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GUARNERI EVOUTION (Sonus Faber) By elrocco on Aug 30, 2014
small bookshelf loudspeakers hand made in ITALY Frequencies response: 40 HZ up to 30,000 HZ with their own dedicated stands retail: 22,000$ U.S., 26,000$ Can. Hard to drive? : 86 DB at 4 ohms
Dynamo 500 (Martin Logan) By leftside on Aug 24, 2014
LSA1 (LSA) By leftside on Aug 24, 2014
Ref 250 (Audio Research Corporation) By tunes1 on Aug 24, 2014
Bifrost (Schiit) By zhorne on Aug 24, 2014
C-35 Signature 001 (JBL (JAMES B. LANSING)) By Mac Ink on Aug 24, 2014
M1-A-DAC (Musical Fidelity) By hdldrum on Aug 24, 2014
380S (Mark Levinson) By TheRecordCentre on Aug 24, 2014
MR-2 (Nakamichi) By cfs_pm on Aug 24, 2014
Ref Phono 2SE (Audio Research Corporation) By tunes1 on Aug 24, 2014
Reference Anniversary 40 (Audio Research Corporation) By tunes1 on Aug 24, 2014
TB2 (PMC) By Audiorig on Aug 24, 2014
Diamond 9.1 (Wharfedale) By hdav on Aug 24, 2014
Lsi 7 (Polk Audio) By dhart86 on Aug 24, 2014
AD 700 (Audio Technica) By Griffith on Aug 24, 2014
JD-1703 (Jolida) By Noteworthy_2 on Aug 24, 2014
Maestro 145 (Audes) By Noteworthy_2 on Aug 24, 2014
Tribe I (Totem Acoustics) By Chrfor on Aug 24, 2014
Roxanne (JH Audio) By Balthier on Aug 24, 2014
M9000 MKII (Compact) By Noteworthy_2 on Aug 24, 2014
24K (Aragon) By Noteworthy_2 on Aug 24, 2014
ID100 (Cambridge Audio) By hdav on Aug 24, 2014
Cables (Various) By Noteworthy_2 on Aug 24, 2014
MA-500MA-500 (Myryad) By Darren Hedley on Aug 24, 2014
HFI-680 (Ultrasone) By itemscy on Aug 24, 2014
Super Arm (Hadcock) By ray77 on Aug 24, 2014
TPA3116 (Cymru) By Mark Williams on Aug 24, 2014
PAS (Dynaco) By aslater on Aug 24, 2014
LP1 (Audio Research Corporation) By blakerbenson on Aug 24, 2014
DR-3B (classe audio) By rebank on Aug 24, 2014
QR-4500 (Sansui) By techfile on Aug 24, 2014
Acute 3 (EAR) By Yippedidou on Aug 24, 2014
R-K200 (JVC) By arossphoto on Aug 24, 2014
GEEK OUT 450 (LH Labs) By itemscy on Aug 24, 2014
H200 (Hegel) By canuck_audionut on Aug 24, 2014
ATH-A900 (Audio-Technica) By itemscy on Aug 24, 2014
165 (THORENS) By audioaddict on Aug 24, 2014
HE-400 (Hifiman) By canuckavelli on Aug 24, 2014
105t (Infinity) By colonne on Aug 24, 2014
Minuet in A (New York Audio Labs) By hdrider on Aug 24, 2014
SA-1000 (Counterpoint) By jmsound on Aug 24, 2014
212 (LISSEN) By teramo on Aug 24, 2014
TX-NR809 (Onkyo) By Vise76 on Aug 24, 2014
The First Ultimate MK II (Van Den Hul) By itemscy on Aug 24, 2014
SP-15 (Audio Research Corporation) By MGMCPA on Aug 24, 2014
Moscode 300 Maxi (New York Audio Labs) By hdrider on Aug 24, 2014
205 (Magnum Dynalab) By irlog on Aug 24, 2014
LS-22 (Audio Research Corporation) By MGMCPA on Aug 24, 2014
VP250 (Faroudja) By colonne on Aug 24, 2014
MA6900 (McIntosh) By diddles on Aug 24, 2014
NS-T649 MKII (Yamaha) By jonowakes on Aug 24, 2014
A100 III Linear (opera consonance) By selohero on Aug 24, 2014
Bronte (sonneteer) By Arcadia Audio on Aug 24, 2014
DT-32 (Pioneer) By irlog on Aug 24, 2014
Sfl-1 (Sonic Frontiers) By josephwol on Aug 24, 2014
R-113 (Luxman) By irlog on Aug 24, 2014
X-can V3 (Musical Fidelity) By josephwol on Aug 24, 2014
SX-780 (Pioneer) By mvsjcl on Aug 24, 2014
SC1 (NHT) By kerryv on Aug 24, 2014
CA 2200 (classe audio) By kerryv on Aug 24, 2014
Apollo (Rega) By LDesign on Aug 24, 2014
MC 2000 (Ortofon) By marknoir on Aug 24, 2014
1150 (Marantz) By Gavin on Aug 24, 2014
CD1.1 Export Edition (Shanling) By Charisma Audio on Aug 24, 2014
Carbon 7's (Fritz Speakers) By edman1 on Aug 24, 2014
A1.1 Export Edition (Shanling) By Charisma Audio on Aug 24, 2014
optilink forest (Audioquest) By rmkarman on Aug 24, 2014
evergreen (Audioquest) By rmkarman on Aug 24, 2014
MA-3 (Morrow Audio) By audiophile2_2_2 on Aug 24, 2014
AT300 (AudioTrak) By shauno on Aug 24, 2014
SFCD-1 (Sonic Frontiers) By edpok on Aug 24, 2014
cs2.4SE (Thiel) By tony0329 on Aug 24, 2014
DAC 2 (wyred 4 Sound) By AudioHobby1 on Aug 24, 2014
Compact Centre Channel, Inversion 45C (Castle) By rxrossi on Aug 24, 2014
2000 (Sansui) By techfile on Aug 24, 2014
QRX 2000 (Sansui) By Kitchenbug on Aug 24, 2014
1000a (Sansui) By stardust on Aug 24, 2014
Classik (Linn) By stardust on Aug 24, 2014
Cornwall (Klipsch) By stardust on Aug 24, 2014
CMA 10-2DL (Bozak) By alvarocan on Aug 24, 2014
ACCES (BIS AUDIO) By Rick29 on Aug 24, 2014
PV10a (Conrad Johnson) By Mark Williams on Aug 24, 2014
Reference 1 (XLO) By schlick32 on Aug 24, 2014
6C33C-B (Ulianovsk) By Yuriy62 on Aug 24, 2014
GU17 (Ulianovsk) By Yuriy62 on Aug 24, 2014
GU29 (Ulianovsk) By Yuriy62 on Aug 24, 2014
DM 2.6 (Dynaudio) By 035pop on Aug 24, 2014
3.5 (Thiel) By kencoq on Aug 23, 2014
Power 3 (Hidiamond) By IE on Aug 23, 2014
MS 300b (Yaqin) By dhart86 on Aug 23, 2014
2w (Vandersteen) By kencoq on Aug 23, 2014
The One (Totem Acoustic) By zhorne on Aug 23, 2014
Genesis CD player (California Audio Labs) By usammtjc on Aug 23, 2014
Cheviot (Tannoy) By Raymond329 on Aug 23, 2014
S-7300 (Sherwood) By techfile on Aug 23, 2014
dm580 (B&W (Bowers & Wilkins)) By jnaudio on Aug 23, 2014
940 (Marantz) By Raymond329 on Aug 23, 2014
Ohio Class IsoBase (Silent Running Audio) By thesaint519 on Aug 23, 2014
JS1 MK4 (JADIS) By elrocco on Aug 23, 2014
TA 750 (Telefunken) By Serge on Aug 23, 2014
concert 11 (jamo) By monster-bass on Aug 23, 2014
Party I (Lawrence Audio) By atelier13 on Aug 23, 2014
Cubox-i (SolidRun) By tkaiser on Aug 23, 2014
BP-26DA (Bryston) By tkaiser on Aug 23, 2014
Aries (Auralic) By tkaiser on Aug 23, 2014
Touch (Logitech) By tkaiser on Aug 23, 2014
No. 532h (Mark Levinson) By tkaiser on Aug 23, 2014
Vega (Auralic) By tkaiser on Aug 23, 2014
TA-A400 (Sony) By lljayll on Aug 23, 2014
BDA - 2 (Bryston) By Nimitz on Aug 23, 2014
Aries 3 Black Knight Special Edition (VPI Industries) By Nimitz on Aug 23, 2014
Blue Dragon V2 (Moon Audio) By superotaku78 on Aug 23, 2014
551r (Cambridge Audio) By VVildman on Aug 23, 2014
T-117 (Luxman) By madsoundz on Aug 23, 2014
AJ-31 (Heathkit) By thefisher500man on Aug 23, 2014
Elyssa (Arte Forma Audio) By atelier13 on Aug 23, 2014
Standard (Crystal Cable) By rencharl on Aug 23, 2014
el-34 (electro harmonix) By boband212 on Aug 23, 2014
ST85 (VTL) By runwell530 on Aug 23, 2014
SP5G (Peavey) By LenB19 on Aug 23, 2014
310MC (Technics) By Tonehenge on Aug 23, 2014
SX 636 (Pioneer) By SuperHIFI on Aug 23, 2014
AR 2020 (Heathkit) By thefisher500man on Aug 23, 2014
L78 (Lenco) By The Audioguy II on Aug 23, 2014
Lancer 77 (JBL) By Diogenes on Aug 23, 2014
SFL-2 (Sonic Frontiers) By radman707 on Aug 23, 2014
DSP5200 (Meridian) By Kishore on Aug 23, 2014
T550 (NAD) By Gavin on Aug 23, 2014
AA-1506 (Heathkit) By gdreynolds on Aug 23, 2014
Solid Rock (B&W (Bowers & Wilkins)) By corbeau007 on Aug 23, 2014
2385 (Marantz) By fat 55 on Aug 23, 2014
IC3 SE (Audio Art) By BinkyTheCat on Aug 23, 2014
RC -17 (classe audio) By Sean02149 on Aug 23, 2014
AA-23 (Heathkit) By gdreynolds on Aug 23, 2014
ST202 (B&K) By mcgsxr on Aug 23, 2014
TDB 5150 (Butler Audio) By malcolmp6 on Aug 23, 2014
LX-5 (Genexxa) By OVERLOAD on Aug 23, 2014
WC-1 (Marantz) By Gavin on Aug 23, 2014
10x5 (Dynavector) By najibs on Aug 23, 2014
Tempest (Odyssey Audio) By hdldrum on Aug 23, 2014
Moon i3.3 (Simaudio) By fryproduction on Aug 23, 2014
KD-2000 (Canary Audio) By jmsound on Aug 23, 2014
640C v2 (Cambridge Audio) By hdldrum on Aug 23, 2014
106VR (Kenwood) By pasdas on Aug 23, 2014
Hugo (Chord) By xtrapnel on Aug 23, 2014
sx-434 (Pioneer) By tjishihara on Aug 23, 2014
CLSII (Martin Logan Arcici) By hdldrum on Aug 23, 2014
CM1 (B&W (Bowers & Wilkins)) By htcal on Aug 23, 2014
i3.3 (Simaudio) By fryproduction on Aug 23, 2014
SE-A5 MKII (Technics) By mechstek on Aug 23, 2014
104.2 Series Reference (Kef) By classe12-_12 on Aug 23, 2014
Dynamo (Martin Logan) By Charlie6 on Aug 23, 2014
T3 (Parasound Halo) By Charlie6 on Aug 23, 2014
C2 (Parasound Halo) By Charlie6 on Aug 23, 2014
Beethoven (Vienna Acoustics) By eponies54 on Aug 23, 2014
Audio Note (Audioquest) By eponies54 on Aug 23, 2014
rmb 1066 (Rotel) By danroy on Aug 23, 2014
VK220 (Balanced Audio Technology) By eponies54 on Aug 23, 2014
sp2500 (Sansui) By wyaldbill on Aug 23, 2014
Eight Deluxe (Sansui) By davstev on Aug 23, 2014
AS-6M 300B (Audio Space) By Charisma Audio on Aug 23, 2014
ns670 (Yamaha) By wyaldbill on Aug 23, 2014
A500 (Shanling) By Charisma Audio on Aug 23, 2014
330 MKII XLR (Ringmat) By Charisma Audio on Aug 23, 2014
HTS7.1 (Krell) By TansenAudio on Aug 23, 2014
S300i (Krell) By TansenAudio on Aug 23, 2014
Radio 3 (Rega) By Canoe on Aug 23, 2014
C-R1 (Energy) By chaned on Aug 23, 2014
SR-2 (Nakamichi) By gdreynolds on Aug 23, 2014
Prodigy ll (Advent) By Cy on Aug 23, 2014
1209 (DUAL) By Musicware4u on Aug 23, 2014
300b micro twin (Cardas) By teamcervelo on Aug 23, 2014
KT88 (Genalex) By ythifi on Aug 23, 2014
various (Audioquest) By rmkarman on Aug 22, 2014
Lightning 15 (Cardas) By kariya1997 on Aug 22, 2014
Ultra 12 (XLO) By kariya1997 on Aug 22, 2014
Type 45 Globes (Emission Labs) By Rick R on Aug 22, 2014
E09k (Fiio) By juggos on Aug 22, 2014
2.5Fi (Nitty Gritty) By kwhaldem on Aug 22, 2014
Mytho 5 (Definitive Technology) By Biggame on Aug 22, 2014
Ref 5 (XLO) By piciu on Aug 22, 2014
XP-7 + XP-56 (The Fisher) By thefisher500man on Aug 22, 2014
SFM-75 (Sonic Frontiers) By ReSave on Aug 22, 2014
C 42 C46 (McIntosh) By diddles on Aug 22, 2014
LS-25 Mk II (Audio Research Corporation) By veloceracing on Aug 22, 2014
sb-820 (Toshiba) By JOSE VALLEGARD on Aug 22, 2014
SC-335 (Toshiba) By zenchua on Aug 22, 2014
HD580 (Sennheiser) By rob80b on Aug 22, 2014
Emerald (Sound Science) By pianopig on Aug 22, 2014
SP4 (Morrow Audio) By stevestuff on Aug 22, 2014
12ax7 tubes (cbs) By nick72 on Aug 22, 2014
Anaconda ZiTron (Shunyata Research) By Gcaudio on Aug 22, 2014
Destiny Tuner (Creek) By Listen inn on Aug 22, 2014
M-3si (Mirage) By littletimmy on Aug 22, 2014
Genesis silver spiral (QED) By Nicophysic on Aug 22, 2014
A.21A (Sugden) By littletimmy on Aug 22, 2014
Hexlink (Cardas) By Nicophysic on Aug 22, 2014
WA6SE (Woo Audio) By amhappy on Aug 22, 2014
Venom HC (Shunyata Research) By Rfprice on Aug 22, 2014
LS36.5 (Modwright) By cbachalo on Aug 22, 2014
S7EX (Pioneer) By Whitby Audio on Aug 22, 2014
A200 (Boston Acoustics) By ReSave on Aug 22, 2014
Legacy (Lovan) By tkaiser on Aug 22, 2014
SOUNDFRAME SF2 IN WALL (MonitorAudio) By Whitby Audio on Aug 22, 2014
NAT 05 (Naim) By Listen inn on Aug 22, 2014
T50 CLASS A AMP (Threshold) By v2y3b8 on Aug 22, 2014
Concerta LCR* (Revel) By Listen inn on Aug 22, 2014
HD650 (Sennheiser) By diem on Aug 22, 2014
CC-490 (Paradigm) By tboe77 on Aug 22, 2014
AK240 (Astell & Kern) By kkibrisli on Aug 22, 2014
T-2000A (General Electric) By ReSave on Aug 22, 2014
APEX (Monitor Audio) By Whitby Audio on Aug 22, 2014
811B Horn (Altec) By zelgall on Aug 22, 2014
X-Ray V-3 (Music Fidelity X-Ray 3) By watt-about on Aug 22, 2014
FS207.2 (Elac) By chaned on Aug 22, 2014
C-6 (Energy) By chaned on Aug 22, 2014
PD 310 (Luxman) By MarkSel on Aug 22, 2014
m74i (Mission) By Gilos on Aug 22, 2014
NAP-250-2 (Naim Audio) By ovationaudio on Aug 22, 2014
avr400 (ARCAM) By rluc on Aug 22, 2014
G98DH (Meridian) By Whitby Audio on Aug 22, 2014
DN 300 (Klark Teknik) By Suzie on Aug 22, 2014
Mydac (Micromega) By sparx on Aug 22, 2014
Legend One (Von Gaylord Audio) By jmsound on Aug 22, 2014
MA400 (Magnus Audio) By jmsound on Aug 22, 2014
Melodia 1118E (Graetz) By ReSave on Aug 22, 2014
SA/2, S 500 II, S 300 II, 400A, CAS 1 (Threshold) By Threshold guy on Aug 22, 2014
RF-1 (KAB) By Audiorig on Aug 22, 2014
AS-B2-1 (Athena) By bluesmobile on Aug 22, 2014
MK VI (Dynaco) By tony khan on Aug 22, 2014
Monitor 0 (NBS) By Lotuss4 on Aug 22, 2014
BCD-1 (Bryston) By Audiorig on Aug 22, 2014
BP26p (Bryston) By Audiorig on Aug 22, 2014
1.6QR (Magnepan) By jeffx on Aug 22, 2014
Bass Alignment Filter (Krell) By viclauyyc on Aug 22, 2014
Amplifier Stand (JAS Audio) By Charisma Audio on Aug 21, 2014
810 Ovation (JM Lab) By carz on Aug 21, 2014
Modi (Schiit) By lljayll on Aug 21, 2014
book (McIntosh) By JJason on Aug 21, 2014
VS-100 (Cerwin Vega) By luv4_tunes on Aug 21, 2014
Zensor 1 (DALI (Danish Audiophile Loudspeaker Industries)) By afranta on Aug 21, 2014
SC-PTX7 (Panasonic) By philgucci on Aug 21, 2014
JA99D (Jungson) By anthem691 on Aug 21, 2014
Avanti III (Audio Physic) By gdbose on Aug 21, 2014
DSP-1 (Yamaha) By zenchua on Aug 21, 2014
CD-SA SE (EMM Labs) By gdbose on Aug 21, 2014
Speaker Plugs (Pioneer) By David Dov on Aug 21, 2014
Model 5 (Hales Concept) By normanpang9 on Aug 21, 2014
5350 se (Creek Audio) By waverley10 on Aug 21, 2014
NS-1000 (Goldring) By big_brian_b on Aug 21, 2014
PB12-NSD (SVS) By Hound88 on Aug 21, 2014
TTS-3000 (Sony) By vintageHiFi on Aug 21, 2014
F2 Monitors (Osborn Speakers) By rossmilne on Aug 21, 2014
ESM 3 (Energy) By Cy on Aug 21, 2014
vsx-1126-k (Pioneer) By jesseh77 on Aug 21, 2014
Dx-7500 Or 5700 (Onkyo) By uncle-onkyo on Aug 21, 2014
Zitron Cobra (Shunyata Research) By markramler on Aug 21, 2014
D-75 (Musical Design) By audiophile2_2_2 on Aug 21, 2014
RL-11 (Acurus) By Sdcampbell on Aug 21, 2014
Zitron Python (Shunyata Research) By markramler on Aug 21, 2014
X-100 (The Fisher) By softtone on Aug 21, 2014
Satori (Acoustic Zen) By camerio on Aug 21, 2014
M44-7 (Shure) By thinker10 on Aug 21, 2014
MusicWave Plus (Transparent Cable) By camerio on Aug 21, 2014
Gratitude (MONSTER) By juggos on Aug 21, 2014
HD25 1-ii (Sennheiser) By juggos on Aug 21, 2014
700 (Mission) By neildont on Aug 21, 2014
FMJ A38 (ARCAM) By JC10 on Aug 21, 2014
100D (Simaudio) By cferneyh on Aug 21, 2014
Rx-a3020 (Yamaha) By elite on Aug 21, 2014
R300 (Kef) By audioboy05 on Aug 21, 2014
8080 (Sansui) By MarkSel on Aug 21, 2014
d.1 (dragonfly) By veritas6-vbl on Aug 21, 2014
SX 1010 (Pioneer) By Paul in Ottawa on Aug 21, 2014
Artemis (Mapleknoll) By mesh50 on Aug 21, 2014
e88cc (tesla) By nick72 on Aug 21, 2014
Moon i-1 (Simaudio) By cferneyh on Aug 21, 2014
BS244 (Elac) By cferneyh on Aug 21, 2014
L 75 (Lenco) By Paul in Ottawa on Aug 21, 2014
VF-1 Pro (TARGET) By Wolfsong Audio on Aug 21, 2014
MC275 (McIntosh) By bluejazz on Aug 21, 2014
XDA-2 (Emotiva) By Wolfsong Audio on Aug 21, 2014
m1 holographic (Acoustic Research) By ryanmerc on Aug 21, 2014
4 or 55 (Forte Audio) By Igorr on Aug 21, 2014
C2300 (McIntosh) By bluejazz on Aug 21, 2014
KR-2600 (Kenwood) By akanrg on Aug 21, 2014
4bSsST (Bryston) By lobsterman on Aug 21, 2014
LXF-3 (Mirage) By teejay6 on Aug 21, 2014
805N (B&W (Bowers & Wilkins)) By yklivan on Aug 21, 2014
DHC-80.2 (Integra) By cdubucc on Aug 21, 2014
GT-2 (Furutech) By JJason on Aug 21, 2014
