Top Audio & Video 2003 Milan, Italy
The Silver Rock transformer-based passive pre-amplifier (attenuator) is said to make glorious music and was reviewed by
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Mantra Sound was boogie-down with their horn-loaded midrange, dual tweeter and dynamic cone bass driver loudspeaker. An outboard crossover allows for added purity of sound and bi-amplification.
cdsdesign loudspeaker (€5,000) is carefully hand crafted from many plys of wood and holds a tweeter with phase plug and 8-inch midrange-bass driver. Frequency response is from a claimed low of 35Hz to 30kHz (+-5dB). Sensitivity is a highish 91dB/W/m and my ears say they are more like 80Hz in the lows. Ah well, could have been the room or system.
Antique Sound Lab's stereo integrated amplifier called the Leyla (€3,288) has a pair of 845 triodes, sports seven 6SN7, and a KT66 tube. Four stereo inputs can accommodate a wide variety of components.
Halcro's DM10 pre-amplifier offers a state-of-the-art array of capabilities and instead of listing them all here, read
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Klimo Labor turntable is so way out there man that i decided two pictures are better than one. If a picture is worth 1,000 words, then here is 2,000's worth.
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