Astell&Kern AK70 Portable Music Player Review

June 30, 2017 § Leave a comment

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“With its previous players Astell&Kern firmly established itself as a purveyor of the finest (and most expensive) portable players available, but the company was never in the running to offer the best value for the money at entry level. But with the AK70, A&K has a player that offers more usable features and flexibility at an affordable price than any of its previous offerings. With the ability to easily handle a wide range of earphones thanks to its balanced and single-ended connections, combined with features such as AK Connect, which allows you to play back anything on your home NAS through the AK70, this player delivers more value and bang-for-the-buck than most of the current crop of players priced between $500 and $700.”

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Synergistic Research PowerCell 12 UEF SE Power Conditioner $6495 Review

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” his not only allows for instruments and vocalists to be better defined and virtually crystallize as never before, it also allows me to listen at much lower listening levels and still enjoy all the PRAT of the recorded music. If like me, once you reach a certain age its important to protect those ears and leave the high volume sessions for special occasions only! Yet, I still want to hear everything that the music can offer and without sacrifice at the lower volumes.”

KORG DS-DAC-100 REVIEW

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” Everything else is exemplary. Neither frequency dips nor rises mar any audible surface. There’s hardly any jitter; and even under harsh loads, IMD and THD rise imperceptibly. You won’t get 120dB out of this thing in any metric, but you will artefact-free 107dB, which is a hell of a lot better than 99% of amps out there.”

DIY Speaker Build – Cyclops (aka Poke Ball) Omnidirectional Speakers – Video

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MrSpeakers Ether Flow Headphones $1,800 Review

June 29, 2017 § Leave a comment

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Listening to highresolution files of John McEuen’s (founder of the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band) Made in Brooklyn album on the Ether Flow and HiFiMan Edition X headphones, the Flow’s more naturally balanced midrange was immediately apparent. It sounded “right.” The vocals, acoustic guitars, banjo, mandolin, fiddle, stand-up bass, flute, and clarinet were all vibrantly alive, while the Edition X’s sound was consistently leaner, less full and satisfying.

Boenicke W11 Part 1 – Video

June 29, 2017 § Leave a comment

A Conversation with ELAC Speaker Designer Andrew Jones | Stereophile – Video

June 28, 2017 § Leave a comment

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