EP (Perreaux) By zelgall on Aug 21, 2014
Monitor Audio BX6 (Monitor Audio) By thebe1 on Aug 21, 2014
Level 4 (Lampizator) By bigfatpaulie on Aug 21, 2014
SR-303 (Pioneer) By Agaunico on Aug 21, 2014
DL-103M (Denon) By ovationaudio on Aug 21, 2014
M1PWR (Musical Fidelity) By Blackbird74 on Aug 21, 2014
170iTransport (Wadia) By Whitby Audio on Aug 21, 2014
Strada 2 (Anthony Gallo Acoustics) By Blackbird74 on Aug 21, 2014
PV-4 (Conrad-Johnson) By zelgall on Aug 21, 2014
PM-11S3 (Marantz) By Blackbird74 on Aug 21, 2014
Shiva MKII (Adire) By tubby1408 on Aug 21, 2014
1225 (DUAL) By Close to the Edge on Aug 21, 2014
Taipan Helix Alpha (Shunyata Research) By filtronique on Aug 21, 2014
AVP700 Pre-pro (ARCAM) By Whitby Audio on Aug 21, 2014
2 (Genesis) By elementacoustics on Aug 21, 2014
Compass X616 (Usher) By Listen inn on Aug 21, 2014
Super One (NHT) By zelgall on Aug 21, 2014
C12 (Revel) By Listen inn on Aug 21, 2014
Model 6 (KLH) By philgucci on Aug 21, 2014
TX-500 (Pioneer) By davstev on Aug 21, 2014
505 (DUAL) By philgucci on Aug 21, 2014
3B (Bryston) By zelgall on Aug 21, 2014
SP9 (Audio Research Corporation) By kwanbul on Aug 21, 2014
4MD-20X (JVC) By davstev on Aug 21, 2014
MC2000 (Ortofon) By vintageHiFi on Aug 21, 2014
L-15 (JBL (JAMES B. LANSING)) By BestSound on Aug 21, 2014
Mini Utopia (JM Lab) By filtronique on Aug 21, 2014
Amperior (Sennheiser) By Malfunkt on Aug 21, 2014
SX-9500 (Pioneer) By JimmyM on Aug 21, 2014
Imperial 7 (Marantz) By adpopulum on Aug 21, 2014
Easya (Focal) By Matthew22 on Aug 21, 2014
5.1e Speakers (Energy) By David Dov on Aug 21, 2014
Talisman V2 Gold (Clear Audio) By ovationaudio on Aug 21, 2014
DM-2A (B&W (Bowers & Wilkins)) By Space-Tech-Lab on Aug 21, 2014
rb870bx (Rotel) By Whitby Audio on Aug 21, 2014
KVP 20 (Korato) By ovationaudio on Aug 21, 2014
Q660 (QUEST) By Space-Tech-Lab on Aug 21, 2014
C350 (NAD Electronics) By Whitby Audio on Aug 21, 2014
XPA-5 GEN 2 (Emotiva) By nary_nuon on Aug 21, 2014
BP2000 (Definitive Technology) By HARMONANTHONY on Aug 21, 2014
JA-B3 (JA-AUDIO) By rabitus on Aug 21, 2014
A205a mkII (almarro) By meiwan on Aug 21, 2014
Modi, Vali (Schiit) By Pestcontr0l on Aug 21, 2014
MT-223A (Fisher) By 1shervino on Aug 21, 2014
Transporter (Slim Devices) By L_GTA on Aug 21, 2014
RXW-12 (Monitor Audio) By AudioAmI on Aug 21, 2014
S-00 (NHT) By mcpeter on Aug 21, 2014
Amaze (Loth-X) By Butcus1 on Aug 21, 2014
F3 (Tannoy) By gallimorph on Aug 21, 2014
ican micro (ifi-audio) By Excelstereo on Aug 21, 2014
C10 (Kudos) By Straightshooter on Aug 20, 2014
Basic Clef (Gutwire) By phatbeats on Aug 20, 2014
HD 650 (Sennheiser) By phatbeats on Aug 20, 2014
KG4.5 (Klipsch) By mechstek on Aug 20, 2014
721 (DUAL) By mechstek on Aug 20, 2014
RA125 (ONIX) By Epiqview on Aug 20, 2014
Nova (Peachtree Audio) By Troutnut on Aug 20, 2014
Six (classe audio) By maxwellsmart on Aug 20, 2014
HE-560 (Hifiman) By pfillion on Aug 20, 2014
Prelude (Silverline Audio) By dashelj on Aug 20, 2014
Classic 2250 (Parasound) By john65b on Aug 20, 2014
QuietComfort 15 (Bose) By viniciusguzman on Aug 20, 2014
QuietComfort 20 (Bose) By viniciusguzman on Aug 20, 2014
6CA7/EL34 (Shuguang) By nikecat on Aug 20, 2014
CP-1280f (Onkyo) By esto on Aug 20, 2014
HA-160 (Burson Audio) By AudioMartin on Aug 20, 2014
A100 (Boston Acoustics) By philgucci on Aug 20, 2014
PA 5XC2 (precision acoustics) By pmckay1973 on Aug 20, 2014
Asgaard 1 (Schiit) By philgucci on Aug 20, 2014
0710 Cu (WBT) By JJason on Aug 20, 2014
CCM665 (B&W (Bowers & Wilkins)) By 2freedom on Aug 20, 2014
Perfectwave Dac mkii (PS Audio) By Dgstereo on Aug 20, 2014
Ekos (Linn) By vpesakovic on Aug 20, 2014
77 (Quad) By GavinGormley on Aug 20, 2014
TU 519 & AU 519 (Sansui) By VintagePlus on Aug 20, 2014
WAFER I (PMC) By nickniarobi on Aug 20, 2014
Fostex F200A (KCS Custom) By Rick R on Aug 20, 2014
9s (Paradigm) By nielsvanm on Aug 20, 2014
V-35 (Cerwin Vega) By johnec001 on Aug 20, 2014
Bach (Vienna Acoustics) By gladiator335 on Aug 20, 2014
Mc2255 (McIntosh) By dart on Aug 20, 2014
cd 500 (Cary Audio) By Danny123 on Aug 20, 2014
MC1000 (McIntosh) By Nibrels on Aug 20, 2014
tp60 (topping) By jnaudio on Aug 20, 2014
Studio 60v4 (Paradigm) By elite on Aug 20, 2014
AVC (Sinclair Audio) By Swillyums on Aug 20, 2014
RWC 7.3 (Niles) By BOCalgary on Aug 20, 2014
vm60 (je audio) By zuaudio.ca on Aug 20, 2014
A308CR (Musical Fidelity) By Danny123 on Aug 20, 2014
GS60 (Monitor Audio) By Danny123 on Aug 20, 2014
GFA 555MKII (Adcom) By musicnut on Aug 20, 2014
MMF-2.2 LE (Music Hall) By gschotland on Aug 20, 2014
PerfectWave DAC MkI (PS Audio) By gschotland on Aug 20, 2014
FPB 300cx (Krell) By harri009 on Aug 20, 2014
FB1 (PMC) By rhart on Aug 20, 2014
192kHz Upsampling DAC (Mytek) By Masaja on Aug 20, 2014
The Amazing Alpha (PSB) By yardwhale on Aug 20, 2014
HD700 (Sennheiser) By superotaku78 on Aug 20, 2014
Pearl KI Edition Integrated (Marantz) By Masaja on Aug 20, 2014
SE-40 (Golden Tube) By audiogregory on Aug 20, 2014
Planar 3 (Rega) By vinylkid on Aug 20, 2014
SA/3 (Threshold) By ktlkwan on Aug 20, 2014
7bst (Bryston) By bud1451 on Aug 20, 2014
501 Mark II (Shelter) By mikjam on Aug 20, 2014
PW2100 (Paradigm) By stratfordguy on Aug 20, 2014
The Wave (Transparent) By JeffFown on Aug 20, 2014
MagicPower (Signal Cable) By strad1953 on Aug 20, 2014
Wave (Transparent Cable) By JeffFown on Aug 20, 2014
Momentum On Ear (Sennheiser) By loftymike on Aug 20, 2014
ca-800 (Yamaha) By gaetan8888 on Aug 20, 2014
DL-103R (Denon) By SebastienL on Aug 20, 2014
881 (Sansui) By gaetan8888 on Aug 20, 2014
MP-50 (Nagaoka) By SebastienL on Aug 20, 2014
CR-840 (Yamaha) By Agaunico on Aug 20, 2014
Image T5 (PSB) By jdm270 on Aug 20, 2014
1+ (Little Dot) By simonT on Aug 20, 2014
L22 (Lynx Studio) By fphredd on Aug 20, 2014
CMX 10s (Cerwin Vega) By Swillyums on Aug 20, 2014
Mini Monitor V6 (Paradigm) By Swillyums on Aug 20, 2014
DL-103D (Denon) By audio39 on Aug 20, 2014
Go + Play (Harmon Kardon) By supaDean on Aug 20, 2014
LS50 50th Anniversary version (Kef) By Farscape1 on Aug 20, 2014
da924 (lavry) By nestle on Aug 20, 2014
460i (Harman Kardon) By mechstek on Aug 19, 2014
2250B (Marantz) By mechstek on Aug 19, 2014
SL 210 (Technics) By Myke on Aug 19, 2014
nr1604 (Marantz) By traveling37 on Aug 19, 2014
FS70 (TARGET) By wehttam on Aug 19, 2014
DQ 10 (dahlquist) By DESM on Aug 19, 2014
SB1 (NHT) By japosey on Aug 19, 2014
ADP-170 (Paradigm) By japosey on Aug 19, 2014
VT-1C (NHT) By japosey on Aug 19, 2014
Minivee 8 (Velodyne) By japosey on Aug 19, 2014
Spec 1 (Pioneer) By VintagePlus on Aug 19, 2014
KCT (Krell) By DevlinM on Aug 19, 2014
TS-200 (OPTIMUS) By kelkling123 on Aug 19, 2014
9BSST (Bryston) By Cetnik on Aug 19, 2014
802 Matrix Series 3 (B&W (Bowers & Wilkins)) By HEADPIN on Aug 19, 2014
BIT15 (Bryston) By Cetnik on Aug 19, 2014
Hawk (Totem Acoustic) By D1g1talv3n0m on Aug 19, 2014
LS-1 (VELOCE) By audioezra on Aug 19, 2014
761 (Mission) By milo on Aug 19, 2014
CDP-C215 (Sony) By milo on Aug 19, 2014
THC-2 (Sound Dynamics) By claucojo on Aug 19, 2014
RB-991 (Rotel) By mrgadget on Aug 19, 2014
DX100 (Ibasso) By kkibrisli on Aug 19, 2014
UPA-5 (Emotiva) By Heartfielder on Aug 19, 2014
I22 (Primare) By Top Choice Electronics on Aug 19, 2014
A-25XL (Dynaco) By sparks12kv on Aug 19, 2014
P-3a (Pioneer) By Passion for Vintage on Aug 19, 2014
VOTT (Altec Lansing) By Triode4 on Aug 19, 2014
Goodwood (Goodmans) By vintageHiFi on Aug 19, 2014
M5 (Memphis car audio) By jonjonro on Aug 19, 2014
TW40X81 (Toshiba) By onelastime on Aug 19, 2014
ct-5 (Conrad-Johnson) By groundsource on Aug 19, 2014
101 3408 (angstrom) By junkjenius13 on Aug 19, 2014
DacMagic 100 (Cambridge Audio) By bostown on Aug 19, 2014
4030 (Epson) By canadamike on Aug 19, 2014
AV7005 (Marantz) By Top Choice Electronics on Aug 19, 2014
AV-34wp84 (JVC) By BIGJAM on Aug 19, 2014
Azur 751BD (Cambridge Audio) By AudioDuck on Aug 19, 2014
TC-760LC (TCC) By Chuck-in-RI on Aug 19, 2014
PSM600 (Shengya) By audioguy001 on Aug 19, 2014
Anaconda CX (Shunyata Research) By filtronique on Aug 19, 2014
lc1 (blue jeans) By dritchey on Aug 19, 2014
558 (Meridian) By Close to the Edge on Aug 19, 2014
HD 800 (Sennheiser) By kj604 on Aug 19, 2014
OBH-11 (Creek Audio) By Chuck-in-RI on Aug 19, 2014
Visual Performance VP63 (Sonance) By BOCalgary on Aug 19, 2014
Orbe SE (Michell) By Executive Stereo on Aug 19, 2014
Aerius (Martin Logan) By tcipps on Aug 19, 2014
SK-1000 II (JVC) By fredpbarker on Aug 19, 2014
Ultra (XLO) By Rick29 on Aug 19, 2014
HTS 3600 MkII (MONSTER) By Chuck-in-RI on Aug 19, 2014
SLV-N60 (Sony) By Agvo on Aug 19, 2014
TD 145 (THORENS) By rocket on Aug 19, 2014
DRW-650 (Denon) By Agvo on Aug 19, 2014
BDP-105 (OPPO Digital) By Chuck-in-RI on Aug 19, 2014
Beomaster 4500 (B&O (Bang & Olufsen)) By adpopulum on Aug 19, 2014
Double Shotgun (Clear Day) By dodger4 on Aug 19, 2014
AML-2 (PMC) By Jdav104 on Aug 19, 2014
705 (NAD Electronics) By snil on Aug 19, 2014
Matrix 12 (MIT Music Interface Technologies) By BOCalgary on Aug 19, 2014
C46 (McIntosh) By Chuck-in-RI on Aug 19, 2014
Minuet L75 (JBL) By ibastian on Aug 19, 2014
CDP-291 (Sony) By Agvo on Aug 19, 2014
RX-396 (Yamaha) By Agvo on Aug 19, 2014
xpa-2 Gen 2 (Emotiva) By mrhyfy on Aug 19, 2014
LVC (Gershman Acoustics) By Noteworthy_2 on Aug 19, 2014
TL2 (Polk Audio) By Noteworthy_2 on Aug 19, 2014
28s (Acoustic Research) By nielsvanm on Aug 19, 2014
2WQ (Vandersteen) By Noteworthy_2 on Aug 19, 2014
MK III (Odyssey) By MBGuy on Aug 19, 2014
AH-D5000 (Denon) By Tubenews on Aug 19, 2014
ULTRA PLUS (XLO) By Rick29 on Aug 19, 2014
V15Vx (Shure) By vintageHiFi on Aug 19, 2014
MX136 (McIntosh) By Chuck-in-RI on Aug 19, 2014
Totem Claws (Totem Acoustics) By Whitby Audio on Aug 19, 2014
Royal Princess 300B (Sophia Electric) By washington_audio on Aug 19, 2014
9se MK11 (Paradigm) By JGuarascio on Aug 19, 2014
MC7106 (McIntosh) By Yakbob on Aug 19, 2014
MC122 (McIntosh) By Chuck-in-RI on Aug 19, 2014
300B (Sophia Electric) By washington_audio on Aug 19, 2014
xpa-2 Gen-2 (Emotiva) By mrhyfy on Aug 19, 2014
2500 (Marantz) By philgucci on Aug 19, 2014
Essence (Zu Audio) By wardaint on Aug 19, 2014
100V (EPI) By nielsvanm on Aug 19, 2014
Blue (Decca) By vintageHiFi on Aug 19, 2014
Capris & 102 (Jeff Rowland) By yewburr54 on Aug 19, 2014
AB1-BP (PMC) By aumart on Aug 19, 2014
AR38s (Acoustic Research) By adpopulum on Aug 19, 2014
CS-05 (Pioneer) By aumart on Aug 19, 2014
Dali Megaline Crossover (Transition Audio Design) By Jonathan_S on Aug 19, 2014
RSS390HO-4 (dayton audio) By tilucky on Aug 19, 2014
A25 (Dynaco) By nielsvanm on Aug 19, 2014
Megaline - Series III (DALI (Danish Audiophile Loudspeaker Industries)) By Jonathan_S on Aug 19, 2014
734 (Mission) By nielsvanm on Aug 19, 2014
Earth (Totem Acoustic) By Big Al on Aug 19, 2014
PMA-560 (Denon) By moez12 on Aug 19, 2014
headshell (Fidelity Research) By tracknfield on Aug 19, 2014
UltraCube 10 (Paradigm) By jagmontana on Aug 19, 2014
VP130 (Bellari) By hdav on Aug 19, 2014
CO-23 (Nikko) By marc mc on Aug 19, 2014
integre dt (YBA) By mr brent on Aug 19, 2014
Dulcet BE (Reference 3a) By Floyd on Aug 19, 2014
683 S1 (B&W (Bowers & Wilkins)) By Floyd on Aug 19, 2014
MA3 (Monitor Audio) By gallimorph on Aug 19, 2014
DC 2 (Lexicon) By ythifi on Aug 19, 2014
MC-402 (McIntosh) By Reel Audio on Aug 18, 2014
PL-L800 (Pioneer) By mechstek on Aug 18, 2014
No. 30 exotic burled walnut (Odeon) By Lotuss4 on Aug 18, 2014
A-1 (Yamaha) By mechstek on Aug 18, 2014
SU-7100 (Technics) By mechstek on Aug 18, 2014
DH-110 (HAFLER) By stevestuff on Aug 18, 2014
lsi25 (Polk Audio) By Mikeyb128 on Aug 18, 2014
151 Power DAC (Wadia) By rossmilne on Aug 18, 2014
SA-505 (System Audio) By mjfn on Aug 18, 2014
200 SE (Cerwin Vega) By claucojo on Aug 18, 2014
B250-S (Revox) By Dinoli on Aug 18, 2014
Uberbuss (P.I. Audio Group) By RPM123 on Aug 18, 2014
Threshold T 100 class A Amplifier (Threshold) By Benliao on Aug 18, 2014
88 (SECO) By Triodeotl on Aug 18, 2014
Veritas (Energy) By Cyber on Aug 18, 2014
Edinburgh (Tannoy) By TheRecordCentre on Aug 18, 2014
Model 3 (Rega) By James_Dean on Aug 18, 2014
RIAA Phonopre (North Audio) By TheRecordCentre on Aug 18, 2014
Substrata ss 1500 (Mirage) By 5709nate on Aug 18, 2014
621 Preamplifier (Hadley) By cjkinpa on Aug 18, 2014
AMT4 (ESS) By radeonut on Aug 18, 2014
3.2fe (Kharma) By analogguy91 on Aug 18, 2014
Coherence II Preamplifier (Jeff Rowland) By analogguy91 on Aug 18, 2014
cap 2100 integrated amplifier (classe) By kastoria111 on Aug 18, 2014
Reference 3SA Amplifier (Anthony Gallo Acoustics) By rohsal on Aug 18, 2014
RS850; RSC200; RS250MKII; av123 mfw (Onix Rocket) By nbagad on Aug 18, 2014
RC (Energy) By Koolong on Aug 18, 2014
DAC (Rega) By Canoe on Aug 18, 2014
Brio-R (Rega) By Canoe on Aug 18, 2014
January (Stereophile) By audioracer on Aug 18, 2014
Compact Series (Castle) By BobyYoo on Aug 18, 2014
rc 70 (Energy) By leopfreitas on Aug 18, 2014
AU-8500 (Sansui) By Close to the Edge on Aug 18, 2014
RX Series (Monitor Audio) By creimes on Aug 18, 2014
Progression (47 Labs) By Astralnavigator on Aug 18, 2014
ESL-63 (Quad) By auris on Aug 18, 2014
hpm 100 (Pioneer) By VolumexD on Aug 18, 2014
A300 (Cambridge Audio) By audiowave on Aug 18, 2014
K-3x (Ayre Acoustics) By audioalex on Aug 18, 2014
Silver RX2 (MonitorAudio) By gsound on Aug 18, 2014
Quadlink 5C (Cardas) By anthem691 on Aug 18, 2014
JL B31 (JVC) By micmac11 on Aug 18, 2014
MICRO 25 with PHONO STAGE (CROFT ACOUSTICS) By zatnepre7 on Aug 18, 2014
6922 (Ei) By nick72 on Aug 18, 2014
F208B (Finale Audio) By deramg on Aug 18, 2014
DC10t (Tannoy) By dj28 on Aug 18, 2014
MC7205 (McIntosh) By Chuck-in-RI on Aug 18, 2014
AVM-40 (Anthem) By jeffgh613 on Aug 18, 2014
dcd cx3 (Denon) By Thirteen on Aug 18, 2014
sep40 (Caztech) By waxwings on Aug 18, 2014
MCA 50 (Anthem) By jeffgh613 on Aug 18, 2014
Take 5 (Energy) By 48goingon14 on Aug 18, 2014
750 (Mirage) By dreamscape on Aug 18, 2014
MMC 2 (B&O (Bang & Olufsen)) By Jim859 on Aug 18, 2014
MC150 (McIntosh) By Chuck-in-RI on Aug 18, 2014
Rainmaker (Totem Acoustic) By janscambridge on Aug 18, 2014
pl-600 (Pioneer) By sptechnics on Aug 18, 2014
Stealth 8 (Emotiva) By sphinxis on Aug 18, 2014
2000 HiFi (Grundig) By allenleonardo on Aug 18, 2014
PM-15SC Limited Addition (Marantz) By Chuck-in-RI on Aug 18, 2014
PH3 (Audio Research Corporation) By brettwex on Aug 18, 2014
FPB-600 (Krell) By TheRecordCentre on Aug 18, 2014
HR-5000 (Telefunken) By David Dov on Aug 18, 2014
Beogram TX2 (B&O (Bang & Olufsen)) By Chuck-in-RI on Aug 18, 2014
95 (OPPO Digital) By bnbayer on Aug 18, 2014
DVD-3930CI (Denon) By bnbayer on Aug 18, 2014
Studio ADP-590 (Paradigm) By JMBARER on Aug 18, 2014
