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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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"I had hoped at last to be able to find faults in a Tellurium Q cable, but that was never going to be the case here. This was an excellent all-rounder with excellent speed and precision. Working at all frequencies and all types of music excellently it opened up the music in a way that many other companies can only dream of, that focus on phase relationships doing its thing. This worked so well with different systems and I would heartily recommend having a listen, however expensive your system is. This cable is that good.” Janine Elliot, HiFi Pig,
Rogers already makes standard 15-ohm versions of the LS3/5A, using new versions of the 19mm Mylar dome tweeter and 110mm Bextrene mid-bass cone originally made by KEF.
It’s very appropriate that the Harbeth Compact 7ES-3 XD speakers are distributed in this country by AudioMagic because these are magic-sounding speakers indeed! The midrange is truly miraculous, the level of bass from such a small cabinet/driver combo is magical, and the way the speakers reveal the highest treble sounds without etching it is also clever. But by far the biggest trick these speakers pull off is making you think you’re listening to the real thing. Amazing! ~ Hugh Douglas
The quality of the workmanship is evident from the moment you set eyes on these speakers and that perception is reinforced even further when you touch and handle them. Every surface is flawless, indicating that you indeed got yourself a high quality product.
Many working in the BBC acknowledged that, in reality, the baby LS3/5A was not up to the job; indeed its ‘3’ designation indicates that it is only a Grade Two monitor and should not be used for the final balance of transmitted material.
Now in its 55th year, the Queen’s Awards for Enterprise are the most prestigious business awards in the UK, with winning businesses able to use the esteemed Queen’s Awards emblem for five years.
Tellurium Q is a UK-based audio cable manufacturer in the Southwest of England whose focus is primarily on minimizing phase distortion.
How Rogers Hi-Fi is bringing back some iconic BBC speakers