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10 / 15 / 19

Chord Electronics Huei MM/MC Phono Stage

Chord Electronics Huei MM/MC Phono Stage
American distributor Bluebird Music today announced immediate availability of the new Huei phono stage from Chord Electronics ($1495). The Huei is based on Chord's flagship Symphonic phono stage, yet comes in the more affordable Qutest casework and adds MM compatibility. Designed and built in the UK, the Huei features MM/MC compatibility, highly versatile adjustable gain and loading easily accessed from the front panel, RCA unbalanced and XLR balanced outputs, a rumble filter and Chord's brand new ultra-low-noise microprocessor.

Huei features Chord’s first ultra-low-noise microprocessor which controls its main features including a convenient memory function. Huei also offers: unbalanced inputs, both unbalanced and balanced outputs, eight step user selectable gain, 47k Ohms MM impedance, twelve step user selectable MC impedance from 30 to 47k Ohms and a rumble filter. Like Cord's Qutest, the Huei is built to last with solid aluminum precision-machined casework.

 

 

Zesto Audio Vacuum Tube Stereo Leto Ultra Preamplifier

Zesto Audio Vacuum Tube Stereo Leto Ultra Preamplifier
Zesto Audio is pleased to announce the world premiere of their newest product, the Leto Ultra Preamplifier. This product will debut at the Toronto Audiofest 2019 from October 18th through 20th within exhibit room 219. Of note is the six position Presence control that easily allows you to dial in your preference without any technical knowledge required. George Counnas, President and design engineer, says "It works great for your mood too, because sometimes I'm in the mood for lots of detail and sometimes I want it laid back and I can do it from my sofa with the remote."

Other features of Zesto Audio's Leto Ultra Preamplifier include an upgraded circuit topography that delivers more musical detail with tighter bass. A new vacuum tube configuration with the 12DW7 / ECC832 allows for the smoothest transition from the input section to outputs. You can select three gain positions of 3dB, 6dB, and 9dB to match input volume levels to your system. There are six analog inputs for your many sources with three true dedicated transformer XLR balanced inputs and three RCA unbalanced. New LED indicators on the front panel clearly display all your adjustments, while a six position Presence Control adjusts the harmonic balance in the mid- and high frequencies. Lastly, a nine button remote control provides convenient adjustment of settings including Input, Volume, Presence, Mute, Mono and Gain.

 

 

10 / 14 / 19

RMAF 2019 Show Report Part 6

RMAF 2019 Show Report Part 6
7th Floor Exploration....
Show Report By Rick Becker

 

 

Stereonet Hi-Fi Show 2019 October 18th Through 20th

Stereonet Hi-Fi Show 2019 October 18th Through 20th
Stereonet Hi-Fi Show is Australia's greatest exhibition of Hi-Fi, Home Cinema, Headphones and Home Entertainment. It will take place in Melbourne, October 18th through 20th, 2019, showcasing both Australian and international hi-fi and home cinema brands in one place. This year, the show will feature over 100 brands and 40 exhibitors, with names such as Audio Research, Audiofly, Bluesound, Bowers & Wilkins, DALI, Epson, JBL, Luxman, Polk Audio, Kharma, Yamaha and many more. 

The show will cover a wide range of aspects of the audio industry, with various products featured in displays, auditions, and giveaways to ensure visitors receive a well-rounded experience. Why go to the cinema when you can bring the big screen home? At this year's show, you'll witness the very latest in projectors, surround sound audio systems and more. The Australian Record Fair will assemble an expansive collection of vintage, collectible, and new vinyl in a family-friendly setting. Previous year's shows broke records, so to speak, with over 30 vendors bringing in 100,000 unique vinyl recordings and related pieces of memorabilia. This year's Australian Record Fair will showcase records and other material from top vendors from around Australia.

 

 

Cube Audio Nenuphar Mini And Nenuphar Mini Monitor Speaker

Cube Audio Nenuphar Mini And Nenuphar Mini Monitor
Cube Audio Nenuphar Mini and Nenuphar Mini Monitors are single driver loudspeaker based on Cube Audio's F8 Neo. Both feature a new single 8" driver combined with very effective TQWT enclosure. Available finishes are black or white piano, with all drivers and cabinets handmade in Poland. Pursuing the highest quality and longevity, the manufacturing process involves both artisan craftsmanship and modern precise computer-controlled CNC machines. Due to their high sensitivity of 91dB/W/m, Cube Audio's preference for amplification is single-ended vacuum tube 2A3, Px4, or 45 tube-based units. Nonetheless, most Class A solid-state amps are said to also work well.

 

 

10 / 11 / 19

Produce Your Own 10" Music LPs With Phonocut

Produce Your Own 10" Music LPs With Phonocut
While we here at Enjoy the Music.com are extremely cautious about promoting Kickstarter programs, this one piqued our interest. Phonocut home vinyl LP recorder will soon be available starting at €999. Vinyl records are celebrating a worldwide comeback, but still their production is locked up inside of high-tech, high-volume pressing plants. The designers and engineers at Phonocut gave a re-think to re-invent the production of vinyl LP records. Recording your fave music is a mere three simple steps away as you place the vinyl blank on the platter, then connect your music input, and lastly press the start button. Your custom recorded 10" LPs hold about 15 minutes per side. Analog input looks to be standard stereo 3.5mm plug.

 

 

10 / 10 / 19

Soulution Audio 330 Stereo Integrated Amplifier Review

Soulution Audio 330 Stereo Integrated Amplifier
A wolf in sheep's clothing.
Review By Phil Gold
Sometimes a review is difficult to write. Not today! This review writes itself. I'm not quite sure if a twenty-grand amp can be called a bargain, but I'm going to do it anyway, and I'm going to have to tell you why. Forget for a moment the looks, the size of the box, the technological nuggets inside, just listen to the sound, experience this special imaging. If you were blind testing you'd swear this was a tube amp, so full and alive is the midrange. But what tube amp has such control in the bass?
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GIK Acoustics Impression & Alpha Series Acoustic Foam

GIK Acoustics Impression & Alpha Series Acoustic Foam
GIK Acoustics is launching an acoustic foam option as part of their popular Impression Series and Alpha Series room treatments. The Impression and Alpha Series are panels that utilize a front plate with designs cut into it to both absorb low-to-mid frequencies while diffusing high frequencies simultaneously. The result is said to be even, tempered low-mid frequency control as well as improved high-frequency balance and ambience. Available in squares measuring 23.5" x 23.5" and 2.25" thick, the high-performing acoustic foam offers a lightweight, versatile, affordable, and effective version of GIK Acoustics' artfully crafted acoustic panels.

