed in Class A of Stereophile’s “Recommended Components.” I’ve never heard in my system another amplifier, tubed or solid-state, that provided such enormous images or such speed, dynamics, and pure force. Emanating from “black” backgrounds of noiseless space, notes flew from the Di150 LE with purpose and punch, whether from LP or CD.”

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Elac Uni-Fi UB5 by Andrew Jones Hands On Review – Video

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NOBLE AUDIO SAGE REVIEW

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“Sage incorporates a dual balanced armature design, where one driver displays lows and the other will reproduce highs and mids. Noble‘s configuration and tuning result in a soundsignature that delivers powerful, punchy and tight bass. This is one thing I love about my Kaiser 10, and the way Sage reproduces lows actually reminds me in many ways of my custom K10 (I‘m not saying they are the same though). Kaiser‘s bass is more impactful, more present and a tad bigger, both models though are free of frequency-bleeding, meaning bass will always stay put where it should. Sage‘s lows are nicely textured, have certain weight to them and come across with great body. Mids are lush and energetic with a smooth touch”

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ARIES CERAT SYMPHONIA HORN SPEAKERS REVIEW

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” Symphonia completely eliminate diffraction coloration and smearing transients, with unique 360 degree bullet-shaped solid-wood horns. But, thats not all. The eleven kg, 4” oversized titanium driver, with a massive magnetic system is connected to the multi-tap transformer, that can tune the speakers according to each room’s acoustics. ”

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Focal Utopia Headphones Review – Video

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Metaxas Marquis Memento Mori headphones amp – Video

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Klipsch – The Three – Review

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” My family used Spotify exclusively with The Three (other than my testing). It worked fantastic and streamed without a single issue. Products that have connectivity issues or need to be fiddled with after a period of nonuse, are nonstarters in my house. If I have to tell my family, “wait a second while I reconfigure something on your phone real quick,” after having set it up previously, my family won’t use the product. I know, first world problems, but problems nonetheless. With The Three and Spotify Connect, not only could my family stream to the unit near the kitchen table, they could tap the device name within the Spotify app to select a different Klipsch speaker. It’s really that easy and it worked every time. ”

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