MC205 Five 200 Watt Channels (McIntosh) By tamzara on Aug 18, 2014
DAC V8 (Musical Fidelity) By Tutone on Aug 18, 2014
C-5xeMP (Ayre Acoustics) By musicsound on Aug 18, 2014
ERC-3 cd/transport (Emotiva) By Tutone on Aug 18, 2014
Line preamplifier with 12ax7 tubes (Quicksilver) By Berni on Aug 18, 2014
Squeezebox (Logitech) By riffer on Aug 18, 2014
adeptResponse aR6T (Audience) By Bkwilson54 on Aug 18, 2014
CD17 (ARCAM) By cshallePQ on Aug 18, 2014
Executive (Beats) By LeafFan67 on Aug 18, 2014
Alpha 2 (Berkeley) By Bkwilson54 on Aug 18, 2014
Cobra Cable (Polk Audio) By morphix on Aug 18, 2014
Studio Reference 20 (Paradigm) By mcgsxr on Aug 18, 2014
TC-W310 (Sony) By milo on Aug 18, 2014
DVD-2900 (Denon) By esto on Aug 18, 2014
Silver Edition (Earmax) By riffer on Aug 18, 2014
126S (Sophia Electric) By wtrp on Aug 18, 2014
BHA - 1 (Bryston) By leon_petercn on Aug 18, 2014
gold clear cable (Cardas) By leon_petercn on Aug 18, 2014
Kan MK1 (Linn) By rupiu3000 on Aug 18, 2014
4140; 2235b, 2240b; 2250b; R-1070 (Marantz; Luxman) By Bort19 on Aug 18, 2014
A2 (ALI Acoustic) By Charisma Audio on Aug 18, 2014
Mini Galaxy One (Audio Space) By Charisma Audio on Aug 18, 2014
PP3i (NAD Electronics) By wisebuddah on Aug 18, 2014
Platinum MKII (Ultralink) By AM123 on Aug 18, 2014
D60 (Kimber) By AM123 on Aug 18, 2014
White Lightning (Nordost) By AM123 on Aug 18, 2014
Studio 60 v.3 (Paradigm) By gladiator335 on Aug 18, 2014
LCD-XC (Audeze) By leon_petercn on Aug 18, 2014
Elan 30 (Epos) By Floyd on Aug 18, 2014
HD800 (Sennheiser) By leon_petercn on Aug 18, 2014
8200A (Audiolab) By Floyd on Aug 18, 2014
Topaz CD10 (Cambridge Audio) By canukian1 on Aug 18, 2014
Digital Link III (PS Audio) By drewbirt on Aug 18, 2014
3BST (Bryston) By spartiate1952 on Aug 18, 2014
TTS-4000 (Sony) By vintageHiFi on Aug 18, 2014
Z623 (Logitech) By Wombat on Aug 18, 2014
TLS-80 (IMF) By bilboquet4 on Aug 18, 2014
Argonaut 780 (Mission) By Dean on Aug 18, 2014
RED (Ortofon) By lodger91 on Aug 18, 2014
DM2A (B&W (Bowers & Wilkins)) By loveaudio on Aug 18, 2014
decco 65 (Peachtree) By florian on Aug 18, 2014
8200DQ (Audiolab) By Floyd on Aug 18, 2014
DD-12 (Velodyne) By Floyd on Aug 18, 2014
PowerChord (Audience) By Acastos on Aug 18, 2014
CF2 Nimbus (Celef) By gallimorph on Aug 18, 2014
HE-5LE (Hifiman) By realstar on Aug 18, 2014
cc-570 rosenut (Paradigm) By jimwjimw on Aug 17, 2014
KT-90 (Ei) By Menosh on Aug 17, 2014
A 534B (Grant Fidelity) By Italy71 on Aug 17, 2014
RB81 (Klipsch) By dlu1494 on Aug 17, 2014
KS1036, KS1026, KS1121 & KS1126 (KIMBER SELECT) By rubinesque on Aug 17, 2014
KS1026, 1036 & more (KIMBER SELECT) By rubinesque on Aug 17, 2014
Veritas v5,2c (Energy) By Aarghon on Aug 17, 2014
TX-NR708 (Onkyo) By Nautilus on Aug 17, 2014
MDR-10RNC (Sony) By LeafFan67 on Aug 17, 2014
FE103E (Fostex) By retronuts on Aug 17, 2014
Phono Box (Pro-Ject) By Funky McBain on Aug 17, 2014
MCD 751 (McIntosh) By Neil C on Aug 17, 2014
P7 (B&W (Bowers & Wilkins)) By ILW8UP on Aug 17, 2014
T2 (MIT CablesMIT) By vermettep on Aug 17, 2014
AvatarSuper (Valve Amplification Company (VAC)) By Schwartzwest on Aug 17, 2014
Sapphire (SOTA) By tetrode on Aug 17, 2014
8206 (SCOTCH) By analogpower on Aug 17, 2014
7bsst2 (Bryston) By kariya1997 on Aug 17, 2014
Everest (Audioquest) By gfroman on Aug 17, 2014
6550 (Bewitch) By xxmartinxx on Aug 17, 2014
P5 (Simaudio) By Duane1968 on Aug 17, 2014
hr-624 (Mackie) By JmanGTA on Aug 17, 2014
A-77X (Pioneer) By Sinisa on Aug 17, 2014
ULITIMATE (PS Audio) By Sinisa on Aug 17, 2014
Obelisk Si (Heed Audio) By atelier13 on Aug 17, 2014
Clear Power (Cardas) By djd1122 on Aug 17, 2014
Model 11 Plus (Custom Power Cord Company) By Butcus1 on Aug 17, 2014
Top Gun (Custom Power Cord Company) By Butcus1 on Aug 17, 2014
CuQ Sound pipe (MAC) By selohero on Aug 17, 2014
sr-2004, rx-1603 (Hitachi, Rotel) By Mag84ilfully on Aug 17, 2014
BN600S3 (B&W (Bowers & Wilkins)) By tobb on Aug 17, 2014
Pro AC-II CL-3 (Harmonic Technology) By Butcus1 on Aug 17, 2014
Powerkord (Kimber Kable) By Butcus1 on Aug 17, 2014
Pink (Creative Cable Concepts) By Butcus1 on Aug 17, 2014
MI-330 (MIT Cables) By Butcus1 on Aug 17, 2014
MI 2 (Goertz) By Butcus1 on Aug 17, 2014
SL-1200MK2 (Technics) By LeeBx on Aug 17, 2014
501 monoblock (Jeff Rowland) By niceaudio on Aug 17, 2014
fr 24 (Fidelity Research) By tracknfield on Aug 17, 2014
CA-3200 (classe audio) By stevekwc on Aug 17, 2014
Scoutmaster (VPI Industries) By Woodchuck on Aug 17, 2014
100 (Home Brew Audio) By dihmels on Aug 17, 2014
JD102CRC (Jolida) By atelier13 on Aug 17, 2014
silver power cord (Tributaries) By igorino on Aug 17, 2014
3B NRB (Bryston) By tobb on Aug 17, 2014
Grand Piano Home (Sonus Faber) By wehttam on Aug 17, 2014
601,501,452 (McIntosh) By Ray Cote on Aug 17, 2014
PM640 - High Current Capability Integrated Amplifier (Harman Kardon) By audiowave on Aug 17, 2014
DAC 3 (Bel Canto Design) By tobb on Aug 17, 2014
M48SE (Tube Magic Canada) By vtonix on Aug 17, 2014
B1 (Musical Fidelity) By vintage_stuff on Aug 17, 2014
730 (Harman Kardon) By The Audioguy II on Aug 17, 2014
LP12 Sondek (Linn) By pguiney on Aug 17, 2014
JD-502CRC (Jolida) By atelier13 on Aug 17, 2014
CA-100 (Canary Audio) By donkt88 on Aug 17, 2014
Kg4 (Klipsch) By Ray Mcleod on Aug 17, 2014
TURNTABLE PLATFORM (ARISTON) By gstat on Aug 17, 2014
Silver Storm (DSA) By synsurd on Aug 17, 2014
802 Diamonds (B&W (Bowers & Wilkins)) By abenson88 on Aug 17, 2014
14BST (Bryston) By Pierre1955 on Aug 17, 2014
Delphi (Oracle) By HiFi Joe on Aug 17, 2014
MCD201 (McIntosh) By Audiogear88 on Aug 17, 2014
R-1050 (Luxman) By lalahouse on Aug 17, 2014
golden (Cardas) By waxwings on Aug 17, 2014
E3C (Shure) By dashelj on Aug 17, 2014
125 (Grado Labs) By Snoro on Aug 17, 2014
LCD-2 (Audeze) By dsd-7 on Aug 17, 2014
TD16xx Series (THORENS) By VFR06 on Aug 17, 2014
T510 (Lenovo) By milesian on Aug 17, 2014
MC D-352 (Van Den Hul) By AVguy on Aug 17, 2014
MYDAC II (Musical Surroundings) By cedar on Aug 17, 2014
Criton.1T loudspeaker kit (Creative Sound Solutions) By Sir Robert on Aug 17, 2014
T1 (REL) By revoxb77 on Aug 17, 2014
12'' Empress (marsland) By rickrally on Aug 17, 2014
Dragonfly v 1.0 (Audioquest) By Snoro on Aug 17, 2014
Vinyl (Vintage) By bmw325 on Aug 17, 2014
GT-1 (Athom) By Arthur Veves on Aug 17, 2014
MA9S2 (Marantz) By derekw14 on Aug 17, 2014
MC 250/500 (wyred 4 Sound) By hionfi on Aug 17, 2014
Pro lll (JBL) By aumart on Aug 17, 2014
amplifier (Marantz) By kingfrancky on Aug 17, 2014
v3 mkII amplifier (Ayer) By Berni on Aug 17, 2014
Xpa-3 (Emotiva) By nturner on Aug 17, 2014
Reference 150 (Audio Research Corporation) By guitardave on Aug 16, 2014
TC-K950ES (Sony) By nevermind5 on Aug 16, 2014
Audio Desk record cleaner (Audio Desk Systeme record cleaner) By Ukey on Aug 16, 2014
x1000R (Teac) By amscanada on Aug 16, 2014
PA-7 (Nakamichi) By Mercury3 on Aug 16, 2014
LP-S moving coil cartridge (BenzMicromega) By stei7141 on Aug 16, 2014
FMJ A19 (ARCAM) By nevermind5 on Aug 16, 2014
Servo 15 (Paradigm) By jmoray on Aug 16, 2014
Nano iDSD (iFi) By azn6r on Aug 16, 2014
Questz (Martin Logan) By jmoray on Aug 16, 2014
Energy Pro 22 Tweeters (Energy) By Toddskitodd on Aug 16, 2014
AV 8003 (Marantz) By sauniq on Aug 16, 2014
RX-A3030 (Yamaha) By whitecamaross on Aug 16, 2014
4300 Monitor Series Tuner (NAD Electronics) By nickple on Aug 16, 2014
Seismic Sink (Townshend) By rmkarman on Aug 16, 2014
Artemiz (Roksan) By alvarocan on Aug 16, 2014
Stageline N (Naim) By Back To Wax on Aug 16, 2014
sl-1401 (Technics) By Ron Elf on Aug 16, 2014
XPA 200 (Emotiva) By Brent B on Aug 16, 2014
Monitor 70 (Polk Audio) By dhart86 on Aug 16, 2014
Nait 5i (Naim) By Back To Wax on Aug 16, 2014
M4U 1 (PSB) By scottee on Aug 16, 2014
CD Integre (YBA) By mproiett on Aug 16, 2014
Ak120 (Askell & Kern) By Balthier on Aug 16, 2014
P35 (ARCAM) By sddeh on Aug 16, 2014
TX-890 (Onkyo) By sddeh on Aug 16, 2014
T9090 (Onkyo) By sddeh on Aug 16, 2014
IRDAC (ARCAM) By theaudiofan on Aug 16, 2014
A308 (Musical Fidelity) By theaudiofan on Aug 16, 2014
110, 101 or 915 (HAFLER) By beauregard remi on Aug 16, 2014
Advantage (nuance) By BigRex on Aug 16, 2014
Ax500a (Axiom Audio) By BigRex on Aug 16, 2014
V-Link 192kHz (Musical Fidelity) By TannoyGode on Aug 16, 2014
Solo mini (ARCAM) By Italy71 on Aug 16, 2014
Rhapsody S (Straight Wire) By BOCalgary on Aug 16, 2014
A3 24 192kHz Upsampling DAC (Musical Fidelity) By TannoyGode on Aug 16, 2014
ac 12 (PS Audio) By FriedBill on Aug 16, 2014
premier (PS Audio) By FriedBill on Aug 16, 2014
G68 & HD621 (Meridian) By ever43 on Aug 16, 2014
CR-H500NT (Teac) By wehttam on Aug 16, 2014
8 PR Speaker Cable (Kimber Kable) By BOCalgary on Aug 16, 2014
8080DB (Sansui) By Ron Elf on Aug 16, 2014
SP-X7000 (Sansui) By Ron Elf on Aug 16, 2014
AML2 Active Studio Monitor Speakers (PMC) By Jdav104 on Aug 16, 2014
803 (Altec) By Atom666 on Aug 16, 2014
LA-150 MKII (Joule Electra) By Thaluza on Aug 16, 2014
Clear Interconnect (Cardas) By Thaluza on Aug 16, 2014
80 (Altec) By Atom666 on Aug 16, 2014
Master LE 2.0 (Virtual Dynamics) By Thaluza on Aug 16, 2014
QS4 (Axiom Audio) By Pokato on Aug 16, 2014
SA-60 (Esoteric) By David Zimmerman on Aug 16, 2014
Ipod touch (Apple) By corbeau007 on Aug 16, 2014
200x5 (Acurus) By Jontiffin on Aug 16, 2014
sp-120 (Raysonic) By digitalguru on Aug 16, 2014
La Scala MC2105 (Klipsch) By admin on Aug 16, 2014
Debut Gold Standard Turntable, Graham Engineering 2.0 Tonearm (Basis, Graham) By JR7055 on Aug 16, 2014
Debut Gold Standard Turntable (Basis) By JR7055 on Aug 16, 2014
tribe III (Totem Acoustics) By Chrfor on Aug 16, 2014
RX-V850 (Yamaha) By jamalgee on Aug 16, 2014
2240 (Marantz) By Music Freak on Aug 16, 2014
2250 (Marantz) By Music Freak on Aug 16, 2014
Duette Series I (Wilson Audio) By Mordicai on Aug 16, 2014
Couplet Qube Reference 1000s (Chapter) By Arcadia Audio on Aug 16, 2014
SW-157II (AKAI) By rumblestrip on Aug 16, 2014
110, 915, 101 (HAFLER) By beauregard remi on Aug 16, 2014
6N2P-EV (Voshod) By Yuriy62 on Aug 16, 2014
M2-9 (SME) By ovationaudio on Aug 16, 2014
DCI 8|300N (Crown Audio) By NVAudio on Aug 16, 2014
Viva (Avid) By ovationaudio on Aug 16, 2014
ref500s (Bel Canto Design) By macmaxx on Aug 16, 2014
4435 (JBL) By bigtruck82 on Aug 16, 2014
Liquid Fire Headphone Amp (Cavalli Audio) By 11048437 on Aug 16, 2014
Pro 22 (Energy) By audiogirl77 on Aug 16, 2014
MAX 5400 - PM (Panamax) By Sokol on Aug 16, 2014
V15 IV (Shure) By The Audioguy II on Aug 16, 2014
MAX 7500 - PRO (Panamax) By Sokol on Aug 16, 2014
DM-3000 (B&W (Bowers & Wilkins)) By aumart on Aug 16, 2014
SIX AND SEVEN (EXPOSURE) By michelc2 on Aug 16, 2014
99 Preamplifier (Rogue Audio) By hcbike on Aug 16, 2014
S125C (Miller & Kreisel) By simonT on Aug 16, 2014
FM Tuner (Dynaco) By David Dov on Aug 16, 2014
CV 1260 (DUAL) By ajtoronto on Aug 16, 2014
XA100.5 (Pass Labs) By Audiogear88 on Aug 16, 2014
Oracle AC1 (MIT Cables) By Audiogear88 on Aug 16, 2014
12au7 (amperex) By nick72 on Aug 16, 2014
Thirty (KLH Audio) By Tom_r on Aug 16, 2014
AA-13 (Heathkit) By Tom_r on Aug 16, 2014
ASR-333 (Stromberg-Carlson) By Tom_r on Aug 16, 2014
FM3 (Dynaco) By Tom_r on Aug 16, 2014
SCA-35 (Dynaco) By Tom_r on Aug 16, 2014
W4-AM (Heathkit) By Tom_r on Aug 16, 2014
SA-750L (JELCO) By itemscy on Aug 16, 2014
Alpha Dog (Mrspeakers) By AngryAudiophile on Aug 16, 2014
DUAL dustcover logo badge (DUAL) By southshore on Aug 16, 2014
4x10 HD (MiniDSP) By davidbarabe on Aug 15, 2014
MC250 (McIntosh) By vinylguy64 on Aug 15, 2014
909 (Quad) By vinylguy64 on Aug 15, 2014
Breakout cable XLR (Alva) By edwardzhuang on Aug 15, 2014
M1 Active MK2 (Alesis) By Nodscene on Aug 15, 2014
lp-12 (Linn) By chetatkins on Aug 15, 2014
7100 Stereo Power Amplifier (ELECTRO-VOICE (EV)) By Audiofil07 on Aug 15, 2014
da-307 (Denon) By tracknfield on Aug 15, 2014
ATV 2 (Apple) By supaDean on Aug 15, 2014
LSiM703 (Polk Audio) By brgman on Aug 15, 2014
Qa (Infinity) By audiophilemaxx on Aug 15, 2014
Infinity plastic speaker badge (Infinity) By southshore on Aug 15, 2014
FRIED metal speaker badge (FRIED) By southshore on Aug 15, 2014
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cl (Harman Kardon) By traveling37 on Aug 15, 2014
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ANCHORWAVE (Lessloss) By kunaj on Aug 15, 2014
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PP2 (NAD Electronics) By dcjazz on Aug 15, 2014
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Solo Crystal Oval (Analysis Plus) By doctordoug on Aug 15, 2014
M300 (Clayton Audio) By rnscott on Aug 15, 2014
Amp1/Pre2L/CD1 (Anthem) By adtab on Aug 15, 2014
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604 (DUAL) By newdar on Aug 15, 2014
DR-3 (Nakamichi) By Davo on Aug 15, 2014
A810 (Studer) By Davo on Aug 15, 2014
DSP 3100 (Paradigm) By peenoots on Aug 15, 2014
Clear Light Interconnect (Cardas) By Ballanyi on Aug 15, 2014
500B (Fisher) By lamartinez7 on Aug 15, 2014
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Stadium III (REL) By adtab on Aug 15, 2014
HD 280 pro (Sennheiser) By GHBRIAN on Aug 15, 2014
KG 2 (Klipsch) By catherinek on Aug 15, 2014
Howard 2 (Castle Audio) By zuaudio.ca on Aug 15, 2014
BD103 (OPPO Digital) By jazzmanmoe on Aug 15, 2014
M-290 (Mirage) By tmarx on Aug 15, 2014
8 Power (Cyrus) By europroducts on Aug 15, 2014
FS247 BE (Elac) By MCM Acoustique on Aug 15, 2014
300B-xls (KR) By zawwin on Aug 15, 2014
FS249 (Elac) By MCM Acoustique on Aug 15, 2014
Forest (Totem Acoustic) By MCM Acoustique on Aug 15, 2014
Copper Oval-In (Analysis Plus) By doctordoug on Aug 15, 2014
A3cr (Musical Fidelity) By vangoughear on Aug 15, 2014
RC-70 (Energy) By dchappell on Aug 15, 2014
Storm (Totem Acoustic) By PatT on Aug 15, 2014
FM6 (Cyrus) By europroducts on Aug 15, 2014
Power One (Home Brew Audio) By lockman46 on Aug 15, 2014
X-718 (Compass) By audioracer on Aug 15, 2014
RS4910 (JVC) By conan48 on Aug 15, 2014
TURNTABLE (THORENS) By silverjazz on Aug 15, 2014
c06 (Xindak) By clintonj on Aug 15, 2014
BP5 (Bryston) By fangy on Aug 15, 2014
6S45P-E (Reflektor) By Yuriy62 on Aug 15, 2014
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AC-9 (Pangea) By failynn on Aug 15, 2014
CD6s (Cyrus) By europroducts on Aug 15, 2014
RS 6 (Monitor Audio) By canlan54 on Aug 15, 2014
G-120A (Luxman) By Close to the Edge on Aug 15, 2014
El Nino (Acoustic Zen) By P Champagne on Aug 15, 2014
GFA 555 (Adcom) By cms2461 on Aug 15, 2014
SB-1000 (SVS) By Brian79 on Aug 15, 2014
TAC 6.5 (Totem Acoustics) By P Champagne on Aug 15, 2014
10b std (Bryston) By Mercury3 on Aug 15, 2014
Tube amp 300 (Moscode) By mhmatovic on Aug 15, 2014
KG 1 (Klipsch) By strathammer on Aug 15, 2014
Golden Presence (Cardas) By Danny123 on Aug 15, 2014