Twelve elegant patterns are available for their Impression Series and include Basketweave, Braids, Palomar, Sunrise, Wavy Leaves, Bubbles, Checkerboard, Gatsby Arches, Mod Geometric, 3D Cubes, and Digiwave (horizontal & vertical). The Alpha Series is available in three mathematical patterns including 1D (one-dimensional), 2Da and 2Db (two-dimensional). There are five plate finishes including Blonde wood veneer, Black veneer, White veneer, Grey Elm veneer, and Mahogany veneer.

 

 

10 / 09 / 19

McIntosh State-Of-The-Art A/V MX170 Processor

McIntosh State-Of-The-Art A/V MX170 Processor
McIntosh's MX170 A/V processor ($15,500) has 12 HDMI ports with HDCP2.2 and 18Gbps bandwidth for full 4K Ultra HD and 4:4:4 color. Audio includes Hi-Res Audio, Dolby Atmos, DTS:X, Auro-3D, eARC and RoomPerfect, with video featuring Dolby Vision, HDR10 and HLG. Experience movies in the comfort of home with the brilliance of 4K Ultra HD, the vividness of High Dynamic Range (HDR), and the immersiveness of 3D surround sound like never before with the new McIntosh MX170 A/V Processor. McIntosh's MX170 has eight HDMI HDCP 2.2 18Gbps inputs and four HDMI outputs that are powered by the newest and most powerful HDMI processors available.

On the audio side, the new MX170 is compatible with Hi-Res Audio and all the leading object-based 3D surround sound formats including Dolby Atmos, DTS:X and Auro-3D to give a truly immersive experience. It includes sophisticated RoomPerfect room correction technology that will measure and adjust the audio output to compensate for the specific acoustic properties of the room. To produce this immersive home theater experience, the MX170 features balanced outputs for a 15.1 surround sound speaker configuration.

The MX170 comes with a full suite of digital inputs including four TosLink optical, three S/PDIF coaxial and one USB that each accept up to 24-bit/192kHz signals, plus a digital AES/EBU input. There's also a complete complement of analog audio inputs comprised of two XLR balanced and four RCA unbalanced inputs, a phono input and a 7.1 multichannel unbalanced input. 

 

 

McIntosh's Value-Priced MX123 A/V Processor

McIntosh's Value-Priced MX123 A/V Processor
McIntosh's MX123 A/V processor ($8000) has 10 HDMI ports, HDCP2.3, 18Gbps bandwidth for full 4K Ultra HD, 4:4:4 color and Rec. 2020. Audio is 13.2 discrete channels, Dolby Atmos, DTS:X, Auro-3D, eARC, AirPlay2, Audyssey MultEQ XT32. For video, McIntosh's MX123 supports Dolby Vision, HDR10, HLG, and IMAX Enhanced. The MX123 features upgraded Hi-Res Audio and surround sound digital audio processing capabilities that results in two more discrete audio channels, bringing the MX123 to 13.2 discrete audio channels compared to 11.2 channels in the previous model.

These 13.2 discrete channels are available via both balanced and unbalanced audio outputs that can be used in a variety of home theater speaker configurations; two additional RCA unbalanced outputs offer further connection flexibility. DSD and ALAC playback support have been doubled to DSD128 and ALAC 192kHz for better high resolution audio performance. For video, the MX123 has seven HDMI inputs and three HDMI outputs. All HDMI inputs and outputs are HDCP 2.3, making the MX123 compliant and compatible with digital content protection specifications for well into the future. They all also have 18Gbps of bandwidth to support High Dynamic Range (HDR) formats.

An exciting new feature on the MX123 is IMAX Enhanced. IMAX Enhanced is a set of stringent performance standards established by IMAX and DTS to create a consistent and higher bar for image and sound performance on premium devices. Streaming options on the MX123 includes Apple AirPlay 2 along with Bluetooth and Spotify Connect for easy streaming from mobile devices. McIntosh's MX123 offers multi-room audio, Siri voice control, and enhanced playback. TuneIn is also included for further music streaming options. To assist with streaming performance and reliability, wireless connectivity has been improved to include 2.4/5GHz dual band support.

 

 

McIntosh MC255 Five-Channel Amplifier With TripleView

McIntosh MC255 Five-Channel Amplifier With TripleView
McIntosh's new MC255 ($8000) five-channel solid-state power amplifier features the company's TripleView output power meters. There's also an over twofold increase in dynamic headroom for up to 250 Watts per channel (Wpc) output. The MC255 features McIntosh's striking new TripleView Power Output Meter that independently indicates the real time power reading of the amplifier's three front channels. Instead of three separate meter windows each housing a single meter as found on McIntosh previous five-channel amplifier, the easy-to-read, 15" wide TripleView features three of McIntosh's traditional mechanical meters in a single meter enclosure.

Power filter capacity has been increased by 50% which has more than doubled dynamic headroom from 1.7dB to 3.6dB – a key feature in a home theater amplifier – as well as improving the performance of low frequencies. When using just the front left, center and right channels, power output has been increased by 25% from 200 to 250 Wpc. When using all five channels, each will receive a healthy 200 Wpc.

McIntosh's MC255 runs cool and quiet thanks to four of McIntosh's Monogrammed Heatsinks, which are connected to advanced high current output transistors that efficiently and silently cool the amplifier. Speaker wire terminals have been updated to McIntosh's standard gold-plated binding posts that prevent corrosion and ensure a quality signal is sent to the speakers. Traditional McIntosh knobs now adorn the front panel to control the meter lights and power function. Direct LED backlighting has been added to the front panel for improved color accuracy and durability.

