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MAG-LEV Audio | The First Levitating Turntable visually enhances the experience of listening to vinyl records by levitating the platter. By joining our love for music with careful integration of technology and high-range audio components, we’ve created a turntable of the future for th...More info
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Ayre Acoustics says its EX-8 is an “Integrated Hub”. I know. I too wondered what an ‘integrated hub’ might be, having never previously heard of such a component. ....As well as give them an idea of what type of amplification might also build in.
Lumin X1 review by Alan Sircom HiFi+ UK “The difference between ‘domestic’ balanced and ‘pro’ is the use of balancing transformers in the signal path.”
This is another for the brand new tonearms cable: "While many similar tonearm cables from this price point do well to translate both detail, bass grunt and clarity, the Ultra Black II really did take all three areas onto a new level. " Paul Rigby, theaudiophileman.com
“The QB-9 Twenty really surprised me by how great it sounds in my system. I say surprised because I've been listening to reference level DACs for quite a while from the likes of dCS (Rossini), EMM Labs (DV2), and Berkeley Audio Design (RS3), and the QB-9 Twenty absolutely held its own against these guys and delivered a level of performance that it had no right to deliver.”
In my January 2020 Listening column, I wrote about a place where three things overlap: the joys (and benefits) of being a record collector, the natural tendency to grow and challenge ourselves as listeners, and the need to forgive ourselves for the shortcomings of our youth.
HiFi Plus 21st Anniversary award we have just won. Tellurium Q Statement cables
High Performance, High-Value Hana ML and MH Cartridges
The LUMÏN T2 network player is one of the best streamers at its price then and is also easy to use. T2 is stable in operation and very good built. Effectively a scaled-down version of the flagship Lumin X1, you get an awful lot for your money – and as such comes warmly recommended.
Great review of the Ultra Black II comparing it to the old Ultra Black RCA. “Tellurium Q's new Ultra Black II is something special at the price. It has insight, grip and focuses that you usually have to pay a lot more for – allied to an impressive lack of colouration and dramatic dynamics.” David Price, Stereonet Thank you Stereonet