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California Audio Show 2014
California Audio Show 2014

Gettin' A Little Woodie With Tri-Art Audio And Tubs @ CAS 2014
Plus Rockin' Ready Red Wine Audio's Signature Battery Powered Integrated Amplifier

  Tri-Art Audio loves to get wood with their beautiful front-end products. The wonderfully woodies Pebbles belt-driven turntable ($1295) uses an adjustable pitch control and special motor to spin the bamboo platter at 33.3 or 45 rpm. Matching the turntable is the Pebbles TA-1 tonearm ($1295) that has both VTA and azimuth adjustment and rides on a steal pin/grease bearing unipivot. Cardas' specialized 33 AWG silver plated wore runs through the arm. Speakers are the Tub's Audio M Supreme ($17,000) with dual-concentric 12" driver. This horny two-way bass reflex design can shake you up down to a vibrating sensation down to 35 Hz. Hmm, they don't have a website per se yet their Facebook page gives you the down 'n' dirty.

Rousingly reference-ready Red Wine Audio Signature 57 battery powered 57 wpc integrated amplifier ($7,000) is a big winner. Built on the company's Liliana's amplifier boards for each channel, the Signature 57 can be configure with any of their factory-installed modules such as dual-mono tube input stages, Bellina DAC, Analogica phonostage and/or Cassabria single-ended headphone stage. The battery-powered Class-AB MOSFET output stage provides 'DC-direct' current delivery. There are a thrilling trio of RCA analog inputs (MM or MC phono optional) and a pair of party-ready RCA outputs. Forget the typical 1 year warranty, as Red Wine Audio is so confident that they give you a tremendous ten year warranty and personalized customer service!


Oh yeah... reviews. Enjoy the Music.com gave you a world premier of Red Wine Audio's Isabella Renaissance Edition preamplifier.


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