 

 

Australian Hi-Fi Magazine September / October 2019

Australian Hi-Fi September / October 2019 Magazine
Australian Hi-Fi magazine's September / October 2019 issue has reviews of the Halcro Eclipse mono power amplifiers, Wilson Benesch P1.0 loudspeakers, Dynaudio Sub 6 active DSP subwoofer, Pioneer SE-MS9BN wireless NC headphones, Blue Ella dual mode headphones, and AudioQuest Dragonfly Cobalt portable DAC. Each year, 62 judges from 29 countries around the world, including Australia, gather to decide the best consumer audio products. This issue Australian Hi-Fi reveal the EISA Award winners for 2019–2020!

Features within this issue are the Rogers LS3/5A, Clearaudio Jubilee, Luxman PD-151, Roksan K3di, Cambridge AXA25, John Curl at iFi, JBL Tune 120TWS, Denon AVC-X6500H, Kii BXT, Richter Merlin, McIntosh C2700, AudioQuest Folk Heroes, Wharfedale Denton 85, Miyajima Infinity, Canton Smart SoundBars, Sennheiser IE80S, Yamaha YAS-109, Ayre Acoustics EX-8, Wilson Chronosonic XVX and Australian Hi-Fi chronicles the arrival of new distributor Hifi Collective.

Greg Borrowman's editorial within this issue of Australian Hi-Fi+ says, "One disagrees with J. Gordon Holt at one's peril. Although he's no longer here to defend himself (which he could do quite frighteningly), having left these realms for one in which there are no distortions and the music from the harps is always gloriously in tune, there are many who will troll you even after all the bridges have fallen." See what's within this issue of Australian Hi-Fi+ magazine at this link.

 

 

Amazon Music HD Lossless 24-bit/192kHz Hi-Res Music

Free 24/192 HD Music For Three Months From Amazon
Amazon Music reaches a massive amount of music lovers globally and their new Ultra HD tier ($14.99 a month, $12.99 for Prime members) delivers upwards of true lossless 24-bit/192kHz streaming music to subscribers. This price is less than what lossless Qobuz, and lower quality lossy Tidal, provides today. Amazon claims to already have over 50 million songs within their High Definition tier, yet keep in mind that is CD quality 16-bit/44.1kHz. Of those, there are 10 million songs within their Ultra HD tier. Enjoy the Music.com greatly appreciates the first mainstream music provider in offering true lossless Hi-Res Music streaming services to their customers. Learn more from Amazon at this link.

 

 

10 / 08 / 19

Mola Mola Makua Preamplifier / DAC / Phono Mated With Kaluge Class D Mono Power Amplifiers Review

Mola Mola Makua Preamplifier / DAC / Phono
Mated With Kaluge Class D Mono Power Amplifiers
Reimagining Net Neutrality
The Mola Mola Kaluga Class D mono power amplifiers and companion Makua preamplifier with onboard DAC and Phono modules.
Review By Maurice Jeffries Of Positive Feedback
Now that GTT Audio & Video head Bill Parish and I are finally back on friendly terms (heck, he even calls me on the phone occasionally to give me a hard time, and to ask when I plan to get around to finishing the reviews I promised to write, if ever), it seemed like the right time to share with the world my thoughts on a wonderful suite of electronics from the cutting edge design team at Mola Mola, the Dutch electronics wizards with the funny sounding name.
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Rupert Neve Fidelice Precision DAC Review

World Premiere Review!
Fidelice Precision DAC By Rupert Neve
As the artists intended.
Review By Gary Barker Of Headphone.Guru
Musicians and regular attendees of CanJams will be familiar with the name Rupert Neve. Rupert Neve began designing custom mixing consoles for the music industry back in the 1960s and his current company Rupert Neve Designs continues in that tradition, building custom mixing consoles, microphone preamplifiers, equalizers and accessories for Pro-Audio. Fidelice is a new line of Reference Consumer Audio products created by Rupert Neve Designs with the intent of bringing studio-quality sound to the average music lover, and the Fidelice Precision Digital-to-Analog Converter is their opening salvo.
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10 / 07 / 19

Triangle Borea Loudspeaker Series

Triangle Borea Loudspeaker Series
Triangle's new Borea loudspeaker series offers excellent value (€319 to €1199 per pair) combined with comprehensive experience in acoustic design. These speakers are aimed towards discerning audiophiles, with a wide range of solutions for virtually any listening room and / or home theater. Their sleek design and sonic signature are designed to bring a unique intensity and emotion to music. Triangle focuses on fast and precise drivers with large voice coils, all housed in optimized cabinets.

The tweeter of the Borea range is equipped with a next-generation system called EFS (Efficient Flow System). It is based on a 25mm silk dome drive unit known for its neutrality, with a phase plug developed specifically to homogenize high-frequency diffusion. This system is said to significantly reduce the directivity regardless of your listening location in the room. Midrange driver is made with a membrane of 100% natural cellulose paper. On the three-way floorstander, the midrange driver incorporates a small pleat peripheral short-travel suspension, which Triangle is known for.

 

 

10 / 05 / 19

RMAF 2019 Show Report Part 5 By Rick Becker

RMAF 2019 Show Report Part 5 (Updated 10/05/19)
8th Floor Filled With Great Gear
Show Report By Rick Becker

 

 

10 / 04 / 19

Toronto Audiofest 2019 Show Report

Toronto Audiofest 2019 Show Oct 18th To 20th
Enjoy the Music.com's Toronto Audiofest 2019 show report, from October 18th through 20th, features Canada's luxury high-technology home audio showcase. The Toronto Audiofest is Ontario's new and acclaimed consumer electronics (CE) exhibition. It brings together over 300 brands of the best audio and video equipment from around the world. You can hear, touch and compare it in over 100 demo rooms ranging from 240 to 2400 sq. ft. on nine floors. It is the perfect place to come if you're considering acquiring a complete system or only a new piece of equipment. All visitors share one thing in common, they have a passion for music! While some are pure audiophiles, many others are just curious to discover the benefits of better sound. Learn more at our Toronto Audiofest 2019 show report page.

