KEF’s R300 speaker Review

October 31, 2017 § Leave a comment

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“I have a pair of KEF LS50 speakers on hand for direct comparison and not surprisingly, the two speakers sound similar, but the R300 is weightier, fuller and delivers more low-end power. Dynamics pack a bigger punch with Led Zeppelin’s “Presence” album; returning to the LS50 I miss the R300s’ oomph.”

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Audio System Sound Wilson Audio Alexia – Video

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Samsung Gear IconX Headphones Hands On Review – Video

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Edifier Luna Eclipse HD – Hands On Review

October 30, 2017 § Leave a comment

Elac Miracord Vinyl Deck AS-61 Hi-Fi Live Show 2017 – Video

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AROMA AUDIO A10 PORTABLE HEADPHONE AMPLIFIER – REVIEW

October 30, 2017 § Leave a comment

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“Aroma is a company to watch, their first offering hit it out of the park. If you have one of those really expensive DAPs that needs an external amplifier, or if you would just rather use your phone for your music source, then the A10 is a must have, even if you are only using IEMs, and at a reasonable price. If you are looking for a signal processor that will make a product that actively sounds bad, sound better, then the A10 is not that, but there are plenty of DSP apps that can do the job better than an external amplifier that is in effect degrading the sound (even if you like the results), but if you want to get the most out of your source and headphones then the A10 is a great choice.”

Dynaudio Special Forty Review

October 29, 2017 § Leave a comment

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“The manufacturing process used to create the Special Forty’s veneer is more elaborate than we might expect: 1.5mm-thick wood slices are cut from birch wood in Finland. Each slice is coloured red or grey without paint (lest it obscure the wood grain) before many hundreds of slices are glued and pressed together to form a solid block. This block is then cross-cut again to create thin slices of veneer, this time though at ninety degrees to the original layers and so creating a pseudo wood/pin-stripe effect.”

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