QRP Pressing Plant – Video

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“120.000 W of pure Class A!? Well, anyone attending the Audio Video Show 2017 in Poland will have a chance to experience Opera Only Live… Yes, I’ll be there to explore this “machine” hands-on… ”

Synergistic Research 25th Anniversary SR25 Power Cord and Power Cell 12 UEF SE, RMAF 2017

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​Sonos One Review -Video

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AudioQuest • Niagara 5000 and 7000 Power Conditioners $4,000 Review

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“What these records shared was a sense that the players were not just in the room with me but were in the same room with each other. The kind of noise that the Niagara 7000 was removing was not like the noise of children playing in the next room, or noise from traffic filtering into the listening room. The best noise reduction is reducing noise that’s riding along with the musical signal and disguising itself, not as background noise in the normal sense of the word. Power-line noise is an unwanted electrical signal that attaches itself to the recorded signal and strangles it of dynamic energy and rhythm. Fighting against that noise (by, for example, simply adding more amplification power) can add a more “audiophile” sound. Reducing or eliminating the noise, on the other hand, will make the performance sound less canned, reducing the sludge that prevents you from hearing the cues of real people in the same room reacting to each others’ playing. Miles Davis In Concert/My Funny Valentine [Mobile Fidelity UDSACD 2141], a fabulous Fred Plaut Columbia recording polished to perfection for this reissue, will sound pretty good on most any system, but with the Niagara inserted, the sense of Miles’s interactions with the band stood out as never before.’

The world’s largest record collection | Music Everywhere -Video

October 21, 2017 § Leave a comment

Okki Nokki RCM-II Record Cleaning Machine Review

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“I did initially invest in a Spin Clean, probably one of the least expensive, longest in production cleaning apparatus on the market. The Spin Clean costs around $90 and comes with a cleaning solution, the contraption itself, and drying cloths. While I found it worked, it was very labor intensive, and you are left to dry your records manually. The manufacturer also recommends washing at least 25-30 records at a time so as to economize the fluid. While the Spin Clean does a pretty good job, the amount of work involved left me wanting something a bit more sophisticated.”

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