These award-winning active, wireless speakers are absolutely outstanding value for money!
Are the Harbeth 30.2 Anniversary Monitor loudspeakers better than the older Harbeth Monitor 30.1 design?
A smooth and enchanting sound quality that’s entirely musical and beautifully detailed, while also being truthful in terms of tonal rendition.
Compact, pretty to look at, works with everything, sounds great, and can even drive higher-impedance, lower-sensitivity headphones.
A revised (upgraded) version of the original Triton Two, a design that’s proved to be very popular for a good many years now… and for very good reason!
A very solid, very well-built, high-performance integrated amplifier with an on-board DAC extends the Pioneer tradition...
Invest in a Lundahl moving-coil step-up transformer you will be hearing not the sound of the step-up device, but the sound of your cartridge, with nothing added and… just as importantly, nothing taken away...
Once you have purchased a pair of speakers, you’re stuck with whatever finish you chose when you first bought them... unless you buy a pair of Chameleon B's!
The PSB SubSeries 200 is so good that I think that in bringing it to market this Canadian manufacturer may have inadvertently scored an ‘own goal’
Is it too cheeky to include in these august pages a review of a DAC that costs a mere $350? Indeed, a DAC that comes from what is essentially a computer peripheral company?
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