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Munich High End Show Report 2014
Munich High End Show Report 2014

High End Society Munich Germany, Part 2

  hORNS by Auto-Teck model Uniwersum (€20,000/pair) is a three-way design that uses a 15" woofer, a 2" Beryllium midrange and 1" tweeter. Sensitivity is very high at 100dB/W/m and has a frequency response from 30 Hz to 30 kHz with an 8 Ohm impedance.


Van den Hul now makes nano-carbon interconnects such as their CNT (€8000) 1-meter pair. Very impressive!


Lovely Van den Hul cartridges and i love their Frog!


German Physiks model POS-302 features their special carbon fiber DDD driver. Their DDD cone-shaped driver is very low in moving mass to provide exceptional impulse and phase response. The driver's excellent impulse response also ensures that the stereo image remains focused and stable says the company. German Physik's PQS 302 uses two DDD drivers mounted one above the other and these cover the entire frequency range from 170 Hz on up to 24 kHz. The speakers are seen here with Martin Vatter who sells a wonderful Piano Highlights CD.


Nagra HD DAC (€18,000 on up) handles up to double DSD and 24-bit/384kHz PCM files. This is a stunning unit and packed with all the great technology Nagra is known for.


Tannoy has their new DC10 Ti (€7000/pair) uses a combination of Tannoy's latest 8" Dual Concentric driver with WideBand tweeter plus a matching 8" bass driver in an ultra-rigid plywood cabinet. The new Definition DC10Ti floorstanding model benefits from a plinth with integrated energy-grounding stabilizer weight, advanced floor-coupling with easy leveling feature, and a revised crossover with upgraded components.


Look at the crowd! Have a feeling attendance figures will be an all-time record for the High End show here in Munich.


Acoustic Solid's top line turntable.


Enjoy the Music.com just published the world premiere review the Sonus faber Ex3ma loudspeakers. You can see our full review at this link.


Euro Audio Team (EAT) had an old transmitter tube where turgid developed a tube damper/cooling. Jozefína Lichtenegger is holding a transmitter tube with cooling plate, which gave her the idea for their own version for smaller audio tubes..


EAT also was showing their Forte turntable (€7000 without turntable) and E-Glo phonostage (€5500) with separate power supply.


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