Posted on January 29th, 2016
“There are precious few more inflammatory subjects in the world of audio than cables. Reviewing the expensive stuff is the quickest way to a fiery death, at least figuratively and the biggest dilemma is that some of the premium cable is brilliant, while some of it is truly snake oil. Even the best cable won’t transform a component into something it’s not, but it will let more of what it’s capable through. What’s an audiophile to do?
However, the handful of real cable manufacturers make great stuff at all price points and AudioQuest is a perfect example of applying what they know at a price everyone can afford. AudioQuest’s Stephen Mejias tells us that their SLiP 14/2 cable uses their Semi-Solid Concentric Packed long grain copper conductors in PVC jackets, and while AQ is known for their solid conductor cable, this provides a high performance, cost effective and flexible alternative to typical stranded cable.
Bottom line, it’s a great speaker cable for those new to the audiophile world, or anyone wanting to wring a little more performance out of that vintage amplifier without breaking the bank.”*
* from Tone Publications.
Posted on January 22nd, 2016
If you over look the spelling error, you will see that Bryston are part of a Grammy nomination for work on Bob Dylan’s Complete Basement tapes. Congrats to all involved!
Posted on January 16th, 2016
Just a little note to let you know some of our more popular items are back in stock. The list includes: ProJect Debut Carbons and Phono BoxS, Bluesound Pulse Flex and Node2s, Shunyata Venom Power Cords (should be this coming Monday in truth) and Ortofon 2M Red cartridges.
Posted on January 12th, 2016
Hot on the heels of the new Anthem A/V receivers comes the latest iteration of the Anthem MCAs (multi-channel amplifiers). Crafted in Canada, these amps have been completely redesigned for improved sonics, reliability and cosmetics. Available in 2, 3, and 5 channel configurations, these 225 watt/channel amps also offer increased damping factor, higher on demand current and new bipolar output devices. Priced from $2499.00.
Posted on January 5th, 2016
Introduced at the CEDIA EXPO 2015, the latest incarnation of the Anthem MRX A/V receivers has arrived. Highlights include: Dolby Atmos, Anthem Room Correction, 32 bit/ 768 kHz differential DACs, BT.2020 Color Gamut and Quad-Core processing. Priced from $1699.00.
Posted on January 4th, 2016
We want to wish everyone all the best for the coming year. We would also like to thank all of our customers for their patronage in 2015.