Kuzma 4Point tonearm Associated Equipment

Sidebar 1: Associated Equipment

Analog Sources: Continuum Audio Labs Caliburn, Cobra, & Castellon turntable, tonearm, & stand; Graham Engineering Phantom II tonearm; Ortofon A90, Lyra Titan i, Miyajima Labs Kansui cartridges.
Digital Sources: Playback Designs MPS-5 SACD/CD player–DAC, BPT-modified Alesis Masterlink hard-disk recorder, Sooloos music server, Pure Music software.
Preamplification: darTZeel NHB-18NS, Ypsilon PST-100 preamplifiers; Ypsilon VPS-100 phono preamplifier.
Power Amplifier: Soulution 710.
Loudspeakers: Wilson Audio Specialties MAXX 3.
Cables: Phono: Hovland/Graham Engineering MG2 Music Groove. Interconnect: TARA Labs Zero, Stealth Sakra, ZenSati. Speaker: TARA Labs Omega Gold, ZenSati. AC: TARA Labs The One Cobalt, Shunyata Research King Cobra Helix CX, Isoclean 1000.
Accessories: Shunyata Research Triton power conditioner; Oyaide AC wall box & receptacles; Finite Elemente Pagode, HRS SXR stands; Symposium Rollerblocks; Audiodharma Cable Cooker; ASC Tube Traps, RPG BAD & Abffusor panels; Furutech DeMag & deStat LP treatments; VPI HW-17F, Loricraft PRC4 Deluxe record-cleaning machines.—Michael Fremer

COMPANY INFO
Kuzma Ltd.
US distributor: Elite AV Distribution
1027 N. Orange Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90038
(323) 466-9694
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bpw's picture

Having had a 4Point on the floor for demo here for a good while, I think you captured the essence of what it's all about: getting out of the way to pass the music the way the performers intended.

 

Brian Walsh

Essential Audio

calle_jr's picture

I've been playing with 4Point for 3 years now. I am very pleased and I recognize your findings.
Anyhow, Mr Fremer always seem to observe new things I never even thought about after three years.
Thanks!

//Carl Jonsson
 

Glotz's picture

And that is one sexy tonearm!  Mikey, yr the most objective and honest reviewer... ever.

Pro-Audio-Tech's picture

What tonearms have come to, I wish I could afford suct a beauty!

I have seem many changes in audio reproduction in my life and I believe there is a comment here on the way we did it way back when. There is a trend back to analog and it is for a reason!

What happened to SACD and DVD Audio, same fate for computer servers and DAC's?

I have listened to music servers and DAC's and all I can say is compared with vinyl (much less R2R tape) no thanks.

I applaud the new breed of analog pioneers, gret job Mr. Kuzma!

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