Special Applications projects have a long and illustrious history at Wilson Audio. In 1983, Dave Wilson needed a small location monitor for the series of audiophile-ac- claimed classical music recordings he was doing at the time. Finding nothing suitable on the market, he went into his garage and built the original WATT®. Its truncated pyra- mid shape, constructed from mineral-filled methacrylic, broke the mold of then-current loudspeaker design and has been widely copied since for one reason: it worked extremely well. Mated to its dedicated woofer enclosure, the WATT/Puppy, now called Sasha W/P, continues to be Wilson Audio’s longest running and best-selling loudspeaker.
Recomposed By Max Richter: Vivaldi, The Four Seasons vinyl just arrived at Mono & Stereo. Very interesting album waiting for the tonight listening session. We're be hosting the exclusive giveaway with Universal Music Classics in upcoming days so stay tuned and get a chance to receive your copy for free :).
NEW Roland UA-M10 UA Mobile Interface supports both PCM and ultra high-resolution DSD audio with ASIO support for low latency recording. All new Roland’s proprietary ‘S1LKi DSP audio engine is USB powered and use the same D/A Converter for both 2.8MHz DSD audio and PCM audio.
Supreme-Analog Owner and CEO Mihajlovic Dr. Zoran just sent in exclusive info about all NEW Supreme-Analog Limited edition turntable weights/clamps. There will be only six of each made in different colours.
All clamps will be exclusively packed in the dedicated wooden box, with fine cloth inserts and golden print each costing 70 EUR + post & packaging.
MA Recordings now offers the analog audiophile and vinyl enthusiast the most elegant LP storage solution conceivable. Our long term association with manufacturers in Japan, has empowered us to create the most beautiful Vinyl inner-sleeve ever produced. Made from two extremely soft synthetic fibers with inherent antistatic properties, these sleeves will not trap moisture and consequently, will prevent the growth of mold and mildew on the surfaces of your LPs.
With the launch of Vivid Audio baby GIYA, the G4, Vivid Audio offered a hard wood plinth option for those who felt they would rather elevate the speaker, (by 100mm/4"). Here is a complete GIYA family picture of SIRIO G4 on the plinth, a G4 without a plinth in PEARL and the G3 in OYSTER on the right. Behind, the G2 in Porsche MIDNIGHT BLUE and the flagship G1 also in PEARL.
The Fostac-Maximus’ interior consists of copper-cores, which are wrapped with silicon-dioxide fibre glass tissue and additionally enclosed in a bromine alloyed glass casing. This system is meant to work like an antenna, which feeds the gained electrons into the joined circuit and thus, saves on electricity from the grid. The device produces alternative energy on the highest level, drawing on the constant flow of electrons within nature, which results from the natural tension between ionosphere and the earth. It reduces the use of energy, increases the energy yield (...), harmonises electric smog and heightens the quality of life.
Acoustic Preference's Davorin Žnuderl prototype drawings of the modern take on high efficient speakers with the vintage drivers:
Designing and manufacturing something rather different from my usual stuff, mostly for fun of it. Main part, 40cm wide, 140 degrees wooden midrange horn. Made from solid walnut. Tricky even to engineer and much more tricky to made. Simulations shows it should have almost perfect frequency response down to very low region, will see. Should be match for very high efficiency Vintage woofers I have and want to use, for some low wattage gear and tube amps. Will get some super tweeter on top, also.
Finally managed to unpack the Apertura Audio Armonia speakers arriving from France. Impressive looks, design and high-glossy finish, that belong to the price range far above the Armonia! First listening impressions coming soon, until then here are few pictures to enjoy...