High Water Sound’s High Mark
On Saturday, I encountered a member of the Bay Area Audiophile Societyclose to 10 of us flew to Southern California for T.H.E. Showwho was able to spend more time in the room, and praised the sound. I’m sorry I missed Jeffrey Catalano, whose love for music is legendary, but I did get to hear what a battery of Tron-Electric componentsthe Tron-Electric Discovery GT SE 300B amp ($60,000), Seven GT Line Stage ($18,000), Seven GT Phono/Stereo ($18,000), and Seven GT Phono/Mono ($18,000)can do when paired with TW-Acustic’s GTS turntable ($12,000) and 10.5 tone arms ($5500) each, Silent Running Audio supports, Silver Circle Audio Tchaik 6 ($9500), Symposium Acoustics Super Plus speaker platforms, High Fidelity CT-1 Ultimate interconnects and speaker cables, and TelWire power cords.
What I didn’t hear may have been the least expensive part of the system, the Pure Sound A-8000 CD player ($1800). That says something about Jeffrey’s priorities.