F113 (JL Audio) By camadeco on Aug 15, 2014
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Majik I (Linn) By rickho on Aug 15, 2014
CA-S3 (Flying Mole) By polygon on Aug 15, 2014
CTA405 (COPLAND) By polygon on Aug 15, 2014
Classic MKII (Quad) By polygon on Aug 15, 2014
20XH (Dynavector) By polygon on Aug 15, 2014
Heimdall Series I (Nordost) By rockerz on Aug 15, 2014
LK100 (Linn) By rickho on Aug 15, 2014
Legend (Von Gaylord Audio) By fongbrian on Aug 15, 2014
Keilidh (Linn) By rickho on Aug 15, 2014
SR-20 (Synergistic Research) By WindTunnel on Aug 15, 2014
ASW608 (B&W (Bowers & Wilkins)) By drewbirt on Aug 15, 2014
M51 (NAD Electronics) By shortcuttomoncton on Aug 15, 2014
cs503.1 (DUAL) By coolsonics on Aug 15, 2014
S10.3 (Energy) By dlu1494 on Aug 15, 2014
SurroundBar42 (Polk) By dlu1494 on Aug 15, 2014
W-4 (Heathkit) By tracknfield on Aug 15, 2014
RA-05 SE (Rotel) By drewbirt on Aug 15, 2014
FPM6 (B&W (Bowers & Wilkins)) By drewbirt on Aug 15, 2014
240DF (AKG) By rob80b on Aug 15, 2014
K701 (AKG) By rob80b on Aug 15, 2014
GI-3 (Svetlana) By Yuriy62 on Aug 15, 2014
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ATH-W1000X (Audio-Technica) By chris0202 on Aug 14, 2014
CV-8 (Audioquest) By iskandam on Aug 14, 2014
Columbia (Audioquest) By iskandam on Aug 14, 2014
G68 & HD621 (Meridian) By ever43 on Aug 14, 2014
S.E.X (Bottlehead) By restock on Aug 14, 2014
Super Phono (Transparent) By htsource on Aug 14, 2014
Super (Transparent) By htsource on Aug 14, 2014
MD-108T (Magnum Dynalab) By htsource on Aug 14, 2014
Xciter (Cary Audio) By htsource on Aug 14, 2014
S.E.X. (Bottlehead) By restock on Aug 14, 2014
GS1000 (Grado Labs) By jacquesdube on Aug 14, 2014
sp-215 (scott) By mascothsbc on Aug 14, 2014
PV 10AL (Conrad Johnson) By Audiojunkie11 on Aug 14, 2014
Ref 3.5 (Anthony Gallo Acoustics) By Marz on Aug 14, 2014
PMF 1850 (Perreaux) By Slyshpr on Aug 14, 2014
PDR-10 (Paradigm) By Dennis Hartwick on Aug 14, 2014
AG790 (Teac) By shakes8993 on Aug 14, 2014
LCR60 S3 (B&W (Bowers & Wilkins)) By Dennis Hartwick on Aug 14, 2014
Cinema Grand (Sunfire) By joehernandez509 on Aug 14, 2014
Citation 16, 19, 17, 17s (Harman Kardon) By OhmMy on Aug 14, 2014
Alpha B1 (PSB) By hugyourbike on Aug 14, 2014
401 (Garrard) By JoelP on Aug 14, 2014
DM604S2 (B&W (Bowers & Wilkins)) By PrairieAV on Aug 14, 2014
SP-3A-1 (Audio Research Corporation) By dasfi2 on Aug 14, 2014
T-200 (Threshold) By JoelP on Aug 14, 2014
CS-410 (DUAL) By mcleod on Aug 14, 2014
Pro Series 4.5 (Energy) By jayparadigm on Aug 14, 2014
AR-6 (Acoustic Research) By Gavin on Aug 14, 2014
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300.2 (Audio Research Corporation) By HiEnd Pawn on Aug 14, 2014
Matrix 803 Series 2 (B&W (Bowers & Wilkins)) By Teruteru on Aug 14, 2014
PD-H500 (Teac) By Architect7 on Aug 14, 2014
cd90-2 (Wharfedale) By bourne on Aug 14, 2014
RCi3 (Acoustic Revive) By Brighella on Aug 14, 2014
MA-500 (Myryad) By angust63 on Aug 14, 2014
Academy (Klipsch) By Pokato on Aug 14, 2014
Fremdgerausch Zerstorer (Hi-Fi Tuning) By Brighella on Aug 14, 2014
cc 190 v6 (Paradigm) By audiogirl77 on Aug 14, 2014
ASW 610 (B&W (Bowers & Wilkins)) By audiogirl77 on Aug 14, 2014
HE-500 (Hifiman) By dashelj on Aug 14, 2014
SRH-840 (Shure) By dashelj on Aug 14, 2014
201 (Bose) By stereoguy110 on Aug 14, 2014
RCD 1072 (Rotel) By mmcd12 on Aug 14, 2014
Stream magic 6 (Cambridge) By bobbybanana on Aug 14, 2014
Link (MSB) By Passion for Vintage on Aug 14, 2014
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RM-J701 (Sony) By audio-power on Aug 14, 2014
GXC 760D (AKAI) By OCEANLIMITED on Aug 14, 2014
NAC 202 (Naim) By mikeybaby on Aug 14, 2014
700T (Fisher) By OCEANLIMITED on Aug 14, 2014
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samson (Maple Shade) By sauniq on Aug 14, 2014
Centaurus A (Skogrand) By Dadbehsh on Aug 14, 2014
RF7 II (Klipsch) By getech on Aug 14, 2014
MCD7010 (McIntosh) By Nibrels on Aug 14, 2014
ONE (Energy) By natalie on Aug 14, 2014
DCX2496 (Behringer) By tomeh on Aug 14, 2014
RS-M51 (Technics) By Danica on Aug 14, 2014
Headphone (Naim) By sparx on Aug 14, 2014
tc-788-4 (Sony) By Ed Lethbridge on Aug 14, 2014
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SU-V8 (Technics) By fat 55 on Aug 14, 2014
G-610... G-610B (Jensen) By DrummerNYC on Aug 14, 2014
20/3A (SME) By loopster on Aug 14, 2014
6000 OSE (Marantz) By Serendib on Aug 14, 2014
RSP-1068 RMB-1075 (Rotel) By bobbybanana on Aug 14, 2014
NA7004 (Marantz) By bobbybanana on Aug 14, 2014
Power Plus AC (DH Labs Silver Sonic Cables) By raferx on Aug 14, 2014
A/V 917 (NAD Electronics) By jserio2335 on Aug 14, 2014
Elegance, Suite S1.2 (DALI (Danish Audiophile Loudspeaker Industries)) By BOCalgary on Aug 14, 2014
AT1505 (ATI) By Petero on Aug 14, 2014
CVX (Kicker) By DjSolo2k5 on Aug 14, 2014
MC-SI (mirage-api) By jserio2335 on Aug 14, 2014
TA-2000F (Sony) By Close to the Edge on Aug 14, 2014
MA-1 (Kuan's) By Charisma Audio on Aug 14, 2014
NFB-1 (Audio-GD) By Electro3000 on Aug 14, 2014
8417 (Quicksilver) By Charisma Audio on Aug 14, 2014
380D (Simaudio) By SensationMusicale on Aug 14, 2014
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4b (Bryston) By Ed Lethbridge on Aug 14, 2014
Adp-390 v6 (Paradigm) By ceilidh006 on Aug 14, 2014
RECEIVER (Pioneer) By silverjazz on Aug 14, 2014
CDP .3 (classe audio) By BIGJAM on Aug 14, 2014
Signature S8 V3 (Paradigm) By dlu1494 on Aug 14, 2014
Signature (Paradigm) By dlu1494 on Aug 14, 2014
AMP 5 (Proceed Audio) By jserio2335 on Aug 14, 2014
CONDUCTOR SL9018 (Burson Audio) By Parts_Connexion on Aug 14, 2014
502 (SAE) By Ed Lethbridge on Aug 14, 2014
Nova125 (Peachtree Audio) By rodney_evely on Aug 14, 2014
B251 (Revox) By Ed Lethbridge on Aug 14, 2014
SG-9500 (Pioneer) By esclutcheon on Aug 14, 2014
1010 (DB PLUS) By natalie on Aug 14, 2014
AVS-2000 (MONSTER) By sweetsts on Aug 14, 2014
DL-110 (Denon) By polygon on Aug 14, 2014
Le Barbare version B1 (Amplificateurs LeGrand) By Amplificateurs LeGrand on Aug 14, 2014
DA-1 (Prism) By rghose on Aug 14, 2014
Quietline (Blue Circle Audio) By undertow on Aug 14, 2014
2285b (Marantz) By dahlman on Aug 14, 2014
Emotion (Clear Audio) By HiFi Joe on Aug 14, 2014
STR 7800SD (Sony) By BobFur on Aug 14, 2014
KLM Chess 15 (Rossner and Sohn) By wadiaguy on Aug 14, 2014
aragon VL-2 (Volent) By wadiaguy on Aug 14, 2014
LP 12 (Linn) By HiFi Joe on Aug 14, 2014
Dsp-7000 (EAD) By stevennguyen2012 on Aug 14, 2014
hicap 2 & headline (Naim) By sparx on Aug 14, 2014
Acoustic panel bass traps room treatment (Wave Acoustic) By Lindanmanor on Aug 14, 2014
C6 (Tannoy) By unityaudio on Aug 14, 2014
XTREME STATEMENT (PS Audio) By MOONCRIKIT on Aug 14, 2014
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XTREME STATEMENT RESOLUTION REFERENCE (PS Audio) By MOONCRIKIT on Aug 14, 2014
ruby 23 (Dynavector) By tracknfield on Aug 14, 2014
XTREME STATEMENT RESOLUTION REFERNCE (PS Audio) By MOONCRIKIT on Aug 14, 2014
SP3 (Bryston) By skootb on Aug 14, 2014
PL-70 (Pioneer) By tracknfield on Aug 14, 2014
TSM MXe (Merlin Music Systems) By mcleod on Aug 14, 2014
MCD1100 (McIntosh) By Audiogear88 on Aug 14, 2014
BLACKBURN FACTORY 12AU7/ECC82 (MULLARD) By alfa_lover on Aug 14, 2014
PowerLite Home Cinema 5010 (Epson) By dcchan2 on Aug 14, 2014
300dc (Marantz) By coolsonics on Aug 14, 2014
rdv 1040 (Rotel) By tracknfield on Aug 14, 2014
595is (Mirage) By Marcels Music on Aug 14, 2014
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SM-7 (Marantz) By vintageHiFi on Aug 14, 2014
Passion 1000 monos (YBA) By loopster on Aug 14, 2014
Tautoro (Plinius) By loopster on Aug 14, 2014
M1.2 Reference (Lamm) By loopster on Aug 14, 2014
Stasis 8.0 (Threshold) By loopster on Aug 14, 2014
Frey (Nordost) By mrchill on Aug 14, 2014
Paradox MKI (Paradox Audio) By mrchill on Aug 14, 2014
alpage (alpine) By malag on Aug 14, 2014
MC2155 (McIntosh) By ever43 on Aug 13, 2014
Citation (Harman Kardon) By OhmMy on Aug 13, 2014
Studio Monitor (Paradigm) By James_W on Aug 13, 2014
RS-100U (Leben HiFi) By PaulF70 on Aug 13, 2014
4320 Studio monitor (JBL) By hifiguy11 on Aug 13, 2014
150i (Perreaux) By roditis on Aug 13, 2014
Revolution DC4 (Tannoy) By wehttam on Aug 13, 2014
sampson (Maple Shade) By sauniq on Aug 13, 2014
Imagine S (PSB) By vinman23 on Aug 13, 2014
NAP 100 (Naim) By din0611 on Aug 13, 2014
Lineal (Goldmund) By AudioArchon on Aug 13, 2014
3020 (NAD Electronics) By Frank Wang on Aug 13, 2014
Classic 30 (Audio Physic) By AudioArchon on Aug 13, 2014
RMB 1077 (Rotel) By sauniq on Aug 13, 2014
SX-950 (Pioneer) By jmarley7 on Aug 13, 2014
4000DS MK-II ONE MICRON GAP (AKAI) By Zman2015 on Aug 13, 2014
540A V2 (Cambridge Audio) By viridian2 on Aug 13, 2014
Foreplay lll Extended (Bottlehead) By viridian2 on Aug 13, 2014
640P (Cambridge Audio) By viridian2 on Aug 13, 2014
MK 2 (Technics SP 10 MK 2) By Friendlystranger on Aug 13, 2014
Focus 210c (Dynaudio) By Chrfor on Aug 13, 2014
M75 (Shure) By vintageHiFi on Aug 13, 2014
PA-1200B (Philips) By Space-Tech-Lab on Aug 13, 2014
TL 6.5 (VTL) By rsquared on Aug 13, 2014
BC 21 (Blue Circle Audio) By Richard Carroll on Aug 13, 2014
Primus 150 (Infinity) By TenasciousD on Aug 13, 2014
Silver (Burmester) By AudioArchon on Aug 13, 2014
SA1000 (B&W (Bowers & Wilkins)) By catherinek on Aug 13, 2014
70 MKII (Mission) By willirevox on Aug 13, 2014
LineFlux (Furutech) By AudioArchon on Aug 13, 2014
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VERITAS Monoblocks (Merrill Audio) By ua100k on Mar 07, 2014
See what the reviewers have said. "PERFORMING AUDIO MIRACLES" - Parttime Audiophile "ENCHANTING AND MAJESTIC" - Positive Feedback "TRANSPARENT AMPLIFIER" - Tone Audio Magazine "HIGHLY RECOMMENDED" - Dagogo "REALLY SPECIAL" - The Absolute Sound RMAF 2013 Best of Show - Stereo Mojo 400 Watts into 4ohms 1200 watts in to 2 ohms THD 0.004% Damping factor > 2000 Balanced input Remote trigger Available in Carbon Black, Platinum and Bordeaux www.MerrillAudio.net
Crossover Series Power Cable (Cullen Cable) By Cullen Cable on Mar 06, 2014
Cullen Crossover Series Power Cable The Crossover Power Cable is Cullen’s flagship. Completely hand-built from the ground up, the Crossover boasts the perfect blend of silver and copper. The result is a tube-like sound, free of any dullness or brightness. You will find yourself playing familiar tracks over and over, marveling at the new sounds previously masked by other power cords. Three wires, consisting of 12awg 99.99% pure silver-plated copper with Teflon dielectric, are braided to virtually eliminate all noise. The wires are then shielded with a 100% coverage tinned copper shield braid. The result is a dead-silent power cable. The shielded wires are swathed in Teflon wrap. Black Techflex sleeving finishes off the aesthetic. Available in 15-amp or 20- amp terminations (20-amp IEC connector is a Hubbell 320HC). Power Cable Features: Military Spec Wire 12awg 99.99% Pure Silver Plated Wires (Line, Neutral, and Ground) Teflon Dielectric which provides an extremely Quick and accurate Power Cable Available with a 15 Amp or 20 Amp IEC 100% Shield Braid Coverage Super Flexible Completely Hand built from the Ground up Made in The USA! Connectors: 18k Platinum plating over 99.99% OFC Solid Red Copper On both IEC and Plug Cryo Treated for 48 Hours at -192 degrees Prices: 3 ft. $175 4 ft. $ 183 5 ft. $191 6 ft. $199 7 ft. $214 8 ft. $229 For Each Additional Foot add $15
RFM-1 (Fidelity Acoustics) By fidelity on Dec 09, 2013
The RFM-1 is a luxury compact speaker that will compare with the best for overall quality with the exception of low frequency extension, still it goes down to 40hz. Using the most advanced Danish made Scanspeak drive units in a simple two way configuration means that it is able to focus music in the most beautiful way. Its crossover has been developed to eliminate the time-domain distortions that are related to interactions between high- and low-pass filters, sometime referred to as crossover jitter. The results are improved dynamic speed on percussive musical instruments A lot of attention has been paid to cabinet solidity, leading to low levels of coloration and resonance. The RFM-1's are sonically explicit and musically expressive, with excellent drama and scale. Acoustic suspension bass loading is used. Compared to sometimes "bloated" bass from bass reflex designs this speaker has a tight and tuneful bass. An immediate reduction of "boxiness" results in a high transparency and very low coloration.
The Hill Hybrid 3T (Van Den Hul) By Arcadia Audio on Apr 09, 2013
The Hill Hybrid, the next step up from The Rock, is a twisted pair balanced interconnect featuring two solid .50mm conductor cores each with 20 thinner strands around it. It includes VDH’s LSC coating and a dense double braided shield.
QA-001 (Space-Tech Lab.) By Space-Tech-Lab on Apr 01, 2013
Hi-End Organic design tube pre-amplifier, non-feecback, no IC or transistor , no circuit board all point-to-point and component-to-component hand-wired , superb sweet smooth and open sound quality with great musicality, super low price of $480 only, easily surpass in sonic performance of those selling several thousands. This pre-amp using the most common 6SL7 as the amplification section gives you the most warm and easy rendition with such a low price. Once you experience this starting model of our products superior performance, you will see our higher models are beyond comparison. This is one of our best selling models of pre-amplifiers. It can easily surpass the sonic performance of competitors US$2,000-$3,000 offerings. This pre-amp can use more than 10 different models of tubes to fine-tune the tonal quality as well as dynamics and richness, with additional tube expansion adapters, even can use 6L6, 6K6, 6G6, 6V6, 6F6, 6Y6,KT66,6550, EL34, 5881, KT88, KT99, KT100...etc Specifications No. of inputs 1 set of RCA inputs (optional: no. of inputs from 2 to 12 max.) No. of outputs 1 set of RCA outputs (optional : dual RCA outputs) Max. input level 2Vrms (optional: 4Vrms with no additional charge) Freq response 2Hz - 100Khz (-3db) S/N > 85 db Gain x3- x6 depend on tube types manufacturing hand-wired point to point Phase 180deg inverted (option: non-inverted) Input impedance 68Kohm (option: from 10Kohm to 1Mohm) Default tube : 6SL7 (alt : 6SN7/6SU7/ECC32/ECC33/ECC35/6188 or equiv) Different type of chassis color and design possible, default chassis type MDF in metallic paint (gold / black / silver / red / blue / green / brown)
QA-10001 (Space-Tech Lab.) By Space-Tech-Lab on Apr 01, 2013
Space-Tech Laboratory - High-End Audio 
Pre-Amps - Advance 10000 series