 

 

10 / 03 / 19

Merrill Audio Element 118 Solid-State Monoblock Amplifier Review

World Premiere Review!
Merrill Audio Element 118 Monoblock Amplifiers

A transparent, powerful, refined, good looking, but admittedly pricey brute.
Review By Tom Lyle
The Element 118 monoblocks are Merrill Audio's newest products. I read about them long before I received my review samples, so I already knew that they are the most ambitious components that Merrill Audio has ever produced. They are named Element 118 after Oganesson, the newest element in the periodic table. Merrill Audio used this for the name of their amplifier because it "reflects the newest in technologies in the Element 118".
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Hi-Fi World November 2019

Hi-Fi World November Features Reviews & Think Pieces
Hi-Fi World's November 2019 issue features a contest with your chance to win a World Designs Pre3cf valve preamplifier kit worth ฃ929. High-end audio equipment reviews include Bowers & Wilkins Formation Duo loudspeakers, Naim Mu-so 2 second generation speaker, Spendor D7.2 loudspeakers, Pow Audio Mo Bluetooth speaker, Cowon Audio Iaudio I-Fi Hi-Res player, Tellurium Q Ultra Black Ii loudspeaker cables, Mcru No.7 Mains Cable, Rotel A11 amplifier, Charisma Audio Musiko MM/MC phono stage, and Origin Live Cartridge Enabler.

Within his editorial, Noel Keywood says, "How do you decide what to choose? This month we bring you an almost bewildering option – the fantastically modern Bowers & Wilkins Formation Duo loudspeakers (ฃ3500) on p10 that demand a Roon music server and an iPhone or iPad as a means of control, or the traditional but superb Spendor D7.2 loudspeakers. The Formation Duos may seem expensive but their price includes amplifiers, making them an all-in-one streaming system. Yet you need an iDevice and – say – a ฃ400 lifetime Roon subscription to make it all work." See what's within this issue of Hi-Fi World at this link.

 

 

10 / 02 / 19

Hi-Fi+ Issue 176 October 2019

Hi-Fi+ October 2019 High-End Audio Magazine
Hi-Fi+ magazine's October 2019 issue features coverage of Hong Kong High-End Audio Video Show 2019. Gear reviews in this issue include Fink Team Borg floorstanding loudspeaker, Dartzeel NHB-18NS/NHB-108 Model Two preamplifier & power amp, Mark Levinson No 5805 integrated amplifier, Fyne Audio F702 floorstander, Technics SL-1000R direct drive turntable & tonearm, Emm Labs DV2 DAC, Bowers & Wilkins Formation Duo networked active loudspeakers, Pathos Acoustics Kratos integrated amplifier, Audiovector R1 Arret้ stand-mount loudspeaker, Naim Audio Mo-So Generation 2 networked active loudspeaker, Nordost Qpoint / Qcore Harmoniser / linear power supply, Gutwire Iris3, Pure3, and X3 power cords.

Hi-Fi+'s Ultimate Headphone Guide answers your personal audio questions, plus there's show coverage of CanJam London 2019, and reviews of Conrad-Johnson HVA-1 valve headphone amplifier, Warwick Acoustics Aperio electrostatic headphone system, and Auris Audio Euterpe valve headphone amplifier / DAC.

Alan Sircom's editorial within the October 2019 issue of Hi-Fi+ says, "The changing face of audio was brought home to me recently. I met with a friend who got into audio in the 1980s and then stopped. His system – still very well maintained and working correctly – reminded me of my first 'real' audio system in the late 1980s; a Linn LP12, a small 'chrome bumper' Naim preamplifier / power amplifier, and a pair of Linn Kan loudspeakers. While such systems still sound good, what's interesting is how far we've gone in other directions since." See what's within this issue of Hi-Fi+ magazine at this link.

 

 

10 / 01 / 19

Enjoy the Music.com's October Review Magazine

RMAF Vs. CEDIA And Twice Vs. CE Pro

Senseless Ramblings
RMAF Vs. CEDIA And Twice Vs. CE Pro
And we'll never have a high-end audio organization.
Editorial By Steven R. Rochlin
Since this is a Senseless Rambling article by Yours Truly, loyal readers of mine know what to expect. So grab the popcorn, a fine beverage and listen to some cool n' crazy tunes. Or something more 'age appropriate' as we are discussing the latest generations of music enthusiasts.
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Ear Jewelry For Audiophiles

Ear Jewelry For Audiophiles
Roger Skoff writes about the state of the 'art' in Hi-Fi.
Article By Roger Skoff
Have you seen what some of the latest, ultimate, super-duper High-End turntables look like? To me, they're reminiscent of what the "cities of the future" looked like in those old Buck Rogers or Flash Gordon movie serials of the 1930s and 1940s – great networks of massive gleaming towers, all surrounded and interconnected by loops and swirls of the aerial highways predicted by the people back then to be the roads for the flying cars of the future.
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Audio Analogue Maestro Anniversary Integrated Amplifier Review

Audio Analogue Maestro Anniversary Int. Amplifier
A sonic wolf in sheep's clothing.
Review By Tom Lyle
When I was asked if I would like to review Audio Analogue's newest integrated amplifier, I exclaimed "Yes!". Why? Because even on paper it seemed as if it was an extremely well-designed integrated amplifier, and also could easily power my reference speakers with a healthy 150 Watts per channel into 8 Ohms, its power doubling each time its impedance load is halved – and besides all this, I love equipment that's made in Italy. Even if some of this gear isn't a perfect match for the system in which it would be auditioned, I never have been disappointed in the sound quality of any of those components.
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Kharma Elegance dB7-S Floorstanding Speakers Review

