I just had the good fortune to review a system comprising two cutting-edge Mark Levinson products – the No515 turntable and the No585.5 integrated amp. The No515 was fitted with an Ortofon Cadenza Bronze MC cartridge on its 3D-printed, Gimbaled tonearm. The high torque AC motor drives three belts that provide precise speed control. The deck also has excellent isolation properties and a full set of calibration controls.
Next Level Acoustics introduces its Fusion Reference Soundbar and CI-HV10 Subwoofer for the custom install and DIY markets. They’re just the thing when you want a more integrated front speaker array but don’t want to settle for the canned sound that comes from typical soundbars.
AURALiC seems to go all out in revamping the company’s ARIES wireless streaming product family with the ARIES G2. Introduced last year in May 2017 at High End Munich 2017 event, the ARIES G2 has been available for sale in the US since December 2017. The features and specifications of the ARIES G2 are nothing short of excellent. Read on the review to know more about the performance of the product.
With the recent release of the 700 Series 2 speaker system, Bowers & Wilkins aims to bring studio sound to home. These speakers are not cheap, but everythin...
The GoldenEar Technology Dolby Atmos Speaker System consists of their award winning Triton Reference, Triton One, SuperCenter XXL, and HTR 7000 speakers, and it may be the last system you’ll ever need to purchase!
If you need a new receiver to support Ultra HD and Dolby Atmos, you might want to check out NAD’s new T 758 V3 AV Surround Sound Receiver. For $1300 you get HDMI 2.0 with Ultra HD, Dolby Atmos, and Dirac Live room correction. Couple that with NAD’s devotion to clean, neutral sound with an honest 60 watts-per-channel times seven, and you might have just found a new anchor for your home theater or media room entertainment system.
Before R.L. Burnside busted through the barn doors of my life with an ass pocket of whiskey and a bottleneck slide, I would have told you unequivocally that Muddy Waters was my favorite electric bluesman.
It’s been a rough go for vinyl releases recently. I only have a small handful of trusted reissue labels, and they haven’t done much to interest me of late.