Model no: QA-10001
$3,880 Direct Order Price

  

line stage balanced input and output tubes pre-amplifier with 100 micro-step volume control

This is one of our best sounding all vacuum tube pre-amplifier with RCA and XLR balanced inputs and outputs with sonic performance that betters those selling for US$15K-20K.  We use only cost-no-object parts and features such as a 274B rectifier, super low output impedance and include our level 1+ 2 upgrades as standard equipment.
We employ the organic way of designing and manufacturing that has zero negative feeback, no circuit board for tube sections, hand-wired component to components and point to point, Space-Tech oil capacitors, high grade ultra heavy-duty transformer and power filter capacitors.  This unit is hand-built with no compromise in component quality, very carefully fine tuned for tonal balance, resolution, sound quality, air and soundstage for a pure effortless delivery.
The end result of our no compromise design and execution is articulation and punch in the bass section, sweetness and liquidity in the midrange, silkiness and openness in the high frequencies.  Our customers report that they want to listen to their system endlessly to any type of music.
Because we could not find an ultra high performance volume pot we built our own 100 micro-step remote controllable volume control non-contact, non-semiconductor super high grade volume pot with proprietary software. The volume pot can select between "DUAL VOLUME" mode or "VOLUME + BALANCE" mode by the toggle switch in front panel, the music signal pass thru no switch contact point and no solid-state devices, extreme pure and transparent sound. We believe this might be the first pre-amp which have this special feature since the earth formed.
Lowest photo set shows solid-oak chassis with additional XLR inputs (additional costs apply).
The 274B tube rectifier in this unit can be upgraded to our super rectifier STR-104 or another higher model.  It is direct plug and play without any mod required.

 

With this super rectifier adaptor, you can use 300B, 2A3 , 45 , 50 , 80, 83, 1616 , 3B28 or 866A as rectifier tubes option.

PROMOTION SPECIAL : free IR remote control

Specifications
No. of inputs 1 set of  XLR balanced  inputs, 2 set of RCA inputs
No. of outputs

2 sets of RCA and one set of XLR balanced pre-amp outputs

(default : one set of RCA output wired as record out )

Input / Output impedance Input = 100Kohm (optional : 10K -- 1Mohm) Output = 200ohm
Freq response 1Hz - 150Khz (-3db)
S/N > 85 db
Gain x5 - x8 depend on tube types
manufacturing hand-wired point to point for tube section, digital display section use circuit board
Phase 180deg inverted (option: non-inverted)
Tubes

6SL7 x 2 (alt: 6SN7/6SU7/ECC32/ECC33/ECC35/6188 or eq)

6L6G x 2 (alt: 6V6/6L6/6K6/6Y6/6F6/6G6/EL34/6CA7/5881/6550/KT66//KT77/KT88/KT99/KT100)

274B (alt: 5R4/5V4/53KU/STR-101/STR-104/STR-1001/STR-1002)

PROMOTION SPECIAL : free IR remote control capability by Universal remote

1 year free parts and labor warranty under normal operation conditions
standard chassis : Gold/ Black/Red-brown/Blue/Green/Silver MDF chassis
(optional chassis : Aluminum, Mirror steel, solid-oak ,black piano)


