I’ll have the fish, hold the chips. Something I’ve never said but I couldn’t resist playing with Mola Mola’s fish themed names and the fact that the Tambaqui DAC does not use a DAC chip for D to A conversion.
It used to be the case that if you owned an uncertified Roon Ready device, meaning one that was still going through the certification process but not yet certified, it would still work. You could still use it as a Roon Audio Output device. As […]
The wholly organic shape of the new Vivid Audio KAYA S12 standmount speakers ($6500/pair) is more a product of performance than appearance.
The HIGH END Munich 2021 show dates are set: May 13 to May 16, 2021. And we’re talking about a real, in person show with nothing virtual about it.
Clean power is nothing to sneeze at.
Dirk Bogarde, so-named by his agent, was a dashing leading man who ran from his cheesecake roles as soon as his contract with the Rank Organisation ended in 1960 to explore deeper, darker characters.
The Idles have gone and done it — Ultra Mono is a record for the times, filled with rage, fury, fight, and compassion.
Vincent Brient’s newest creation, the totaldac d1-tube DAC/Streamer, which falls on the lower end of the company’s price list, offers the benefits of being imbued with the totaldac house sound. For anyone who has heard a totaldac or read one of my reviews of same, […]
Named after Antonio Stradivari’s most revered Cremonese violin, the New Exclusive Limited-Edition Il Cremonese Ex3Me ($58,000) is limited to 50 pairs.
KEF takes their much-lauded, dare I say classic, LS50 loudspeaker to new heights with the introduction of the LS50 Collection.
All-Star indeed as the panel doing the discussing includes saxophonists Archie Shepp(!!), Lakecia Benjamin, Shabaka Hutchings, and Melissa Aldana moderated by Ashley Kahn, author of two books on Coltrane, and Greg Tate, the Louis Armstrong Visiting Professor at Columbia University’s Center for Jazz Studies.
Glowing tubes and meters. Who doesn’t like glowing tubes and meters?
Vintage HiFi can be a veritable goldmine of HiFi Bargains. It can also be a minefield of mediocrity.
Buying an amplifier for your speakers shouldn’t be a guessing game in terms of required power. Yet it is. If you’ve ever wondered why, John DeVore has your answer.
The river Eno runs through North Carolina, past H.C McEntire’s home, and right through the heart of Eno Axis.