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This December, we have 56 pages of in-depth audio component coverage--COUNT 'EM! Amps of all sorts from Rega, Conrad-Johnson, Music Reference, Harman Kardon; affordable digital excellence found in the Centrance DACmini; bookshelf speakers from Epos and Proac; guitarist Bill Frisell channels John Lennon; and finally! Stereophile's 2011 60 Best Products of the Year.
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November's got looks to kill and content to thrill. Starting off with the multi-capable Resolution Audio Cantata Music Center; the Simaudio Moon 650D, an impressive DAC/CD transport; AD reviews 3 classic tubed integrateds; budget bookshelf speakers from Pioneer, Energy, Epos, and Boston Acoustics; and a conversation with legendary record producer George Avakian.
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This October issue will blow you away. Vivid's smooth B1 loudspeaker impresses JA; MF finds a new favorite in the VPI Classic 3; AD finds a new digital friend w/the Wavelength Audio Proton; ST and a CJ preamp; SM and NHT; JM and some CD-eivers; an inside look at the new Pink Floyd reissue set; and finally, 700 sparkling Recommended Components.
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September kicks off with some killer disc playback from Oppo's BDP-95; Speakers from Atlantic Technology, KEF, and Pioneer; Mikey reviews the Kuzma 4Point tonearm (and loves it); JA wrestles the Musical Fidelity AMS100 power amp; Art Dudley describes his listening room; SM strangles himself with more cables; and a revealing feature on bandleader Gerald Wilson.
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The August 2011 issue is unique, to say the least. For starters: Henry eff'n Rollins writes our As We See It. No apologies from this horn speaker: Schimmel's Voxative Ampeggio. In-ears from JH Audio; Primaluna preamp; power from Mark Lev; SM settles in w/some affordable cables; and the many voices of GBV's Robert Pollard.
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The ranking of music is a personal matter, argues JM; RB makes a pilgrimage to the crossroads and finds a new deluxe box set!; ST falls for a Rethm; Mikey spins vinyl and spans the globe; AD rips, burns, streams, converts; SM lives with two very different integrated amplifiers; and KR catches up with Integra. Plus: Reviews of new products from Sony, Thiel, Wharfedale, Audience, Micromega, and Ypsilon!
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Get Digital with Bryston's sleek BDP-1 Music Player; Michael Lavorgna wonders when did being interested in hi-fi lose its cool; Clearaudio Concept turntable and an LFD phono-pre; Speakers from Triangle, Klipsch, Linn, and Direct Acoustics; Mr. Lichte reviews the Bel Canto e.One DAC3.5VB; SM saves Natalie and Nicole's party; Steve Earle searches for Hank Williams; and an Analog Corner with silly-expensive cables.
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A brilliant May Issue! KR reviews the monstrous B&W 800 Diamonds; BJR gets starry-eyed w/the Totem Dreamcatcher; Two Turntables: Brinkmann Bardo and Rega RP1 (this one's affordable too!); Mikey cleans more records; Sam plays with the new Rega DAC (and predicts his own death); JVS and JA discuss the making of Attention Screen Takes Flight at Yamaha; and SM makes meatloaf (with entry-level ingredients).
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The new April issue is HOT! SM compares the affordable Wharfedale Diamond 10.1's and his reference PSB Alpha B1's; JM updates the general public on the Loudness Wars; JA reviews the Musical Fidelity V-Link; Hot tube amps from Audio Note and VTL; Sax Man Joe Lovano channels Bird; and Art Dudley's 100th Listening!
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A powerful March issue! FK gets down with The Simaudio Moon 700i integrated amp (and compares it to his Krell FBI); RB gets strung-out with 3 guitar legends; Phono preamps from Parasound, Pass, Allnic, and Ypsilon; Monoblocks from Classe; Marantz CD5004 and PM5004; Sam Tellig and Musical Fidelity; and SM cleans some records with the Okki Nokki.
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The Wilson speaker to hear: the Sophia Series 3! Hot speaker imports from Vivid, Triangle, Epos, and Wharfedale; The rebirth of vinyl from Garrard, Rega, Thorens, Sutherland, and Nagaoka; HRT's Music Stremer Pro; Art Dudley starts building a plinth; and the two Johns do a big listen.
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A stack o'DAC reviews from Chord, dCS, and Esoteric; J-10 and JA go on a road trip; the first appearance of SM's "Entry Level" Column; RB interviews guitarist Marc Ribot; Fremer digs into some phono preamps; and some superb integrateds from Pass Labs and LFD.
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