DM2 MK II (B&W (Bowers & Wilkins)) By Musicware4u on Jan 13, 2013
B&W DM2 MKII 3 way speakers from 1978/79, with B&W stands that come with the speakers (screw into brass threads built into the bottom of the speakers. Manuf in the UK, retailed for $1200 in 1978. These are real teak veneer, cabinets weigh 60LBs each. There is a seperate enclosure for the tweeter, extremely well constructed and braced cabinets. Minimum wattage required is really 50 watts per channel. The DM2 has a high quality cross over network, below are the specs - condition is excellent, $475 firm, local sale only DM2 MKII specificaations: Drive Units High-frequency driver: a 25mm multi-filament weave polyester dome unit,critically damped with PVA compounds Mid-range driver: a 100mm unit housed in a critically vented enclosure 10" Bass Driver: housed in a critically vented enclosure. Frequency Response 50Hz – 18kHz ± 3dB, at centre of listening window Sensitivity 9 volts into 8 ohms = 85dB at 1m Power Handling 25W – 200W Dimensions Height: 710mm Width: 270mm Depth: 330mm
t-775 (NAD Electronics) By armaudio on May 24, 2011
This is top of the classic line of AV recievers, above it is the Masters series. The T-775 sits as a middle child Between the T785 and T765, the main difference between them is power rating along with various additional options. More accurately, one should speak to the similarities in the T line of AV recievers, that being the Modular construction that allows for future upgrades. The T-775 has wieght and power. i have never used it as a sorround sound reciever. I currently use it to bi-amp a pair of Linn Keliedhs in analogy by-pass when playing vinyl and stereo downmix when using DVDS, tv. The sound is natural with little effort from the amp. It never gets hot at high levels over long periods. I bought it also for the zone capabities as i plan on adding outdoor speakers and in wall as background in another room. Very flexable AV amp with great analog sound. The cons: The dreaded digital handshake when using HDMI for the TV/DVD and Digtal cable for other sources. This is a fraction of a second delay of the sound ( not picture) that is caused by ( im told) the digital to analog conversion or "handshake".
Nautilus 804 (B&W (Bowers & Wilkins)) By admin on Jan 29, 2009
Nautilus 804 speakers.
804S (B&W (Bowers & Wilkins)) By waxwings on Nov 10, 2008
The 804S is a more compact version of the 803S. Exactly the same midrange and tweeter configuration is used, but bass is supplied by two smaller diameter Rohacell® cone drivers. These operate into a narrower Matrix™ braced cabinet, making this model ideal for the medium size listening room – elegant and unobtrusive. Many of the features that go to making the 800 Series models so exceptional are hidden away inside the system. Silver coating the magnet pole in the tweeter helps extend its high-end response. The midrange driver utilises a powerful Neodymium-Iron-Boron magnet. It supplies enough strength to energise a long magnetic field that remains constant over the voice coil's full movement, ensuring the incredibly low levels of harmonic distortion necessary to reproduce programme with full clarity to high output levels. Our crossovers use only air-cored inductors, again for lowest distortion, and capacitors developed and optimised in conjunction with one of the world's foremost manufacturers. All contacts are gold plated, to ensure long-term freedom from corrosion.
Basic Link interconnect (Unity Audio) By cableguy on Jun 30, 2008
This cable offers a warm midrange with natural bass and smooth, extended treble. A great cable to mate with most popular electronics such as Rotel, NAD, Denon, Yamaha, Cambridge, and many others. Made in Canada using quality materials: - high purity solid copper center conductor - 100% foil shield and 40% braided shield, connected at both ends - Unity gold plated RCA connectors with a pure copper center conductor - soldered using high content silver solder
Basic Link speaker cables (Unity Audio) By cableguy on Jun 30, 2008
Unity's Basic Link speaker cable is hand crafted in Canada using quality materials such as stranded oxygen free high purity copper conductors , with an aggragate 13 gauge. The twisted pair of conductors use a PE dielectric, and are then covered with an esthetically pleasing mesh sleeve that also prevents abrasion. Connectors supplied are Unity gold BFA banana plugs which fit all modern posts, including those from Europe. These cables are well suited to speakers from Paradigm, PSB, Energy, Athena, Totem, StudioLAB, Angstrom, Mirage, Axiom, Dahlquist, and many others.
Link speaker cable (Unity Audio) By cableguy on Apr 23, 2008
11awg stranded copper design, PE dielectric, PVC outer jacket, braided outer sleeve.
CR2 (LoVetri Acoustics) By LoVetri on Sep 10, 2007
LoVetri Acoustics has been designing and building custom loudspeakers for the music industry and custom applications in Winnipeg since 1991. The CR2’s extraordinary value makes high-end smooth response, imaging, transparency and detail available to all music lovers. Specifications: Nominal Impedance: 8 ohms, 6.5 ohms minimum Woofer: One 7 inch (17.78 cm) Tweeter: One 1.2 inch (3.05 cm) Sensitivity: 88dB @ 1 watt (2.83V at 1 meter) Frequency Response: 45 Hz - 30 kHz Power Handling: 130 Watts (Continuous) Bass Alignment: Ported Bass Reflex Height: 16 inches (40.64 cm) Width: 9.25 inches (23.5 cm) Depth: 12.5 inches (31.75 cm) Weight: (each) 30 lbs (13.6kg) Approx. Shipping Weight: (for complete system) 70 lbs (31.75 Kg)
OXYFUEL (Zu Audio) By pascaltt on Aug 29, 2007
Oxyfuel™ Audio Cable Specifications The Oxyfuel™ really delivers on our hype of high value. It is a pure, ripped down coax design featuring a large diameter, pure copper outer conducting path for center pin, microcellular foamed PE dielectric with a bonded high conductance, low magnitude aluminum shield. If you are looking for an interconnect that really will improve the fidelity of your system and don't need fancy hi-fi salesmanship, slick packaging or foo dust the Oxyfuel is your cable. Termination is 100% solderless. "...This has got to be about the best cable I have used. It does everything that a good cable should do and at a fraction of the cost of some of the other over hyped stuff on the market..." -- John Newsham (Auckland New Zealand)
GEDE (Zu Audio) By pascaltt on Aug 29, 2007
Gede™ Audio Cable Specifications Gede, named after musician Geddy Lee, is a whole lot of cable for the price. Quite similar to our flagship Varial interconnect both in terms of technology and performance it is a very easy cable to get along with, smooth and easy with inherently high resolution and wide bandwidth. It is also flexible. Without all the over-the-top hi-fi babble, let us say the Gede is a state-of-the art interconnect that will really perform, improving your systems resolution while lowering the noise floor and increasing realism in play-back. Gede features our B3 cable geometry, silver alloy conductors, hybrid dielectric materials with Tefl on as the primary insulating compound, fully shielded high RF conductance screen and high tolerance in-house cable manufacturing. Gede also features solderless, cold-forged RCA (phono) connectors, they are hermetically sealed ensuring a lifetime of fidelity. The process and materials yield a bomb-proof connector/cable termination that improves significantly the overall fidelity. · Properly implemented, B3 increases bandwidth and results in "square" and very linear electrical measures. · Relative to the desired characteristics and actual electrical measures, B3 reduces overall cable diameter. · Manufacture of B3 cable required the engineering and fabrication of new cabling machinery as the B3 format could not be made on existing cabling equipment.
C325BEE (NAD Electronics) By pascaltt on Aug 24, 2007
We have only made subtle improvements to the original design over the past 30 years and the C325BEE is no exception. Here, we use the same solid platform as the C320, while adding an MP3-type socket to allow for related device connectivity. This feature along with our Patented PowerDrive and Soft Clipping technologies, combined with our rock solid amplifier section make for a performance which will rival any contender in its class. The end result is a machine that generates magic derived from MP3 compressed files. C325 BEE Stereo Integrated Amplifier Features * 2 x 50W Minimum Continuous Power into 4 / 8 ohms * 110W, 160W, 210W, IHF Dynamic power into 8, 4 and 2 ohms, respectively * PowerDrive˙ amplifier technology * Headphones socket * High Current Holmgren˙ Toroidal Power Transformer * Relay Input Switching * 7 Line inputs, including MP3-type input and two tape in/outs * All discrete circuitry * Short signal path from input to output * All sockets Gold Plated * Bass and Treble controls with Tone Defeat switch * Main-amp Input & Pre-amp Output * NAD Soft Clipping˙ * IR Input & Output * Full System Remote control including Stand-by/Off * 12V Trigger Output
QA-115 (Space-Tech Lab.) By ALTS1962 on Jul 10, 2007
line stage full balanced pre-amplifier Use 6SL7 as the amplification and 6L6G as the output buffer section, built with 5U4G tube rectifier and enhanced power supply which give you the best price performance fully balanced pre-amplifier. All hand-wired to the highest possible standard. With the convertible capability of over 600 different tube combinations, you can easily fine-tune the tonal quality of this pre-amp adapted to rest parts of your existing systems. This pre-amplifier has a special feature of "Normal / fast" switch, it can give you a very high adaptability to different types of music, "Fast" position is good for Rock, Pop and Jazz, "Normal" position is good for Blues, Vocal and classical music. Even though this switch can change the pace of the music reproduction, but it can't be detected by any existing measuring instrument, the electrical specifications will not be altered, the changes can only detect by human ear. Detail information please visit "http://www.thebestamp.com/SP-QA-115.html"
Component Cable (Canuck Cables) By Vinyl Guy on Jun 11, 2007
Kudos to Mike once again. I have directed several friends to his webpage to pick up cables, this time Component cables. My friends are pleased beyond belief and are more than happy with the price. Delivery is timely and the cables are well made. The best part is they put more expensive cables to shame. Basically you have to spend above $250 to get anything near as good from "Big Name" cable companies. Pros Great price Custom made Solid performance Cons ???
Ara (Rega) By stickers11 on Sep 28, 2006
I just bought these from Scott at Arcadia Audio. These are a discontinued model from Rega. I was a little hesitant on buying speakers unseen and unheard. I have no regrets! While they are still breaking in, they are starting to warm up nicely. These are very revealing for the price. These are being used at my workstation, powered by a Hafler pre and power amp. While certainly not bass heavy monsters, they have a wonderful midrange. I'm almost sitting too close, cause I'm sure they can soundstage nicely as well. Great deal for a real wood veneer, British made speaker. Matt
Cary SLI-80 Signature (Cary Audio Design) By WillFi on Sep 23, 2006
Integrated amplifier 80 watts per channel in Class A/B ultra-linear mode, push pull amplifier design, 40 Watts per channel in Class A Triode mode, stereo integrated amplifier, 3 stereo input pairs, sub woofer preamp output, black steel chassis, 6550 output tubes. Standard with remote volume control, has 4 or 8 ohm speaker impedance switches, headphone jack, triode or ultra-linear mode switches and oil filled capacitors. Black anodized aluminum front panel. Additional features include Soft shoe feet, remote volume control with mute, 4/8 ohm speaker impedance switch, Triode/Ultra-Linear mode selector switches, manual bias, and a headphone jack with 1/4” phone plug connector.
801D (B&W (Bowers & Wilkins)) By Allenboy on Jul 28, 2006
Pheonomenal sound quality. I heard this pair of speakers at a Audiphile show and they used Classe amplifiers with these wonderful speakers. The sound is smooth and accurate. Sweet and majestic (the woofer is twice the size of a normal person's head). Even though this is a rich man's speaker, I would highly recommend it. You have to hear it to believe it.
CD132-SE (Micromega) By Allenboy on Jul 28, 2006
Micromega had in heart to develop a CD player whose performances would be able to make fade its competitors and with an unrivalled quality-price ratio. For that purpose, the development team mobilized itself around several axes, someones fruits of long hours of comparative listenings, others more conventional, the evidence of which having been made before. For the Micromega team the challenge is reached: producing a CD player at a reasonable price, featured with outstanding qualities and innovations and having for only goal the most faithful and transparent musical reproduction. CD132-SE reveals itself at the first notes and its irresistible charm makes its work slowly. The discs follow one another and cause this irrepressible desire of listening again all its discotheque as the impression of rediscovering each disc and even each piece is so great. CD132-SE is powered for the analog section with the new MICROMEGA ACTS power supply. TECHNICAL CHARACTERISTICS Drive mechanism....................KSM213QS Servo chip................................SAA7377 Servo technology..........................Digital SRC...........................................CS8421 Sampling frequency....................44,1kHz SRC frequency...........................132 kHz Resolution ..................................16 bits SRC resolution.............................24 bits D/A converter..............................AD1853 Digital filter.................Inside the AD1853 Oversampling ratio.............................8X D/A conversion........................Multibit SD Bandwidth (±0,5dB).................DC-20kHz Linearity @-100dB........................<0,5dB S/N + THD ratio..................>100dB-1kHz Crosstalk..........................<-100dB-1kHz Output impedance........................<600W Output level..................................2Vrms Power consumption..........................11W Dimensions.....................430x250x70mm Weight..........................................6.0kg
JD-100A (Jolida) By CornerCutter on Jul 28, 2006
Model JD 100A: Compact Disc Player Construction Details and Features: Gain stage utilizing two 12AX7A vacuum tubes. Unit does not utilize op-amps. Two transformers. 24/96 Burr Brown DAC. Phillips CDM 12 Transport System. Programmable for up to twenty-four tracks. Full - function random access metal remote control with search function. Track repeat and index of track search function. Variable Headphone output.
W-3050 (Simaudio) By daniel-a on Jul 25, 2006
This is a small amp from Simaudio, designed by Simaudio founder Victor Sima. Rated at only 50 watts/8 ohms, it almost doubles wattage every time impedance is half until 1 ohm. The power supply can deliver 540w/channel.
Monster Link biwire speaker cables (Unity Audio) By cableguy on Jul 24, 2006
Unity Audio's Monster Link biwire speaker cable is hand crafted in Canada using quality materials such as oxygen free high conductivity stranded copper conductors with an aggregate 9 gauge at the amp end, and 12 gauge at the speaker end. The twisted quad conductors can carry signal up to 100 feet without degrading, and are further insulated with nylon, and then covered with a PVC jacket, topped off with an esthetically pleasing silver and black mesh sleeve that also prevents abraision. Connectors supplied are gold BFA banana plugs on the amp end which fit all modern posts, including those from Europe. These cables are well suited to speakers from Paradigm, PSB, Energy, Athena, Totem, StudioLAB, Angstrom, Mirage, Axiom, Dahlquist, and many others. Great for higher current demands/floor standing speakers.
Q-10 Signature (DH Labs Silver Sonic Cables) By Arcadia Audio on Jul 16, 2006
DH Labs is proud to offer the Silver Sonic Q-10 Speaker Cable. The Q-10 represents the evolution of DH Labs advanced technical designs and is based upon the same progressive engineering used to develop the popular T-14. This cable features a four conductor, multiple gauge array and is manufactured using advanced winding geometries. This acts to enhance performance and cable transparency by tightly controlling magnetic fields within the cable. The conductors are DH Labs' proprietary treated silver coated OFC copper. These conductors have an ultra-smooth surface, to provide the highest possible sound quality. The dielectric is pure (PTFE) Teflon in a very precise, pressurized extrusion process. The electrical and physical properties of PTFE make it an ideal dielectric material for speaker cables. The combination of two 12 gauge and two 14 gauge conductors equates to a 10 gauge cable with an abundance of application flexibility. The cable can be run straight, as an internal bi-wire, or a standard (external) bi-wire. Each of these applications allows the listener to experience the impressive imaging and completely neutral tonal balance, which are a hallmark of the DH Labs cables. The extended bass response one would expect from a 10 gauge cable is surrounded by exemplary background detailing, and a richer, fuller harmonic structure. Q-10 is manufactured in the U.S.A. to standards that exceed military specifications. Every spool is carefully tested before leaving the factory. We invite you to audition the Q-10 speaker cable today, and hear what many audiophiles consider to be the ultimate speaker cable.
MaxCon sq. (Gutwire) By Arcadia Audio on Jul 16, 2006
Specifications: The chassis is milled from aircraft-grade aluminum using CNC machinery for precise cutting. Equipped with two Hubbell HBL8300R 15A Hospital-Grade Straight Blade Duplex Receptacles. Equipped with the finest and world only 15A gold-plated IEC inlet made by Furutech. All the internal wires are GutWire 16AWG cables. High Purity Oxygen Free Copper wires, providing the best and maximum transmission of electric currents. Each internal wire is also individual shielded for maximum RFI and EMI rejection. Direct cable path design. The cable path is connecting directly from Furutech IEC inlet to Hubbell Duplex Receptacles. Our filter is running parallel to the AC line. All the termination is done without soldering. Our first time to employ “GutWire Electron Rectification Processing Improved (GERPi)” to compensate the instability of the AC current. GERPi is a passive filtering process with no sonic coloration or frequencies alternation. Our filtering does not feature any coils and transformers. As coils and transformers will induce transient delay and current limiting. Special Damping Material filled inside the chassis to reduce resonance and unwanted vibration. Dimensions: 3 x 3 x 12 inches (7.62 x 7.62 x 30.48 cm) Weight: 2 kg /4.4 lb
Stingray sq. (Gutwire) By Arcadia Audio on Jul 16, 2006
Specifications: Hubbell 4-Plex 15A Hospital-grade outlet. Hubbell 15A Hospital-grade 8215 AC plug. GutWire Twin 16 AWG AC cable
QED Silver Anniversary XT (QED) By Arcadia Audio on Jul 15, 2006
Silver Anniversary-XT has been specifically designed as the natural replacement for the multi-award winning Silver Anniversary speaker cable. Designed with performance in mind, the Silver Anniversary-XT speaker cable boasts all of the characteristics associated with Silver Anniversary but with the added enhancement of the Aircore technology found in the prestigious X-Tube series. TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS • Unique SPOFC triple braid 5 x 16 x 0.1mm • Compressible Teflon Aircore for ease of termination • Low resistance, low capacitance and low inductance • Easy strip Polyethylene outer jacket • 2 x 1.88mm2 conductor cross sectional area What HIFI? 2005 Cable of the Year
Wharfedale Diamond 9.5 Speakers (Wharfedale) By Hula Pie on Jul 15, 2006