Kharma Elegance dB7-S Floorstanding Speakers
Gorgeous looks... and they look as good as they sound.
Review By Tom Lyle
Let's be clear. Kharma Elegance dB7-Sare not the largest or the most expensive high-end loudspeakers one can buy. They aren't even the largest or most expensive speakers in the line that they are a part of. But they are gorgeous high-end speakers that sound as good as they look, and obviously designed, built, and are intended to be included in the best high-end audio systems that are owned by those that consider themselves to be discriminating audiophiles. One can place them into an existing system, or one can build a fine system around these speakers.
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LampizatOr Golden Gate 2 DAC Review

LampizatOr Golden Gate 2 DAC
An accurate and unfettered music source for my system.
Review By Matthew Clott
Vacuum tubes versus solid-state are the Audiophile's version of red versus white wine. Both are lovely and both have die-hard fans and haters alike. I don't buy into either club completely, and I don't want to start the next Vacuum Tube Versus Solid-State war. I have enjoyed and currently own both tube and solid-state gear, and use both for reviews. That said, years ago I developed an aversion to tubes in my DAC's, partly due to experience and partly due to unsubstantiated personal bias (hey, at least I'm honest!).
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LampizatOr Amber III (DAC) Review

World Premiere Review!
LampizatOr Amber III (DAC)
Fall in love with your music all over again.
Review By Dave Hanson
It's one thing to create a component that listeners can appreciate. It's quite another to create a component that makes listeners appreciate their music even more. For me, the LampizatOr Amber III digital to analog converter ($2750 on up depending on options) falls into the latter category, quite decisively, in fact. It's a component that reintroduces you to your music, and it produces love at first listen>
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Quiescent Mains Cable Loom Review

Quiescent Mains Cable Loom
The concept of vibration control in signal-carrying cables is a relatively well understood, but can the same factors affect a system via its mains cable?
Review By Kevin Fiske Of HIFICRITIC
Following my positive reviews in HIFICRITIC of the Quiescent Technologies Peak Speaker Cables (Vol. 12/2) and Peak Interconnect (Vol. 12/3) I was invited by the company to try its more costly Apex Interconnect. However, in my system the Apex sounded too fat in the bass and rather sluggish. I preferred the Peak. Quiescent's Steve Elford suspected my mains loom. Could one of his colleagues bring a selection of Quiescent – formerly Vertex AQ – mains products to try in my system?
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Sonus faber Olympica @ World Of McIntosh NYC

Sonus faber Olympica @ World Of McIntosh NYC
A good high-end system is akin to a time machine.
Review By Tom Lyle
Last year I took a tour of World Of McIntosh, a very impressive five-story luxury townhouse in the Soho neighborhood of downtown New York City. World Of McIntosh is an amazing place, packed with working audio systems featuring gear from McIntosh, Sonus faber, Pro-Ject Audio Systems, Audio Research, and more. This luxurious space is used as an event space, for invitation only audio tours, and for anything else one who wants to use a space "where music and design are merged in a way that's striking, memorable, and undeniably enjoyable".
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High-End Audiophile Review Magazine

Read All Articles, Reviews, And Show Reports
We have many more reviews, show reports and think pieces than shown above, so be sure to read this month's edition of Enjoy the Music.com's Review Magazine at this link.

 

 

09 / 30 / 19

RMAF 2019 Show Report Part 4 9th Floor

RMAF 2019 Show Report Part 4
9th Floor Features Great Gear!

Show Report By Rick Becker

 

 

Win FiiO's M9 High Resolution Lossless Music Player!

Win FiiO's M9 Hi-Res Audio Lossless Music Player!
Enjoy the Music.com is honored to join with FiiO for our September 2019 contest. You could win a FiiO M9 portable Hi-Res Audio portable music player valued at $299.99! FiiO's M9 Hi-Res Audio portable music player can handle everything from lossy MP3, OGG, and WMA to true lossless FLAC and WAV files for those who desire the very best in high-resolution music playback.
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09 / 27 / 19

Amazon Music HD Now Offers Songs In Dolby Atmos

Amazon Music HD Now Offers Songs In Dolby Atmos
Amazon Music HD, true Hi-Res Music lossless streaming in upward of 24-bit/192kHz, has announced Dolby Laboratories' Atmos music efforts. Dolby claims their providing musicians a platform that removes the limitations of creation and allows listeners to experience a deeper connection with their favorite artists and songs. A growing library of tracks in Dolby Atmos are available to experience on Echo Studio through the recently announced Amazon Music HD plan. Universal Music Group (UMG) has announced plans to release thousands of new songs, current hits, and legendary tracks in Dolby Atmos featuring a wide range of genres including hip-hop, pop, rock, country, jazz, and classical music. You can get a free three month trial of Amazon Music HD at this link.

 

 

Audiovector Introduces Their New R Series Speakers

Audiovector Introduces Their New R Series Speakers
Audiovector has been designing speakers for over 40 years, and their new R Series brings together their longstanding knowledge combined with handcraftsmanship. Audiovector's Freedom Grounding system eliminates distortion, improves overtones, lowers the noise floor, plus it increases image depth and focus according to the company. This technique routes away the motion-induced distortion between the drive units and increases control, resolution and micro dynamics. Separate grounding circuits connects from the loudspeaker driver to the ground terminal of your power distributor via the Schuko connector. All models include carbon fiber drivers for midrange / bass mated with an AMT Arrete tweeter.

All R-series speakers use a tilted plinth to avoid undesirable standing waves within the cabinet. Audiovector plinths have a built-in steel spring holding the spikes to rid the speakers from the mass of the floor. The R-series will all be available in the standard matte colors Italian Walnut, African Rosewood, Black Ash and White Silk. Custom piano colors are available on request. Black cloth grille is included with all speakers.

