Tom said: The 432Hz tuning feature wouldn’t be worth much on its own if the 432EVO High-end Music Server didn’t sound good.
The gist: Appears you can “tune” this music server.
Edgar said: For music lovers who are chasing the purity, engagement and pleasure of music without artefact the 160S presents a solid proposition.
The gist: Switchable Ultra-Linear and Triode modes offer two sound signatures to choose from.
Thom said: It provides easy setup, stable performance, and a sweet sound -- a combination hard to beat.
The gist: Another high-value turntable from Audio-Technica.
Prices: $1820 USD per 6’ pair and $960 per 1m pair, XLR; $570 per 1m pair, RCA, respectively
Roger said: For those looking for reference-quality cables that look as good as they sound, I highly recommend the Clarus Aqua Mark II speaker cables and interconnects.
The gist: Fit’n’finish is as good as the sound.
Price: $7999 per pair
Gordon said: [If you] are looking for a high-performance, self-contained music system for under $10,000, these are speakers you have to hear.
The gist: One of the best active/powered floorstanders around.
Brent said: They’re more like good passive audiophile headphones with Bluetooth added as a convenience when you want it.
The gist: Nicely balanced in almost all respects means most will like them.
Brent said: The Edifier TWS6 earphones are something I have only rarely encountered: treble-focused, audiophile-oriented earphones that seem entirely free of nasty peaks and colorations in the treble.
The gist: You may want fuller-sounding earphones than these.
Price: $990 per pair
Diego said: Through the Chora 806, acoustic piano, acoustic or electric guitar, strings, and especially voices, all had a palpable, detailed, reach-out-and-touch-it presence that I found especially rewarding.
The gist: Amazingly good stand-mount for the money.