Martin Logan’s latest endeavor for great sound is the Statement 40XW In-Wall loudspeaker system. I’ve just received a pair for review...
The good people at Pro-Ject have sent me a Phono Box S3 B phono preamplifier and an X2 B turntable for review. The “B” at the end of those model names indicates that they are part of Pro-Ject’s new True Balanced Connection line of components.
The EF400 uses HIFIMAN’s new Himalaya R2R DAC, which uses an array of highly accurate resistors for a “ladder” method of conversion. This DAC supports the common PCM signal with a maximum 24-bit resolution.
PSB celebrates its 50th Anniversary with an all-new Synchrony line that includes the T600 Tower Speaker I’ve just received for review. It’s a ground-up design that packs all of Paul Barton’s vast experience into a single product.
For almost four decades, Sonus faber has made loudspeakers, like the new Maxima Amator, that are as much art as they are music makers. For their early designs, bookshelf and stand-mounted speakers made of real hardwood (no MDF) were a hallmark of Sonus faber. The visual appeal of the speakers themselves received as much in terms of accolades as did the sound quality.
Perlisten Audio pulled off a full-frontal assault on the Hi-Fi world last year with their S-series line of loudspeakers and D-series...
Rotel is offering the ideal pairing of its RA-1572MKII Integrated Amplifier and RCD-1572MKII CD Player as a high-fi music system at a...
Italian speaker juggernaut Sonus faber may be best known for their ultra-high-end speaker systems that lead the way in both sound reproduction and industrial design, but they have also been known to introduce innovative audio gear that is aimed at a much broader audience.
As an outsider looking in, the new Paradigm Founder line of loudspeakers seems to take some of the magic of the no-holds-barred Persona Series and melds it with a more straightforward, purposeful aesthetic and design focus, reminiscent of the company’s earlier days.