 

 

09 / 26 / 19

Van den Hul The Frog MC Phono Cartridge Unit

Van den Hul
The Frog MC Phono Cartridge

Smooth and soothing sounds for vinyl lovers.
Review By Steven R. Rochlin
Over the past five years i have been fortunate enough to avoid the digital wars. Let the other guys deal with DVD-Audio, SACD, HD DVD and Blu-ray as i sit back and enjoy my 8000+ and growing vinyl collection. Almost a year ago my review of the Oracle Delphi MK V turntable with Oracle-SME 345 tonearm proved that vinyl indeed has much to offer music lovers worldwide. While attending the recent Munich High End show (2007), i was chatting with Aalt Jouk van den Hul (A.J.) at some press event for another manufacturer. Have known A.J. for well over a decade, as he attends many shows, and we have sat down and enjoyed some nice conversations about music, audio equipment... whatever.
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McIntosh Announces MC257 Seven-Channel Amplifier

McIntosh Announces MC257 Seven-Channel Amplifier
McIntosh is proud to announce their MC257 seven-channel tri-amplified +1 / home theater power amplifier ($10,000). Bringing both tri-amplification for loudspeakers and / or home theater dreams to life, the MC257 produces 200 Watts per channel when all seven channels being used. Naturally the front panel is highlighted by McIntosh's new eye-catching TripleView Power Output Meter that independently indicates the real time power reading of the amplifier's three main channels.

In addition to the new TripleView meter, the MC257 features many other upgrades. When using just the front left, center and right channels, power output has been increased by 25% from 200 Watts per channel to 250 Watts per channel. When using all seven channels, each will receive a healthy 200 Watts per channel. Regardless of how many channels are used, the full 200 or 250 Watts is delivered to either 4 or 8 Ohm speakers via McIntosh's Dynamic Power Manager (DPM) technology. Filter capacity has been increased by 20% over previous models. Dynamic headroom has increased from 1.7dB to 3.3dB as well. Analog input is vis balanced XLR or unbalanced RCA, with speaker wire outputs via McIntosh's custom gold-plated binding posts.

 

 

CEntrance Cerene dB Stereo Headphones

CEntrance Cerene dB Stereo Headphones
CEntrance has broadened its audio product line with the launch of Cerene dB ($199.99), their first pair of headphones. The new headphones' sound is optimized to offer a transparent reference for professionals and audiophiles alike. The new Cerene dB headphones represent years of research into headphone performance. CEntrance spoke with loyal customers - professional musicians and audiophiles to understand what's truly important in headphone design. Sound quality, comfort, sound isolation, and affordability emerged as key factors. Cerene dB are closed-back headphones with a circumaural design for superior acoustic isolation. Premium synthetic leather ear pads and a padded headband provide comfort during long listening sessions. Large dynamic, neodymium drivers offer precise bass and extended high-end, equally great for recording and mixing, or enjoying favorite music. A foldable design with two-way, 180-degree cup rotation provides flexible storage options and makes the new headphones perfect for travel.

 

09 / 25 / 19

RMAF 2019 Show Report Part 3 By Rick Becker

RMAF 2019 Show Report Part 3
10th And 11Th Floor Continued
Show Report By Rick Becker

 

 

Capital Audiofest 2019 DIY And High-End Audio Show Report

Capital Audiofest 2019 DIY And High-End Audio Event
Capital Audiofest (CAF), launched in 2010 as a very casual DIY show, has evolved into a well-organized and well-attended event. CAF is recognized as a fun, friendly and family-oriented show where you often see parents with children strolling from room to room listening to music, auditioning gear, and browsing the multiple bins of vinyl records, CDs and accessories. During the evenings they feature live music within the bar and special live performers in the Theater. Adding to the fun local distillers offer tasting of their alcoholic beverages. CAF 2019 takes place from November 1st through 3rd at the Hilton Washington DC / Rockville Hotel & Executive Meeting Center. See Enjoy the Music.com's CAF 2018 show report at this link.

 

 

09 / 24 / 19

2019 Burning Amp Festival November 9 And 10

2019 Burning Amp Festival November 9 And 10
The 12th annual Burning Amp Festival, scheduled for November 9th and 10th, 2019, will be held at the Firehouse and Building C of the historic Fort Mason Center on the San Francisco waterfront. Burning Amp is a yearly participatory event for Do-It-Yourself (DIY) audiophiles to show off their projects, learn, network, and share their passion for experimenting with DIY audio gear. Founded in 2007, Burning Amp is an all-volunteer, non-profit audio happening attended by enthusiasts worldwide.

The Saturday Workshop Day (pre-registration required) will include an Amplifier Build Workshop and a Measurement Workshop. In the Amplifier Build Workshop participants will assemble a preamp/headphone amp, an all-new design from long term patron Nelson Pass. The Measurement Workshop, led by Bob Cordell and Demian Martin, will explore measurements of both amplifiers and loudspeakers. The Sunday main event offers amateur DIY audio projects on display and for audition. Burning Amp's keynote speakers are always standing-room-only (subject to Fire Dept. regulations) events. This year's speakers are: Sean Casey, founder of Zu Audio, and Nelson Pass, audio industry legend and DIY icon.

 

 

09 / 23 / 19

RMAF 2019 Photofest

Photofest Featuring 100 Pics From RMAF 2019

Photofest Featuring 100 Pics From RMAF 2019
RMAF 2019 photofest by Ron Nagle

 

 

Celebrate Abbey Road Via MORmusic.Today Event

Celebrate Abbey Road Via MORmusic.Today Event
MORmusic.today and many music retailers will be celebrating the 50th anniversary of The Beatles Abbey Road record release. Music lovers can visit a variety of locations to experience this album on September 28 via a coast-to-coast party. Beatles fans will have a rare opportunity to hear all 17 tracks, remixed, remastered, and delivered on premium sound systems in over 40 local high fidelity audio stores. Originally released on September 26, 1969, Abbey Road is considered to be a musical masterpiece, ranking among the greatest artistic achievements of the 20th Century. The album's unforgettable music has transcended its era, producing legendary hit singles like "Come Together," "Something," "Here Comes the Sun" and "Maxwell's Silver Hammer." To date, more than 14 million albums have been sold, topping all of the band's 12 studio releases.