Front floor standing 2 way speakers, designed in Britain by Wharfedale, a brand known for designing and selling quality affordable audio products. Specification Bass Bass - 6.5" 165mm Bass Midrange Midrange - 6.5" 165mm B/M Tweeter Tweeter - 25mm tex Power Power - 30-150W Nominal Impedance Nominal Impedance - 6ohm Sensitivity Sensitivity - 88dB Frequency Frequency - 30-24k @ -6dB Crossover Crossover - 140Hz, 2.2kHz Frequency Fb - 35Hz Dimensions Dimensions - 223x900x301(height on spike & plinth 950)
Goldring 1042 MM cartridge (Goldring) By Arcadia Audio on Jul 14, 2006
The 1042 is a cartridge for the audiophile who demands the ultimate sonic performance from their system, together with the convenience of a user replacable stylus. The extended groove contact of its Gyger-S diamond gives the 1042 unsurpassed resolution of the fine groove modulations, producing an exceptionally detailed, smooth and musical sound. 1042 Cartridge Specifications: Frequency Response 20Hz-20kHz±3dB Channel Balance 2dB @ 1kHz Channel Separation 25dB @ 1kHz Sensitivity 6.5mV±1.5dB, 1kHz @ 5 cm/sec Static Compliance 24mm/N lat., 16mm/N vert Equivalent tip mass 0.45 mg Vertical Tracking Angle 24° Stylus Radius 1006 Elliptical, 1012GX Gyger II, 1022GX Gyger I, 1042 Gyger S Stylus Type Replaceable Load Resistance 47,000 Ohm Load Capacitance 150-200pF Internal Inductance 570 mH Internal Resistance 660 Ohm Cartridge Weight 6.3g Fixing Centre 0.5” (12.7mm) Playing Weight 1.5-2.0g (1.7g nom.)
Goldring GR2 turntable (Goldring) By Arcadia Audio on Jul 14, 2006
The GR2 delivers a substantial sonic improvement over the GR1.2. First and foremost, the tonearm comes fitted with the ultra high quality Goldring 1012GX moving magnet cartridge which features the acclaimed ‘Gyger II’ profile stylus. This is a fine line type which produces exceptionally detailed and smooth treble, coupled with extremely low distortion. The GR2 also boasts a large (18mm) main bearing, which aids sound quality by reducing rumble, whilst the low resonance Kronospan platter contains a heavy metal insert which encircles the platter close to the outer rim. This increases both the platter’s mass and fly-wheel effect, which in turn, improves speed accuracy and gives a more dynamic sound. GR2 Turntable Features: Goldring tone arm with gold plated phono plugs Cartridge: Ultra high performance moving magnet type (Goldring 1012GX) Belt-drive, two speed 18mm Main bearing Motor: 12-pole synchronous type Platter: Low resonance, high density particle board with metal ‘fly-wheel’ insert Finish: Grey/black with clear hinged cover
Vandersteen 2M series subwoofers (Vandersteen) By Arcadia Audio on Jul 14, 2006
To accurately reproduce sound , an audio system must cover the entire audible frequency range. It must reach the highest harmonics and the lowest fundamentals. It must conveythe delicacy of a brushed triangle as well as the authorityof timpani drums. Size, price and design considerations often compromise the deep bass response of full-range loudspeakers. They lack the bass extension and intensity to correctly duplicate the low frequencies that form the critical foundation of sound. They sacrifice deep bass detail in exchange for mid-bass or midrange performance. Vandersteen Model 2W series subwoofers augment the deep bass response of your present speakers. They provide the power, dynamics and low frequency detail required for superlative reproduction of music and film. They assume the responsibility for deep bass reproduction, improving the midbass and midrange response of your system. The 2W subwoofer series benefits from our years of experience designing and building loudspeakers of unparalleled value and performance. It couples advanced materials, construction and design with innovative technology in a system that is always true to the emotion and content of the original sonic source. The 2W series is completely upgradable. As future improvements in technology and/or materials enhance the subwoofers capabilities, cost-effective updates will be available to upgrade existing units to the latest components, performance and specifications.
Goldring GR1.2 (Goldring) By Arcadia Audio on Jul 13, 2006
Simply outstanding performance at this price point. The slim, elegantly designed GR1.2, is a manual, full size, two speed, belt-drive model. The Goldring tonearm features a close tolerance, double ball-race bearing assembly and a super rigid, one piece, cast alumnium arm tube. It comes ready fitted and aligned with a high quality Goldring Elektra moving magnet phono cartridge. GR1.2 TurntableFeatures Goldring tone arm Cartridge: High performance moving magnet type (Goldring Elektra) Belt-drive, two speed 12mm Main bearing Motor: 12-pole synchronous type Platter: Low resonance, high density particle board Finish: Grey/black with clear hinged cover
Air Matrix Interconnect (DH Labs Silver Sonic Cables) By Arcadia Audio on Jul 13, 2006
The debut of the Air Matrix represents a new era in interconnect design, utilizing DH Labs' proprietary new Air Matrix dielectric material. The use of this material, which is actually 60% air, takes the final step toward no dielectric at all. As a result, soundstage detail and depth are energized, delivering razor sharp focus, and making listening a near visual experience. This dynamic level of performance further enhances the cable neutrality that has become the Silver Sonic trademark. Fully shielded and low in capacitance, Air Matrix is ideal when long cable runs are required. Each cable is carefully terminated in custom machined rca plugs, or with DH Labs' high performance ofc/gold XLR connectors. The Air Matrix represents the culmination of everything we have accomplished in cable design, while maintaining our goal of affordability in the often high priced world of audiophile cables.
G Clef sq. (Gutwire) By Arcadia Audio on Jul 11, 2006
Triple shielding in G Clef is used to reject 98% of the EMI and RFI. In order to fully damper the unwanted resonance, proprietary damping material is used to provide a resonance-free environment for the cable and the connector. For connectivity, Wattgate 15A IEC and Hubbell hospital-grade AC plug are used to provide a tight and solid connection between the AC receptacle, the cable and the equipment. Specifications: Cable Diameter: .975" Conductors: Multi-Strand High Purity Oxygen Free Copper Insulation: Low dielectric Polyethylene Discrete Conductors: 248 Shield Coverage: 98% Copper braided shielding Shielding Type: Triple with individual shielding Conductor Current Carrying Capacity: 42A IEC Connector: Wattgate 15A or Hubbell 20A AC Connector: Hubbell Hospital Grade 8215(15A) or 8315(20A) Option: Wattgate 330i AC plug
ASW Genius 400 (ASW Loudspeakers) By Arcadia Audio on Jul 11, 2006
Floorstanding speaker Intelligent construction, clean lines, and simplicity. When design supports function, the result is beautiful, both audibly, and visually. This less is more. Philosophy, consistent to the ideas of the artists and designers of the "Bauhaus", godfathers of modern furniture design, was the reference standard in the development of our Genius loudspeakerline. Not only audiophile quality loudspeakers, but also an integral part of the furniture landscape. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- technical data: Network: 18 dB impedance linearizes Woofer: 1 x 250 mm Mid-range: 2 x 130 mm carbonfiber-cone Tweeter: 25 mm high quality fabric-dome tweeter Cabinet finish: Realwood, or eggshell painted struted and interlocked cabinet Size: hight: 1165 mm / width: 170 mm / depth: 430 mm Continous power RMS: 200 Watt Maximum power hdlg: 250 Watt Frequency range: 28 - 30000 Hz Sensitivity (2,83 V/m): 93 dB Suitable for ampl.: 4 - 8 Ohm Impedance: 4 Ohms Packing: 1 piece Weight: 37 Kg Accessoires: Speaker base with rubber damper included Magnetic shielded
ASW Genius 300 (ASW Loudspeakers) By Arcadia Audio on Jul 11, 2006
Floorstanding speaker The design and conception of the Genius speaker line are to meet the demands of the new multimedia world. Stereo, surround, CD, DVD, SACD, or the formats of the future, the Genius line lives for data. The more accurate the source, The more they come to life. This audiophile tuning applies to both the Hi-Fi enthusiast, and the full blown Home Cinema aficionado. Fanatical attention to spatial imaging and tonal balance make this flexibility possible. Now the listener can have the best of both worlds, not just one or the other. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Technical data: Network: 18 dB impedance linearizes Woofer: 2 x 130 mm carbonfiber-cone Tweeter: 25 mm High quality fabric dome tweeter Cabinet finish: Realwood, or eggshell painted struted and interlocked cabinet Size: hight: 1105 mm / width: 145 mm / depth: 350 mm Continous power RMS: 140 Watt Maximum power hdlg: 200 Watt Frequency range: 35 - 30000 Hz Sensitivity (2,83 V/m): 92 dB Suitable for ampl.: 4 - 8 Ohm Impedance: 4 Ohms Packing: 1 piece Weight: 22 Kg Magnetic shielded
Silver Anniversary Bi-wire (QED) By Arcadia Audio on Jul 11, 2006
Spearheading the QED Original range, Silver Anniversary provides high-end performance at a real world price. Developed from our very first ground-breaking cable, Silver Anniversary celebrates QED’s 25 years of achievement in audio design and innovation. The quad bunches of silver plated oxygen free copper are formed into a Spiral lay and are clearly visible through the shimmer pearl white low density polyethylene jacket. This defined conductor geometry allows the use of thinner insulation which reduces cable losses and delivers superior performance.
T14 Speaker Cable (DH Labs Silver Sonic Cables) By Arcadia Audio on Jul 11, 2006
Silver Sonic T-14 High Resolution speaker cable was designed by D.H. LABS to provide the highest quality sound at a much lower price than competing cables. It uses the finest materials available, including silver, oxygen-free copper and a pure Teflon dielectric. The cable is completely manufactured in the U.S.A. The process begins with strands of high purity OFC copper, which are individually coated with a thick layer of silver. The strands are then tightly wound and extruded with our Teflon insulation. Silver Sonic T-14 uses DuPont PTFE, which is the highest grade of Teflon (and the most expensive). The cable has a very low capacitance of 21.5 pico-farads per foot. The inductance is also very low, which allows consistent performance with a wide variety of speakers. In fact, a ten foot length of T-14 cable has less inductance than the output stages of many amplifiers! Vibration damping spacers and a tensioned wrap under the jacket hold the conductors tightly in place, and the cable is completely free from resonances and microphonic effects that cause a loss of resolution. From the deepest bass to the highest treble, T-14 provides the most transparent sound possible, with precise imaging and a large, deep sound stage. Our quality is second to none. We test every spool of Silver Sonic cable , and our Teflon insulators exceed mil-spec. T-14 is available in bulk lengths, or factory terminated with your choice of connectors
BL1 Interconnects (DH Labs Silver Sonic Cables) By Arcadia Audio on Jul 11, 2006
SILVER SONIC BL-1 Series II Interconnect is a high performance audio interconnect cable that combines the highest sound quality and reliability available at its price point. In the tradition of our highly acclaimed SILVER SONIC T-14 High Resolution Speaker Cable, SILVER SONIC BL-1 is made in USA and uses the finest materials available, including high purity silver, Teflon and oxygen-free copper. SILVER SONIC BL-1 is a balanced cable designed for use with both RCA and XLR connectors. It is 100% shielded, and can operate in close proximity to digital equipment without noise pick up. The conductors consist of slow drawn oxygen free copper, which are coated with pure silver, the silver coating thickness being chosen to provide optimum synergy with the OFC base metal. The conductors are insulated with a special Teflon copolymer dielectric. Silver Sonic BL-1 uses large 20 gauge conductors for low signal loss. Every spool is tested, and our Teflon insulators are made to the highest standards in the industry.
The Model 2Ce Signature (Vandersteen) By Arcadia Audio on Jul 11, 2006
TRUE TO SCIENCE AND MUSIC Since 1977, Vandersteen Audio has designed and built innovative loudspeakers using advanced concepts such as minimum-area baffles for driver mountings that virtually eliminate cabinet edge and grille diffraction anomalies and mass alignment of driver elements to insure proper time arrival. Vandersteen Audio was the first loudspeaker manufacturer to use the Gen-Rad 2512 FFT (Fast Fourier Transform) Computer Analyzer originally developed for the aerospace industry, for in-house research and development and remains a leader in interfacing complex computerized analysis of loudspeaker parameters and performance with practical design and engineering. The Model Two benefits from our years of experience designing and building loudspeakers of unparalleled value and performance. It couples proven technology with advanced materials, construction and design for a speaker system that is always true to both science and music. THE ACTIVE COMPONENTS The components used in the Model Two combine classic strength and durability with innovative design and construction. The alloy dome tweeter is a dual-chamber design to improve range and linearity. It is critically damped to extend the high frequencies past audibility without the excessive ringing associated with open or underdamped metal dome tweeters. The alloy used for the dome was chosen for its superior strength and resistance to break-up. The midrange and woofer use costly cast-metal baskets rather than the more common stamped baskets. The cast-metal baskets' inherent rigidity and superior vibration control increase cone movement accuracy and reduce sympathetic resonances for cleaner and more natural sound. Both drivers use filled polycones to insure high stiffness, superior internal dampening and greater neutrality than metal alloy, woven plastic or treated paper cones. The stiff, low weight polycones resist flexing under all drive conditions for lower distortion and increased detail. The midrange driver features special construction and advanced acoustical techniques to significantly reduce internal diffraction. The active acoustic coupler accurately complements the woofer to reduce box loss, thermodynamic loss and active/passive transfer nonlinearities. This novel Electro-Mechanically Optimized Woofer System provides powerful, detailed and extended bass response as the Model Two operates much more closely to the ideal than any conventional ported or passive designs. THE CROSSOVER The crossover in the Model Two is comprised of transient-perfect, first-order networks designed to preserve the phase integrity of the music. Phase and impedance compensation allow the drivers to operate in absolute phase with each other for more precise and stable imaging than in conventional multi-way speakers using out-of-phase drivers. The crossover's computer-grade components, including low impedance air-core inductors and high-quality film capacitors in the signal path, are hand soldered on a double-sided, plated-through PC board for enhanced consistency and reliability. Each completed crossover is tested to insure less than 0.1dB deviation from a reference circuit. Like all Vandersteen Signature Products, each crossover is hand tweaked with the speaker in an anacoic chamber into matched pairs. Custom 6N wire with polypropylene dielectric is used for internal wiring to maximize signal transfer. The crossover is engineered for bi-wiring with a stereo amplifier or passive vertical bi-amplification with two identical stereo amplifiers. Inputs are barrier strips for optimum gas tight interface (spade lug maximum width 7/16 inch # 10 screw). THE CONSTRUCTION The baffles holding the drivers on the Model Two are as small as possible to eliminate virtually all of the early reflections that affect dynamic speakers with conventional baffles. The edges of the baffles are curved to reduce diffraction. These low-diffraction, minimum baffles improve the imaging and enhance the openness and transparency of the speaker as baffle induced interference is reduced. With conventional speaker enclosures, the transmission of resonances from the drivers causes secondary vibrations in the enclosure that negatively affect the quality of reproduction. These enclosure vibrations compromise the frequency response, imaging and resolution of the speaker. The Model Two's enclosure is constructed entirely of MDF, a pressure-formed material that effectively resists vibration and controls cabinet resonances. An accelerometer interfaced with an FFT computer was used to determine the size, shape and thickness of each enclosure part and the placement of the extensive internal bracing. Broad-spectrum, low-Q resonances are controlled so as to cancel rather than become additive. Enclosure vibrations and resonances are prevented from interfering with the music. To be compatible with your decor, hand-matched, natural oiled wood veneers are used exclusively. An acoustically transparent grille structure envelops the internal components of the Model Two. THE ALIGNED DYNAMIC DESIGN The Model Two uses the proven Vandersteen Aligned Dynamic Design to optimize the dispersion and transient accuracy of the drivers while maintaining the input signal's time and phase integrity. The drivers, their positioning and their associated minimum-area baffles were developed with the aid of FFT computer analysis to minimize diffraction, cone break-up, multi-driver interference and out-of-band phase irregularities. The construction, alignment and positioning of the drivers allow a point-source wave front and maximize the phase coherence of the loudspeaker at the listening position. The Aligned Dynamic Design is used for the Model Two due to its many potential advantages: Precise, more dimensional imaging and a wider listening area. A greater flexibility of placement options within the listening room and better transient response. A high level of genuine transparency and detail typical of planar speakers without the distortions and response variations of multi-directional dynamic loudspeakers. A stable impedance, assuring complete compatibility with any amplifier or receiver. Increased efficiency and improved dynamic range. QUALITY CONTROL Each Vandersteen Audio Model Two undergoes rigorous testing and retesting during each phase of construction. Each driver and crossover is tested for proper operation and computer matched to within 0.1dB. After final assembly, each pair is high-power sweep tested for structural integrity and FFT computer analyzed for correct response and performance compared to a model reference. This intense commitment to product quality and reliability is unsurpassed in the audio industry. DIMENSIONAL PURITY Music is pure in its dimensions. Vandersteen loudspeakers are true to the original dimensions of the music. They preserve its carefully crafted proportions and weight. They accurately convey the composition, shading and timing that build an involving experience. They reveal the power, the authority, the subtlety and the intimacy of the music. This dimensional purity is the essence of the Model Twos. It allows them to recreate the music's original scope and passion. You hear deeper into the music and better understand the feelings forming its foundation. You become more involved in the music as its complex inner structure is revealed with increased clarity and realism. At Vandersteen Audio, we believe that these qualities are fundamental to your enjoyment of your music. We are pleased to have embodied these qualities in a speaker whose simple, but elegant, physical presence complements the decor of your listening room. We are devoted to continue building distinguished loudspeakers that make a statement about the importance of music in your life. DRIVERS ACTIVE ACOUSTIC COUPLER: 10" critically damped long-fiber cone Heavy-duty 1 1/2" four-layer voice coil with ventilated aluminum former 40 oz focused-gap magnet structure Range of operation: 26Hz - 35Hz WOOFER: 8" die-cast basket and curvilinear polycone 1 1/2" two-layer voice coil with ventilated aluminum former 40 oz. focused-gap magnet structure Range of operation: 35Hz - 600Hz MIDRANGE: 4 1/2" die-cast basket with linear surround and curvilinear polycone Ferrofluid voice coil cooling Range of operation: 600Hz - 5kHz TWEETER: 1" critically damped metal alloy dome (Mode 3A) Dual-chamber design Ferrofluid voice coil cooling Range of operation: 5kHz - 30kHz SPECIFICATIONS Even with advanced test equipment and complex computer analysis, loudspeaker design remains an incomplete science. No measurements currently available can fully convey the sound of a speaker or provide a meaningful comparison between differing designs. The truth is in the listening. IMPEDANCE: 7 ohms nominal 4 ohms minimum. SENSITIVITY: 86dB with 2.83 volts of pink noise input at 1 meter on axis. RECOMMENDED AMPLIFICATION: 40 to 160 watts per channel into 8 ohms. FREQUENCY RESPONSE: 29Hz to 29kHz 3dB 32Hz to 21kHz 1.5dB By FFT step function. DISPERSION: 29Hz to 16kHz 3dB 30 degrees off axis. CROSSOVER FREQUENCIES: 600Hz and 5kHz. First-order, 6dB per octave Dual inputs allow bi-wiring with a single stereo amplifier or passive vertical bi-amplification with two identical stereo amplifiers. INPUT CONNECTIONS: 4 Terminal Barrier Strips (spade lug maximum width 7/16 inch #10 screw). CABINET FINISH: Hand-matched and finished natural oiled wood veneers. VIDEO APPLICATIONS: Main or surround speakers The Model Two is not magnetically shielded and should be positioned at least 10 inches away from a direct view television set. PHYSICAL SPECIFICATIONS: 39.75" high x 16" wide x 10.25" deep 70lbs gross, 60lbs net. WARRANTY: One year, extendable to five years by registering the free optional warranty within 30 days of purchase.
