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“Tellurium Q Blue II offers a fantastic and great value upgrade for those looking for good sounding and well put together loudspeaker and interconnect cables. They have a balanced and pleasing sound to them that allows you to enjoy the music without wanting to dissect it or feel that you are missing anything. They are still in the system if that is any indication.” Stuart Smith, HiFi Pig.com
Harbeth tricks me every time. Every time the courier delivers a pair of Harbeth loudspeakers for review, I prepare to lift the first carton by bending my knees and keeping a straight back, then when I lift, I end up virtually launching the carton towards the ceiling, so light-weight is the speaker inside it.
The first UK review of the CSA70 is out now. AVForums, the UK’s second most visited specialist website on the subject of audio/AV equipment (after What Hi-Fi?) with around 3.3m unique visits per month, has awarded the CSA70 a super-rare score of 10/10 and a Best in Class badge.
It's been a funny old year for most of us, but the hi-fi world hasn't stood still – and there's been a plethora of exciting new products to try and sometimes even buy. In StereoNET's 2021 Awards, we list all the hi-fi, AV and portable designs that we loved in the past twelve months, across an even wider range of categories than last year.
What you get are sized exactly like the Rogers AB3a's quarter-century-old antecedent, but the rear-firing driver count has doubled, each cabinet now hosts a 50W amplifier, and the look is vastly more refined.
The Copland Audio CSA 70 is a stereo integrated amplifier that features a selection of analogue and digital inputs. Although we haven’t tested as many of these in 2021 as we did in 2020, it’s still now the type standard for this sort of device and, based on a calm appraisal of the specification, nothing about it stands out as terribly unusual. For all that though, it’s notable in a few ways.
Throughout my time in audio, I’ve often heard people wax poetic about the so-called ‘British’ sound. I think everyone has their own (often contradictory) description of what this term means.
I've been looking at Bergmann turntables at audio shows ever since the launch of the Sindre 10 years ago. (It's named for Sindri, a dwarf in Norse mythology who created a gold ring for the chief god, Odin, who is associated with wisdom, healing, super-expensive cables, and other mostly positive attributes.
The EX-8 Integrated Hub is a high-end contender at a competitive price." With its substantially updated design, the EX-8 2.0 should be even better. So, is it?