NEWS: You can’t listen to them all, but some stuff just demands attention. Our intrepid audio adventurer makes pitstops at various points of interest during this year’s KLIAV Show.
REVIEW: Odd designs these B.M.C components may be, but they certainly deliver the sound in spades, leaving our hard-nosed reviewer gushing like a bride who has spotted her perfect wedding dress.
REVIEW: The new generation of Arcam amplifier is certainly a far cry from its predecessors, and promises to thrill more than one variety of audiophile listener. Nothing digital here, though…
REVIEW: A song so sweet sings the Rega Aria phono stage that our reviewer is entertained and enthralled right through his vinyl collection, no matter the quality of the black disc.
REVIEW: French to the core, even if put together elsewhere, these Triangle Titus EZ speakers aim to please, and succeed in seducing our reviewer with their smoothness and near-magical qualities.
REVIEW: Looking for a fancy desktop audio accessory that does big-league sound? Newbie Exogal’s Comet DAC, which is also a digital preamp and headamp, should fit the bill…
REVIEW: Time for another vinyl break, so here’s an update on an acclaimed Parasound phono preamp… the news is, it got better. Much better, as our vinylhead discovers.
REVIEW: It may be basic, it may assault your senses with its colour scheme… but this budget LP spinner from Pro-Ject certainly gets the job done sans fuss or fumble.
REVIEW: We think he’s in love with this Naim but can’t be too sure… read on to find out just how smitten our hi-fi hack is with this digital offering from a Brit legend.
REVIEW: You gotta support your gear, you know. And here’s one way to do it, with springs and discs… Solid Tech shows how to keep the bad vibes away from your hi-fi components.
RANTS ‘N RAVES: Seeking refuge from an impending force of nature, our intrepid adventure stumbles into a house of sonic treasures instead.
REVIEW: Don’t let the plain-vanilla aura of this Creek amp fool you… under those clean lines is a creature ready to be outfitted to the max for modern-day applications.
REVIEW: If we sound quiet here, it’s because these things seem to be working well at keeping out noise and interference. Or is it just our imagination? You decide…
REVIEW: A relief for our hard-working reviewer, then, to set his eyes on something that’s not quite in the traditional mould… like these odd boxes from GoldenEar.