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In addition to being a headphone amplifier and a DAC that will convert your digital audio files to analogue (via a USB interface) the Black Cube Linear is also a high-end preamplifier.
All other (so-called!) ‘in-wall’ subwoofers use bass drivers designed for other applications (and are thus not properly suited for in-wall use in the first place) the driver in Velodyne’s SC-IW was purpose-designed specifically for its application.
It isn’t often we get to review home theatre receivers offering 200w from each of their channels. But that is what the Sunfire TGR-3 delivers writes Stephen Dawson.
So impressive was the SupratecK Chardonnay that this reviewer couldn’t help himself—I had to have one. But of course, no obsessive/compulsive card-wielding audiophile worth his valves would dive in without pondering the quintessential archetypal question: What of the next model up, the Sauvignon?
Edgar Kramer isn’t easily impressed and is even more rarely at a loss for words so the fact that Boulder’s new 865 affected both these senses should have you reading this exclusive world first review.
‘The Vibe’ has garnered a ‘cult’ following right around the world, so Greg Borrowman was eager to get the first one to arrive in Australia for review.
The Light in the Dark (LITD) power amplifier from Einstein Audio has to be one of the most gorgeous components extant ...  Let’s just say it’s all the chrome gloss black and jutting transformer protrusions. Perched together on superb Finite Elemente racks these components make a statement that’s an industrial designer’s wet dream.
If you need a subwoofer that will be a good match for bookshelf-sized (or smaller) speakers in a small room you owe it to yourself to check out MJ Acoustics’ new Pro50Mk2.
PrimaLuna's Prologue One is a lovely-sounding amplifier that in every way fulfils the promise of its sensational appearance so for reviewer Chris Croft it was a case of love at first sight...
Jungson’s JA-88D looks like a power amplifier but it’s not. It appears that Jungson was caught out by a high consumer demand for integrated amplifiers at a time when it was primarily producing separate pre and power amplifiers. The company judged that the fastest way to get a product to market to satisfy demand was to build preamp circuitry into one of its existing power amplifier chassis.
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