Top Audio & Video 2004
Looking to reach the home audio/video market with this all-inclusive matching system, Zingali is known for their horn loudspeaker designs. Seen here are their smaller offerings with a Zingali wood wrapped Pioneer plasma TV.
At the Milan show is Heil's A.M.T. loudspeaker with innovative tweeter design. Many unique features and best bet would be to see our
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Pathos' Inpol2 stereo integrated amplifier offers a tube
preamplifier stage with sold-state output devices that produce 45 watts per channel. Frequency response is an outstanding 2Hz to 70kHz (+-0.5dB).
Here is a great world premier as Audio Consulting had a prototype of their Silver Wire Gain Amplifier (€35,000 or so). There is no heatsinks, no metal in the transistors, etc. There are three transformers, silver of course, per channel. Batteries powers the unit as
well to complete this very tweak design.
Nightengale's new ATS 51 "Class A" monoblock tube amplifier (€8,652) has four 7581 and a pair of 6922 tubes.
KEF is wandering into the mini system with their KHT integrated pre/amp/DVD unit and designer loudspeakers. A built-in special circuitry is said to produce surround sound type audio with simply a pair of loudspeakers.
Focal.JMlab had a static display including their top range Grande Utopia. Too many
ingenious features to quickly type out here, so please see our expert assessment of them within
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