Pro-Ject’s $499 VC-S Wet Vacuum Record Cleaning Machine

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Acoustic Sounds Buys Mega Record Collection – Video

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Synergistic Research Active Ground Block SE Review

March 27, 2018 § Leave a comment

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“The sonic improvement the Active Ground Block SE bestowed upon the system was immediately apparent and wasn’t subtle. The quieter noise floor was expected but is even more pitch black in its quietness. Where previously you can hear background voices being grouped together, you can now identify them individually and get a sense of space between them with the way they are standing in a slight diagonal line stretch to the back of the soundstage. The authority and texture of percussion are clear and vivid. The separation and resolution of the vocals and other instruments now really stand out without losing the warmth and musical nature of all the pieces coming together. I also wanted to note that one of the most impressive elements about the Active Ground Block SE is how beautiful and engaging the music is at even very low volumes. I’ve turned my PS Audio BHK Signature Preamp down to volume level 1 and have been amazed at the detail I can still hear. In some ways, it’s even more engaging because you can’t help but appreciate how the little details and musicality of the tracks come through.”

Synergistic Research SR25 Power Cord Review – Video

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QRP Pressing Plant

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Recommended Components: 2018 Edition

March 20, 2018 § Leave a comment

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“Components listed here have been formally reviewed in Stereophile and have been found to be among the best available in each of four or five quality classes. Whether a component is listed in Class A or Class E, we highly recommend its purchase.”

Core Power Tech Equi=Core 300 Review

March 8, 2018 § Leave a comment

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“Our test track was Christopher Cross’s Deputy Dan off the excellent Cafe Carlyle Sessions. Its a naturally smooth sounding recording to begin with a firm focus on vocals, piano, and some acoustical arrangements. And once again the leap in dynamics was excellent. This was not such a nuanced difference this time either. Vocals, in particular, sounded more lifelike and engaging and everything sounded wonderfully transparent. The 300 pulled no filtering monkey business on core sound of this setup and I enjoy it all the more for that.”

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