The above photo answers the age-old question
"So what do reviewers eat for lunch?" Snicker's is natures
perfect food with the all-important sugar group, the caramel group, and of
course a handful of peanuts for protein. The Pepsi is pure unadulterated sugar
and caffeine. The trick it to consume these as fast and possible, then ride out
the sugar rush high. The colors, the colors...
Madisound has a table with a sea of drivers from Fostex, Eton, and Seas.
Hmmm, a sea of Seas. Think my brain hurts from all that sugar...
Accoustic Arts twisted my arm to cover their DAC1 MK3 that has 32-bit/384kHz
upsampling handles standard CD, has AES/EBU (XLR) and S/PDIF inputs on RCA and
XLR. Specs for the unit look extremely impressive so check out their website for
Zu now offers not just cables; they now have their Definition large
floorstander loudspeaker ($9,000 per pair) with a pair of full range 10-inch
drivers and a supertweeter. The dynamic range is a staggering 130dB, they are
101dB/W/m sensitive, and they kicked butt playing a Neil Peart (of Rush) drum
As featured on our Industry News page a few days ago, the Moscode 401HR...
Oh heck, see our industry news page....
Audioaero's Prestige SACD player ($13,400) does PCM conversion to avoid
high-pass filter and uncompromised CD player. It has six digital inputs, three
analog inputs, tubed output stage acts as preamplifier with analog volume
control. It has USB 2.0 interface for firmware upgrade by users.
Audio Note UK is on their Black Gate kick as the CDT Two/2 ($4,650) uses the
Philips pro mechanism and has significant mods to the power supply and tweaks to