MOST EXPENSIVE RECORD SHOP! – Video

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

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Focal Utopia Headphones Review – Video

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Dan D’Agostino Progression Mono monoblock power amplifier $38,000 Review

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“I harbor no such fears about the Dan D’Agostino Master Audio Systems Progression Mono. Instead, I’m eager to discover if JA’s tests will help explain how these monoblocks produced such detailed, natural-sounding, air-filled, ultra-dynamic, supremely musical sound.

SHANGRI-LA HIFIMAN $50,000 REVIEW

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“The dynamics and speed of this system is unlike anything else I have auditioned. The cost of this product reflects the years of research and development that went into designing one of the best personal audio systems in the world. If your looking for ultimate dynamics with musicality and a product that is truly one of a kind this is the system that makes dreams come true. Live performers in your listening room comes at a steep price but for the fortunate who could afford to buy this system it will provide years of ultimate enjoyment. ”

HiFiMan Susvara Headphones $6000 Review

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“Once again, I went back to the HE1000 V2s, and once again, the difference was obvious. The HE1000 V2s made Jackson’s tenor sax sound breathier and thinner, and overemphasized Drummond’s brushed cymbals. This time, I also threw in Audeze’s LCD-Xes ($1799), a well-regarded open-backed, planar-magnetic design. The LCD-Xes gave me a much different sound. It was punchier, with stronger bass and treble — more dynamic, more kick-ass, but also more like a typical multimiked, multitracked jazz recording than a Chesky recording”

HIFIMAN SHANGRI-LA ELECTROSTATIC HEADPHONES AND PURE CLASS A AMPLIFIER $50,000 REVIEW

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The headphones are physically transparent as well. There are no cones or magnets in the way to block light, so you can see through them. The open back allows the user to hear sounds in the room, so if your spouse says, “Put the headphones down, and come help me set the table for dinner,” you will hear her. I thought at first room sounds would be distracting, but I became so involved with the music from this incredible audio system, my brain tossed all external sounds aside.”

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