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HiFi Media Issue 114 January / February / March 2023

HiFiMedia Jan. / Feb. / March 2023 A/V Magazine
Editorial: Fluidity: Music Reproduction Is Subjective
AV News / Tehno News
Denafrips Pontus II R2R DAC 
Acoustic Energy AE309 Loudspeaker
Davis Acoustics Krypton 6 Loudspeaker
Dynaudio Emit 30 Loudspeaker
Monitor Audio Bronze 500 Loudspeaker
Meitner MA3 Integrated DAC 
Primare NP5 Prisma MkII Network Player
Octavio Stream Network Player
Bowers & Wilkins PX7 S2 Headphones
And Much More!
---> HiFiMedia Spring 2023 Magazine.



Hi-Fi+ February 2023

Hi-Fi+ February 2023 High-End Audio Magazine
Editorial: Good Audio Is About Simplicity
Bristol Hi-Fi Show 2023 Report
Robert Koda Takumi K-160 Mono Power Amplifier
Gold Note DS-10 EVO, PSU-10 EVO, PA-10, And EVO11 DAC Klipsch RP-8000F II Floorstanding Loudspeaker
Synthesis Roma 117DC/98DC Line Valve Pre / Amp
Closer Acoustics OGY Stand-Mount Loudspeaker
Elipson P1F/A2700 Pre / Power Amplifier
Vertere DG-1 S Turntable And Tonearm Combination
Sendy Audio Peacock Planar-Magnetic Headphones
RSX Technologies Benchmark ER-20 Power Cord
And Much More!
---> Hi-Fi+ February 2023 Issue.



High-End Audiophile / Immersivephile Hi-Fi Gear Review Magazine

February Premium Luxury Audio Review Magazine
Editorial: Limitless Musical Pleasures
DALI Kore Floorstanding Speaker Review
Wells Audio Looking Glass II Level II Power Conditioner Review
Zesto Audio Eros 500 Select Class A Monoblock Review
Primare A35.8 Multi-Channel Amplifier Review
eXtremely Sexy Audio (XSA) Labs Vanguard Loudspeaker Review
Soundsmith Zephyr MK/III ES Phono Cartridge Review
Magnepan Ultra-Wideband Bass System First Listen
Favorite Hi-Fi, High-End Audio, And Headphones At CES 2023
...And Much More!
---> February Premium Luxury Audio Review Magazine.



audioXpress   Australian Hi-Fi Magazine   Hi-Fi+ Magazine

HIFICRITIC Magazine  HiFi Media Issue 114 January / February / March 2023  The Absolute Sound



High-End Audio Show Reports

Florida International Audio Expo 2023 Show Report
Florida International Audio Expo 2023


Capital Audiofest 2022 Show Report (CAF 2022)
Capital Audiofest 2022


Kuala Lumpur International AV Show 2022 Report
KLIAV Show 2022


Toronto Audiofest 2022 Show Report
Toronto Audiofest 2022


CanJam SoCal 2022 Show Report -- Headphones, HeadFi, Headamps, and More!
CanJam SoCal 2022


Pacific Audio Fest 2022 Show Report
Pacific Audio Fest 2022


T.H.E. Show 2022 Report
T.H.E. Show 2022


HIGH END Munich 2022 Show Report
HIGH END Munich 2022


AXPONA 2022 Chicago Show Report


CanJam Singapore 2022 Show Report
CanJam Singapore 2022


Salon Audio Montreal / Audio Fest 2022 Show Report
Salon Audio Montreal Audiofest 2022


---> More Show Reports



Limitless Musical Pleasures

Limitless Musical Pleasures
Roger Skoff writes about technology and music.
Article By Roger Skoff
When performers or recording engineers talk about "cutting a track", those words can be the literal truth. Making a phonograph record the first kind of sound recording has always meant using some kind of a sharp object (most recently a heated cutting stylus), to cut a groove into the surface of some suitable material, and to wiggle that groove right, left, up, down, or, for stereo, in all of those ways, diagonally at the same time, for the purpose of recording sound. The recording material has ranged from Edison's beeswax to a special lacquer, and the finished recording has been everything from a wax cylinder through, currently, a heat-stamped vinyl disc, but the process, itself, has always remained essentially the same. It's always been to cut a groove into something, to modulate that groove analogously to the changes in air pressure at the recording microphone....
---> Limitless Musical Pleasures.


eXtremely Sexy Audio (XSA) Labs Vanguard Loudspeaker Review

eXtremely Sexy Audio (XSA) Labs Vanguard Loudspeaker Review
Budget audiophile XXXtreme.
Review By Gary Alan Barker
eXtremely Sexy Audio (XSA) Labs is a new old audiophile manufacturer. Old because it is staffed by veterans of the industry with "over 110 years of combined experience in the audio, electrical, and aerospace engineering fields". And their first product to hit the market, the XSA-Labs Vanguard Loudspeaker is a classic indeed with a solid tip of the hat to the famous Rogers LS3/5a which was designed by the BBC to be the ideal studio monitor. Employing modern materials and manufacturing techniques to a proven time-honored design, the Vanguard features a 130mm treated paper cone woofer and a 28mm silk dome tweeter with a unique inverted Harsch transient perfect passive crossover using premium components and voiced to provide a balanced non-fatiguing sound signature with superb imaging and timing.
---> eXtremely Sexy Audio (XSA) Labs Vanguard Loudspeaker Review.



Soundsmith Zephyr MK/III ES Phono Cartridge Review

Soundsmith Zephyr MK/III ES Phono Cartridge Review
Unveiling the masterworks!
Review By Paul Schumann
Back when I was starting to get serious about audio equipment, a long-time audiophile friend of mine offered me his collection of back issues of The Absolute Sound. I was a fan of TAS and eagerly accepted. For the next few months, night after night, I read, from cover to cover, all of those issues in chronological order. It was a fascinating dig into the early history of high-end audio and the culture that developed around it. One of the important discoveries made by Harry Pearson and his minions, was the sonic superiority of the old RCA "Shaded Dog" and Mercury records. The acquisition of pristine copies of these discs became an obsession for many audiophiles because, with the exception of a few reissues by MoFi, the audiophile vinyl business wasn't in full swing yet.
---> Soundsmith Zephyr MK/III ES Phono Cartridge Review.



Watch The Vinyl Nation Documentary Thanks to 1091 Pictures, we can all enjoy experiencing an inspiring documentary about the vinyl LP.

Watch The Vinyl Nation Documentary
Thanks to 1091 Pictures, we can all enjoy experiencing an inspiring documentary about the vinyl LP.
Thanks to 1091 Pictures, we can all enjoy seeing the recent vinyl revolution. Not that the vinyl LP was ever a dead format, far from it! With that said, "dig into the resurgence of vinyl records, the diversification of vinyl fans, and the connective power of music. The vinyl record renaissance over the past decade has brought new fans to a classic format and transformed our idea of a record collector: younger, both male and female, multicultural. This same revival has made buying music more expensive, benefited established bands over independent artists and muddled the question of whether vinyl actually sounds better than other formats.
---> Watch The Vinyl Nation Documentary.



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