Blue Satellite Headphones Review – Video

October 18, 2017 § Leave a comment

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LIVING VOICE VOX OLYMPIAN HORN SPEAKERS

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Okki Nokki RCM-II Record Cleaning Machine Review

October 17, 2017 § Leave a comment

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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.”

Audio Research LS28 Stereo Preamplifier Review

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“The LS28 left me wondering about the end of the road in audiophile land. Where does a hobbyist go when spending $7,500 gets you a component as luxurious and high quality as the LS28? There are some exotic preamplifiers costing two or three times as much, even from Audio Research, that are unlikely to sound two or three times better. Or do they? Before spending that kind of coin, does it not make more sense to substantially upgrade your room and then your amplification or speakers? Combined with the fact that no other company on the market can equal the service and support offered by ARC, the value proposition for the LS28 is substantial.”

TORUS POWER AVR20 TOROIDAL ISOLATION POWER TRANSFORMER REVIEW

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“The Torus Power AVR 20 will take any system up a notch or two. If you have a system that is good, great or even excellent, running your equipment through the AVR 20 will take your system to the next level. As an example, the street price of my system is around $30,000. This is not modest but in my view is at the point of diminishing returns. The AVR 20 let my system rise up and be competitive with systems costing as much as $75,000 – $100,000. This was an astonishing level of improvement for what is a relatively small investment. Add that the Torus Power AVR 20 provides on-going protection of your equipment and you have a most highly recommended component!”

Bowers & Wilkins’ PX wireless noise-cancelling headphone – Video

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MRSPEAKERS ÆON $800 REVIEW

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“The drop post 200Hz will deliver a cooler sound, possibly a little thinned out so it won’t deliver a classic mid-bass impact. Personally, I am just fine with that as I prefer my power to reside a lot lower in the FR to prevent upper bass bloom and an overly muddy presentation which the AEON successfully avoids. It does mean some instrumental work will lack a bit of authority and richness that you will find in other more elevated tonal presentations.”

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