To honor this historic 50th anniversary of Abbey Roads, over 40 independent stores in over 20 states across the United States and Canada will play the newly remastered album on its premium quality sound system, delivering a one-of-a-kind experience for Beatles fans. Featuring the original 17 tracks newly mixed by producer Giles Martin (son of George Martin) and mix engineer Sam Okell, the new LP and CD is offered in stereo, high-resolution stereo, 5.1 surround, and Dolby Atmos (24-bit/96kHz on Blu-ray), accompanied by 23 session recordings and demos, most of which have never been released.

 

 

Tokyo International Audio Show 2019

Tokyo International Audio Show 2019
The International Audio Society of Japan (IASJ) will be presenting the Tokyo International Audio show from 22nd November through 24th. Rich textured analog music to detailed and spacious sound of digital music will be played in 35 rooms. Each exhibiting room is acoustically sealed providing an ideal listening environment for playback demonstration. Events exhibitors are planning to have seminars by audio reviewers or engineers in their own exhibit rooms. Please refer to official site of IASJ for more details. Approximately 200 high-end audio brands will be exhibited, portraying the joy of listening. Please visit the show and feel the superb reproduced music through the high-end consumer audio equipment. You will feel "you are in a live music event".

 

 

09 / 21 / 19

RMAF 2019 Show Report Part 2 By Rick Becker

RMAF 2019 Show Report Part 2
11th Floor Continued Plus Press Events
Show Report By Rick Becker

 

 

09 / 20 / 19

Tannoy Gold 5, Gold 7, And Gold 8 Active Studio Monitor Loudspeaker

Tannoy Gold 5, 7, & 8 Active Studio Monitor Loudspeaker
Tannoy's new Gold 5, 7, and Gold 8 active monitors ($250, $315, and $385 respectively) are a premium bi-amp'ed nearfield studio reference monitor for accurate sound reproduction with outstanding definition. The Gold 5 employs a proprietary 5" dual concentric point source driver with 200 Watts of bi-amplification, the Gold 7 a 6.5", and Gold 8 an 8" driver with 300 Watt bi-amplification to ensure timing accuracy and an abundance of power. A front-firing bass port design allows for near-wall placement and ensures optimal low frequency performance. Their next generation Gold 5 with 5" driver features a 0.75" titanium tweeter with Tulip waveguide. The Gold 7 and Gold 8 have a 6.5" and 8" driver (respectively), with both drivers featuring a 1" titanium tweeter with Tulip waveguide centrally-mounted. When used in pairs, the new Tannoy Gold loudspeakers are said to produce detailed stereo image with very wide sweet spot.

Class AB amplification is transducer-matched for both LF and HF bi-amplification. Continually-active XLR and TRS phone jack inputs let you connect up to two audio sources. Dedicated input trim from 0 to -12 and high frequency adjustment from -2 to +2 let you optimize the audio for your listening conditions. There's a switch to select 0, -2, and -4dB bass EQ adjustment to further ensure the speaker integrates well within your listening space.

       

 

 

 

Audio Analogue AAdac DAC / Pre / Headamp

Audio Analogue AAdac DAC / Pre / Headamp
Audio Analogue's new AAdac (€3495) combines a preamplifier, headphone amplifier and DAC all within one convenient piece of luxury audio gear. The internal high performance digital-to-analog converter (DAC) handles upwards of 32-bit/768kHz Hi-Res Music files by employing a Sabre ES9038 chip. Native DSD up to 512 is also handled with ease. There are seven different digital filters to provide sound shaping of your choosing. Digital inputs include coax S/PDIF, optical TosLink, and XLR AES/EBU.

Audio Analogue's AAdac also has Bluetooth aptX high quality audio wireless input. To ensure very high sound quality, separate boards are used for each stage, with separate power supplies dedicated to digital and analog sections. Fully balanced and discrete audio-grade components populate the output stage to ensure ultra-low noise and distortion. AAdac has a wide variety of functions and entering the set-up it is possible to regulate the front panel LED brightness.

 

 

09 / 19 / 19

RMAF 2019 Seminar Videos

Seminar Videos

RMAF 2019 Seminar Videos

 

 

HIFICRITIC Volume 13 Number 2 April / May / June 2019

HIFICRITIC's Latest Issue Features Articles & Reviews
HIFICRITIC's latest issue features Stan's Safari No 46 in which Stan Curtis explains how failing hearing is no obstacle to the ability to carry on enjoying music. Passing Notes 8 has Julian Musgrave explaining why he's an SACD devotee, extols the virtues of a good subwoofer, and is blindsided by a pair of over-performing DIY speakers. Synchronicity And Serendipity has Andrew Everard saying there's a lot of received wisdom involved in the world of Hi-Fi: things accepted as being facts just because – well, just because they've always been so, and as a result are beyond challenge.

Gear reviews include ATC SCM50 ASL studio-derived active monitor, ATC'S 'Starter System', Goldmund Telos 590 Nextgen integrated amplifier, Melco N10 & N100 Digital Music Libraries, Audio Note TT3 three-motor turntable, various headphone surprises, Chord Hugo TT2 and M Scaler, Atoll Electronique CD200 Signature, DAC300, IN200 Signature and IN300. Also reviewed within this issue are Quiescent Mains Cable Loom, Q Acoustic Concept 300 standmount speakers, Nain Supernait 3 integrated amplifier, NAD M10 network audio system, Mytek Digital Manhattan II, plus integrated amplifiers including the Hegel H390, Krell K-300i and the Mark Levinson No 5805.

Within Martin Colloms editorial, he says "Somehow the UK managed to vote for leaving the European Union (EU), and as I write this around August Bank Holiday it looks possible it may occur without an exit agreement, so the United Kingdom (UK) audio business is hoping for the best. Much of our audio is China made and will continue to be imported. The UK may levy additional import taxes on European equipment while EU tariffs may impact price and availability of electronic components. Production schedules and costs are already impacted, as some of these parts are already scarce and certainly more expensive." See what's within this issue of HIFICRITIC at this link.

