Channel D & Joseph Audio
The rest of the system in this room included an Artemis SA-1 turntable with an Artemis TA-1 tonearm and a Zu Audio Grade 2 Prime "Tweaked" Denon DL-103Michael Fremer exclaimed while in the room "that's a good cartridge!"a Channel D Seta Model L for vinyl playback (via a Lynx ADC/DAC), and a Hegel H20 200Wpc power amplifier. Hidden away was as 11 terabyte, 5-drive, fault-tolerant NAS array for storage. "This is really the hot setup in computer audio," explained Rob, "after one gets tired of shuffling all the different 'pocket' hard drives around."
I wasn't in the Channel D room at the same time as Mikey Fremer but he later described to me what happened when the standard USB cable was replaced with a premium AudioQuest USB cable. "It sounded better and everyone in the room agreed on how the sound had improved," he told me. Ulp. I hate it when things like that happen!