The Totem Tribe Tower Speakers make Twiggy look wide.
Netherlands-based Sonnet Digital Audio is a relatively new company, but one with a long history in digital audio design.
The Bel Canto E1X Integrated Amplifier combines a DAC, streamer, and phono stage with a 180Watt Stereo amplifier in a single, sleek, black chassis. All in oneness.
The EgglestonWorks Oso are offered in virtually any color of your choosing. The review pair arrived in a beautiful Barn Red (that’s not really what this color is called but it’s what I’m going to call it).
I’ve been eyeing, earing, and ogling the products from Audio Note UK for decades.
I’m hoping there’s more than a family resemblance to be found between the recently reviewed, and loved, Denafrips ARES II DAC, and the upstream Denafrips Pontus II.
The dongle DACs just keep comin’.
Even a Baby Grand can be grand.
The shipping cartons containing the GoldenEar Triton Reference Tower Speakers are about the same size as the hotel room I used to occupy in Paris.
Digital To Digital Converter? Why convert digital to digital? For robots with hifis?
Catch the perfect wave.
In Norse legend, Ragnarok was the “end of the world.” Spring is in the air. What better time to review an end of the world integrated amplifier from Schiit Audio?
The Edge series of components represents UK-based Cambridge Audio’s top of the line(s) honoring the company’s 50th anniversary.
The Denafrips ARES II DAC uses R-2R DAC technology to convert digital to analog, an approach I’ve found can please the ears with a naturalness that evades many a chip-based DAC.