 

 

Analogue Artisan A1 Series Turntable With Remote Control VTA/SRA Mongoose Tonearm And Pod Review

Analogue Artisan A1 Series Turntable
Remote VTA / SRA Mongoose Tonearm & Pod
Truly reference sound quality with astonishingly low distortion.
Review By Tom Lyle
Brian Calaio, the owner and chief engineer of Analogue Artisan and I have two things in common. The first is our love of music; the second is that we both believe that once a high-end audio system gets to a certain level of refinement, everything contributes to the sound of the system. The problem is that if the manufacturer of a component believes that everything makes a difference, and designs equipment with that maxim in mind with no regards for price, things can get a bit hairy, that is, very expensive.
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09 / 18 / 19

Quiescent Mains Cable Loom Review

Quiescent Mains Cable Loom
The concept of vibration control in signal-carrying cables is a relatively well understood, but can the same factors affect a system via its mains cable?
Review By Kevin Fiske Of HIFICRITIC
Following my positive reviews in HIFICRITIC of the Quiescent Technologies Peak Speaker Cables (Vol. 12/2) and Peak Interconnect (Vol. 12/3) I was invited by the company to try its more costly Apex Interconnect. However, in my system the Apex sounded too fat in the bass and rather sluggish. I preferred the Peak. Quiescent's Steve Elford suspected my mains loom. Could one of his colleagues bring a selection of Quiescent – formerly Vertex AQ – mains products to try in my system?
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Synchronicity And Serendipity

Synchronicity And Serendipity
Synchronicity and serendipity took this issue of HIFICRITIC and turned it into a de facto celebration and turned it into a de facto celebration...
Article By Andrew Everard Of HIFICRITIC

There's a lot of received wisdom involved in the world of Hi-Fi: things accepted as being facts just because – well, just because they've always been so, and as a result are beyond challenge. It's a nice, cozy way of thinking, taking in all sorts of myths and legends built up over the years, such as 'source first', 'analogue is always best', and 'the more boxes the better'.
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Jensen C12-K 100 Watt 12" Loudspeaker Driver

Jensen C12-K 100 Watt 12" Loudspeaker Driver
Jensen's new C12K-2 12" loudspeaker driver provides a modern British voice in a vintage American package. This high-power 100 Watt handling capability speaker features a low-end punch with a warm, rich mid-range and smooth articulate highs. This speaker is not only capable of handling high levels of overdrive and distortion, but is also capable of achieving clarity and detailed response with those sounds says the company. The C12K-2 can beautifully produce the complex and nuanced tones of vintage and boutique amplifiers and is available in both 8 and 16 Ohm nominal impedance. Resonant frequency for the 8 Ohm version is 79Hz, with the 16 Ohm being 85Hz. Cone material is paper, voice coil is Nomex, and wire winding is copper. An integrated paper surround, non-treated cloth dome, pressed sheet metal basket, and ferrite magnet round out this design.

 

 

TACET Mozart Violin Concertos KV 207 & KV 219 SACD

TACET Mozart Violin Concertos KV 207 & KV 219 SACD
TACET's real surround sound Mozart Violin Concertos KV 207 & KV 219 (€21.47) on hybrid SACD features the Netherlands Chamber Orchestra. With Gordan Nikolić on violin, this new music release features inspiring "vacuum tube sound" and presented in stereo for CD and 5.1 24-bit/96kHz 5.1 channel surround sound on the SACD layer. The orchestra including the soloist sitting within a big circle around the microphones. Gordan Nikolić, soloist and leader of the recording, delivers his musical expertise and feels entirely at home with Mozart. His love for the crazy things within the music aurally shines through. While in the fast movements you hear climbing and clambering around on the strings like a child at the playground, during slow movements he caresses his violin as you would a newborn puppy.

 

 

09 / 17 / 19

Amazon Music HD Lossless 24-bit/192kHz Hi-Res Music

Amazon Music HD Lossless 24-bit/192kHz Hi-Res Music
And so it finally begins as a mainstream service offers true lossless Hi-Res Music. With all due apologies to Qobuz and, to a lesser extent Tidal, Amazon Music reaches a massive amount of music lovers globally and their new Ultra HD tier ($14.99 a month, $12.99 for Prime members) delivers upwards of true lossless 24-bit/192kHz streaming music to subscribers. This price is less than what lossless Qobuz, and lower quality lossy Tidal, provides today. Amazon claims to already have over 50 million songs within their High Definition tier, yet keep in mind that is CD quality 16-bit/44.1kHz. Of those, there are 10 million songs within their Ultra HD tier. Enjoy the Music.com greatly appreciates the first mainstream music provider in offering true lossless Hi-Res Music streaming services to their customers. Learn more from Amazon at this link.

 

 

Sonus faber Olympica @ World Of McIntosh NYC

Sonus faber Olympica @ World Of McIntosh NYC
A good high-end system is akin to a time machine.
Review By Tom Lyle
Last year I took a tour of World Of McIntosh, a very impressive five-story luxury townhouse in the Soho neighborhood of downtown New York City. World Of McIntosh is an amazing place, packed with working audio systems featuring gear from McIntosh, Sonus faber, Pro-Ject Audio Systems, Audio Research, and more. This luxurious space is used as an event space, for invitation only audio tours, and for anything else one who wants to use a space "where music and design are merged in a way that's striking, memorable, and undeniably enjoyable".
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Focal Unveils Chora Loudspeaker Series

Focal Unveils Chora Loudspeaker Series
As Focal's new affordable loudspeaker design, the model lineup consists of the Chora 806 standmount, Chora 816 floorstander, Chora 826 floorstander, plus dedicated 806 stands (prices per pair $799, $1,399, $1,599 and $299 respectively). Made in France at Focal's specialist manufacturing facilities, Chora is a new generation of high quality loudspeakers featuring an all-new cone. Slatefiber is a unique new speaker driver material with a stylish slate-effect visual. This thermoplastic polymer is made with non-woven recycled carbon fiber that is said to achieve greater damping, excellent rigidity and lightness. All models have wood cabinets with bass-reflex designs. A TNF aluminum / magnesium tweeter is another Focal signature. Chora loudspeakers are available in Black, Light Wood and Dark Wood finishes.

 


 

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