The Model 1C (Vandersteen) By Arcadia Audio on Jul 11, 2006
THE ALIGNED DYNAMIC DESIGN The Model One uses the proven Vandersteen Aligned Dynamic Design to optimize the dispersion and transient accuracy of the drivers while maintaining the input signal's time and phase integrity. The drivers, their positioning and their associated minimum baffles were each developed with the aid of FFT (Fast Fourier Transform) computer analysis to minimize diffraction, cone break-up, multi-driver interference and out-of-band phase irregularities. The construction, alignment and positioning of the drivers allow a point-source wave front and maximize the phase coherence of the loudspeaker at the listening position. The Aligned Dynamic Design is used for the Model One due to its many potential advantages: More precise imaging and a wider listening area. A greater flexibility of placement options within the listening room and better transient response. A high level of genuine transparency and detail typical of planar speakers without the distortions and response variations of multi-directional dynamic loudspeakers. Increased efficiency and improved dynamic range. A stable impedance, assuring complete compatibility with any amplifier or receiver. THE COMPONENTS The active components used in the Model One combine classic strength and durability with innovative design and construction. The woofer uses the same type of cast-metal basket used in costly esoteric loudspeakers. The cast-metal basket's inherent rigidity and superior vibration resistance increase cone movement accuracy and reduce sympathetic resonances for cleaner and more natural sound. A filled polycone is used to insure high stiffness, superior internal dampening and greater neutrality than metal alloy, woven plastic or treated paper cones. The stiff, low weight polycone resists flexing under all drive conditions for lower distortion and increased detail. The Model One's transmission-line port extends bass response while operating much closer to the ideal than any of the more conventional ported or passive designs. The metal alloy dome tweeter is a dual chamber design to improve range and linearity. It is critically damped to extend the high frequencies past audibility without the excessive ringing associated with open or underdamped metal dome tweeters. The specific alloy used for the dome was chosen for its superior strength and resistance to break-up compared to common fabric and plastic domes. The quality materials and advanced features of the Model One's tweeter result in smooth and accurate response throughout the audible range. The crossover of the Model One is a transient-perfect, first-order network designed to preserve the phase integrity of the original sound. It is compensated to allow the drivers to operate in absolute phase with each other while maintaining flat amplitude response. This gives the Model One more precise imaging and a more stable soundstage than conventional two-way speakers using out-of-phase drivers. The crossover's computer grade components, including film capacitors in the signal path, are hand soldered on a double-sided, plated-through PC board for enhanced consistency and reliability. The baffles holding the drivers on the Model One are as small as possible to eliminate virtually all of the early reflections that affect dynamic speakers with conventional flat or low diffraction baffles. Reducing both early reflections and edge diffraction improves imaging and enhances the openness and transparency of the speaker. The enclosure of the Model One is constructed of MDF, a pressure-formed material that effectively resists vibration and controls cabinet resonances. Broad spectrum, low-Q resonances are controlled so as to cancel rather than become additive. To insure consistency, each speaker is FFT analyzed for correct response and performance compared to a model reference prior to leaving the factory. The Model One combines superior components, innovative engineering and quality construction for exemplary performance and unparalleled value. DIMENSIONAL PURITY Music is pure in its dimensions. Vandersteen loudspeakers are true to the original dimensions of the music. They preserve its carefully crafted proportions and weight. They reveal the power, the authority, the subtlety and the intimacy of the music. This dimensional purity is the essence of the Model Ones. It allows them to recreate the music's original scope and passion. You hear deeper into the music and better understand the feelings forming its foundation. You become more involved in the music as its structure is revealed with increased clarity and realism. At Vandersteen Audio, we believe that these qualities are fundamental to your enjoyment of your music. We are pleased to have embodied these qualities in a speaker whose simple, but elegant, physical presence complements the decor of your listening room. We are devoted to continue building distinguished loudspeakers that make a statement about the importance of music in your life. DRIVERS TWEETER: 1" critically damped, dual chamber, metal alloy dome Ferrofluid voice coil cooling WOOFER: 8" die-cast basket with curvilinear polycone 1 1/2" two-layer voice coil with ventilated aluminum former 40 oz. focused-gap magnet structure SPECIFICATIONS Even with advanced test equipment and complex computer analysis, loudspeaker design remains an incomplete science. No measurements currently available can fully convey the sound of a speaker or provide a meaningful comparison between differing designs. The truth is in the listening. IMPEDANCE: 6.8 ohms 2 ohms EFFICIENCY: 90dB with 2.83 volts of pink noise input at 1 meter on axis. RECOMMENDED AMPLIFICATION: 20 to 100 watts per channel FREQUENCY RESPONSE: 38Hz to 22,500Hz +or- 3dB DISPERSION: 38Hz to 15,800Hz 3dB at 30 degrees off axis CROSSOVER FREQUENCY: 2800Hz, 6dB per octave VIDEO APPLICATIONS: Main or surround speakers The Model One is not magnetically shielded and should be positioned at least 10 inches away from a direct view television set. PHYSICAL DIMENSIONS: 36" high, 12" wide, 10" deep 44lbs net, 51lbs gross, each WARRANTY: One year, extendable to five years by registering the free optional warranty within 30 days of purchase.
M-cube 5.1 (Mission) By catherinek on Jul 05, 2006
Understated and tiny in proportion, the new M-cube is a revolutionary 5.1 home theatre system for the discerning listener who desires sound quality and discrete style in equal combination. Just 9cm in size, the satellites can be wall or stand mounted, and due to their use of radical new DML (Distributed Mode Loudspeaker) technology, they can be placed at different distances and angles from the listener – wherever is convenient – without disrupting their spectacular performance. The rich and spacious sounds belies the size of the satellites and makes watching movies and listening to music an irresistible pleasure. A powerful 250 watt amplified subwoofer is included in the package – no lightweight when it comes to delivering power, but as precise and articulate as any with quality stereo music. M-cube is simple to set-up and install and is supplied with all the necessary cables, fully adjustable wall brackets and a selection of alternative 'skins' to customise the look to your taste.
Spendor LS3/5A (Spendor) By Allenboy on Jul 04, 2006
Legenday small bookshelf speakers that have the ability to sound much larger than it seems especially with vocals. Amazing midrange, some people would say emphasized midrange but I found this character make them rather special when all other speakers nowaday strike for pin-point accuracy and transparency. Spendor manufactured these according to BBC specification and there were several other companies that also had the license to produce these. Now I think only Sterlings still make them as all others are out of production. The KEF drivers along with well-designed cross-over, plus the carefully tested cabinet, results were quite spectacular. These gems do require more power from the amplifer but some found they also work quite well with tubes.
Citation Twelve Stereophonic Power Amplifier (Harman Kardon) By Allenboy on Jul 01, 2006
Warm, smooth sound. Does not have the speed and transprency of modern amps but works very well with older speakers. Rated 60W RMS min per channel with less than 0.2% THD at 8Ohms. 2 individual power supplies provide extended response.
Pilastro (Mission) By Allenboy on Jul 01, 2006
Pilastro is one of an elite group of loudspeakers in the world, which can truly be referred to as ‘super-speakers’. Their breathtaking looks and superlative build , barely do justice to their high sensitivity, huge bandwidth and explosive dynamic range. Features include a unique 'ring-dome' tweeter unit, natural hemp mid-range driver and 'balanced force equilibrium' bass drivers, all optimised to create a frequency bandwidth from 20Hz to 56kHz, all within 3dB of mean. Dispersion is optimised through a symmetrical driver arrangement – perfectly time and phase aligned. Cabinet construction is equally impressive. A new material, 'Granitech', has been employed for the first time in a loudspeaker structure - virtually eliminating resonance and producing sensational transient attack and rhythm. The crossover uses silver wiring, hardwired between the very finest audiophile components available, all build into a separate base enclosure.
805S (B&W (Bowers & Wilkins)) By Allenboy on Jul 01, 2006
The 805S is a compact stand-mount 2-way system that gives a surprisingly full sound for its size and will not intrude into the room. Here, woven Kevlar® is the cone material of choice for the role of combined bass and midrange driver. Distortion levels are minimised with our novel 'Balanced Drive'. First introduced in the Signature 805, Balanced Drive involves the addition of copper and aluminium components to the magnet system to reduce variations in voice coil inductance as the coil moves in the magnetic field. It's a distortion-producing mechanism that particularly affects bass/midrange drivers and can impair clarity if not attended to.
Jupiter (Rega) By kodiac on Jul 01, 2006
The Jupiter CD Player is housed in the Rega custom built extruded aluminium case and includes the strong heat sink base assembly to give added stability to the mechanical parts. The Jupiter also has the new top loading lid assembly. It uses the same basic circuit topology as the original Jupiter and Io but with improvements in the DAC (Digital to Analogue Converter), power supply and clocking stages. The Jupiter CD player has additional sonic improvements, to provide a higher level of performance over that of the Planet . Converter is based around two custom built IC40 DAC chips with separate DAC's for the left and right channels. DC servo control has been used in the post DAC amplifier and filter stages thereby keeping the capacitors in the signal path to a minimum. The power supply is made up from 7 separate power supplies feeding the mechanism, PLL, DAC digital and analogue sections, micro controller, display, analogue amplifier and filter. All the stages for the clock PLL and in the signal path are double regulated. There are two physically separate raw supplies for the noisy stages (motor drivers etc.) and for the clean stages (DAC, Clock & DSP etc.). The Jupiter has a generously rated toroidal transformer with separate windings for the two raw power supplies. The signal for the Mechanism is processed by a data regeneration stage, where the Data, Bit Clock & Word Clock are realigned and then fed to the Rega IC40 DACs for conversion. The Jupiter CD player uses a high stability oscillator module for the main clock. The Master clock feeding the CD Mechanism and DSP is derived from a PLL clock stage for added stability. The Jupiter uses a high performance CDM145BL-5BD25 kit with an improved display and a better level of user functionality. Features: * Rega 24 Bit Sigma Delta IC40 DAC * Rega IC40 DAC used in differential mode * Separate DAC for each channel * Rega data regeneration process * Rega custom built extruded aluminium case with a high stability base * Rega VCS case isolation system * Multiple power supplies * Dual regulation power supply * High performance Sony CD Mechanism * Toslink & coaxial digital outputs * CD Text display
Link Interconnect Cable (Unity Audio) By cableguy on Jun 04, 2006
The Link series from Unity Audio offers intermediate performance at a very attractive price. Link interconnect is made from high purity stranded copper in a twisted pair configutaration, terminated with Unity's own gold plated, Teflon isulated RCA plug.
SP100 Integrated Amplifier with Remote (Raysonic) By cableguy on Jun 03, 2006
Features: - Class AB ultra linear operation - 2 pairs of EL34 operate in ultra linear configuration, each tube is individually biased - Minimal negative feedback with precision RC circuitry for more linear performance - Extended frequency range output transformers - Tube protectors prevent burns - Stainless steel chassis Specifications: - output power 40 watts per channel - input sensitivity 350 mV - input impedance 100k - harmonic distortion <1% - frequency response 20Hz - 40kHz - S/N ratio 88dB - 4 line level inputs - tube compliment EL34 X 4, 6SN7 X2, 12AT7 X2 - dimensions (cm) 44W X 33W X 19.5H - weight 19.5kg
Digital Coax (SPDIF) Cable (Canuck Cables) By seftonm on May 30, 2006
Digital coaxial cables are made with Canare L-5CFB precision 75-ohm digital coax. It features an 18-gauge center conductor, a foil shield and braided shield, foam PE dielectric, and is sweep tested to 2 GHz. Choose from either Canare “RCAP” 75-ohm type RCA plugs or Canare “BCP” 75 ohm BNC connectors for cable termination. Both are very well suited for use as digital connectors. Color coded silicone boots are available in the following colors: White, green, blue, purple, black, yellow, red, orange, brown, and gray. The result is a cable with excellent performance at a low price. Please visit our website or e-mail for more information.
Signature One (StudioLAB) By goose on May 26, 2006
StudioLAB's now discontinued Signature line featured: * ¾" MDF Enclosures wrapped in simulated cherry wood * Heavily braced with 1" MDF low diffraction braces * 1st Order crossovers using polypropylene capacitors & air core coils * Slim line design with radiused edges to reduce distortion * 1" Silk dome tweeter with rear resonance chamber for a lower crossover point * 4.5" woofer/midrange driver utilizes a heavy magnet structure for bass control The Signature One is a bookshelf version of the Signature Two floorstander, which was a budget version of the Reference One, shared the same woofer but a different tweeter. Frequency Response: 45Hz - 22,000Hz +/- 3dB Impedance: 8 ohms Crossover Frequency: 2400 Hz Sensitivity: 86dB @ 1 Watt / 1 Meter Power Handling: 80 Watts RMS Dimensions: 5.75" W x 11" H x 9" D
Pre 5 (Audio Refinement) By goose on May 26, 2006
Analogue multi-channel preamplifier, featuring inputs for AUX1, AUX2, TUNER, CD, DVD (5.1), plus a tape loop. There are pre-outs for both 5.1 and stereo, the latter being the same as the fronts for multichannel. The power cord is detachable with an externally accessible fuse. An optional remote is available. Signal to noise ratio : 100 dB Consumption : 6.5 W Input impedance : standard Output impedance : < 20 Ohms Maximum output voltage : 3.8 V Dimensions : 442 x 320 x 105 mm Bandwidth : 5 Hz - 400 kHz +/- 2dB Weight : 5.8 kg Warranty : 12 months See a review at http://www.stereophile.com/musicintheround/504music/index1.html
Reference Protégé (StudioLAB) By radio on May 25, 2006
- 1" MDF enclosure strengthened with multiple braces. - Cabinet's hand laminated with matched mahogany or cherry veneers - Multiple coats of deep satin lacquer finish in a choice of stains - 1st Order crossover using Solen polypropylene capacitors & air core coils - Mass loaded with an exact mixture of kiln dried sand and lead shot - Dense insulation material applied to all interior walls Frequency Response: 39Hz - 39,000Hz ± 3dB Mid-band Response: 200Hz - 15,000Hz ± 1.5dB Impedance: 4 ohms Crossover Frequency: 2.2KHz 1st Order Sensitivity: 88dB 1 Watt / 1 Meter Power Handling: 120 Watts Dimensions: 6.5" W x 9" D x 41" H
Inner Spirit (Unity Audio) By cableguy on May 22, 2006
A bookshelf speaker that is easily driven with as little as 3 watts. Perfect for single ended tube amplifiers. These can also be used with most solid state amplifiers with ease. This crossover-less design gets the midrange right like no other speaker on the market. The imaging is rock solid, the speakers dissapear, leaving the performers in front of you. Your spouse will be wearing a smile, as these are not the usual black boxes that are typically seen. Standard finish is a serene white, optional colours red, green, blue, yellow, etc. are limited only by your imagination. WHAT COLOUR IS YOUR INNER SPIRIT? Specifications: Type: rear ported, single driver, bookshelf or stand mount Cabinet: MDF construction Finish: multiple coats of hand finshed enamel and clear coat Driver: Fostex 4.5 inch full range, shielded Internal wiring: Unity Link series Frequency response: 59Hz - 20kHz Sensitivity: 93 dB Impedance: 8 Ohm Dimensions: 8.25W X 8.25D X 12.75H inches Weight: 19 pounds/pair Warranty: 10 years, limited
Silver Link interconnect (Unity Audio) By cableguy on May 22, 2006
Unity Audio\\\'s Silver Link interconnect. This cable has been designed to mate perfectly with tube electronics. It has a silky smooth extended high end, and nice tight bass, with a natural midrange that will make you want top listen for hours! Hand crafted in Canada using: - solid silver conductors - Teflon insulation - Unity branded gold plated RCA connectors - high content silver solder - attractive silver/carbon outer jacket
Reference One (StudioLAB) By cableguy on May 22, 2006
1\\\" MDF enclosure strengthened with multiple braces. Cabinet\\\'s hand laminated with matched mahogany or cherry veneers Multiple coats of deep satin lacquer finish in a choice of stains 1st Order crossover using Solen polypropylene capacitors & air core coils Mass loaded with an exact mixture of kiln dried sand and lead shot Dense insulation material applied to all interior walls Frequency Response: 50Hz - 20,000Hz ± 3dB Mid-band Response: 200Hz - 10,000Hz ± 1.5dB Impedance: 8 ohms Crossover Frequency: 2.8KHz 1st Order Sensitivity: 85dB 1 Watt / 1 Meter Power Handling: 80 Watts Dimensions: 6.5\\\" W x 9\\\" D x 37\\\" H

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