Dan D'Agostino Momentum Preamplifier

Stephen Mejias has already reported on the sound in the room shared by Wilson, Transparent, and Dan D'Agostino. I was equally impressed, agreeing with Millennia Media's John La Grou that one of Peter McGrath's classical recordings, Mahler's Symphony 5 performed by the New World Symphony under Michael Tilson-Thomas and captured with Joe Grado's omnidirectional microphones, was as good as it can get when it comes to two-channel representations of an orchestra. (John manufactures the very-low-noise mike preamps I use for my Stereophile recordings.) But I really just wanted to show another picture of the forthcoming Dan D'Agostino Momentum line preamplifier, with Dan's wife Petra lending me her hand for scale, as she rotates the volume control ring around the meter.
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Stephen Mejias's picture

Sexy!

soulful.terrain's picture

 

Looks like a futuristic piece of gear inspired by Jules Verne.

John Atkinson's picture

Quote:
Looks like a futuristic piece of gear inspired by Jules Verne.

 

Definitely a Steam Punk vibe. - JA

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