Upward and (Hopefully) Onward

Editor's Note from 1974: As you can read in the following "As We See It," the last issue of Vol.1 No.12 (cover dated "Spring 1966") was perhaps not as "strong" as it might have been. If we had been doing things according to Proper Business Practice, we should have held back our best articles and our gutsiest reports until that issue, as a high-powered incentive for our subscribers to renew their subs. We didn't. There were better articles and a greater variety of topics covered in earlier issues, but Issue 12 was significant in that it set the pattern of topic emphasis, and the balance of reports versus other editorial material, that was to continue more or less unchanged for the next 7 years.
Sun, 05/01/1966

Focal Aria 5 loudspeaker kit Page 2

Tue, 04/12/2016

Focal Aria 5 loudspeaker kit

You don't have to be a seasoned speaker builder to recognize the Focal name. For years they've offered the home constructor a full assortment of quality drivers and kits. The kits were designed in-house—mostly by Focal in France—and, according to Focal, they represent fully engineered and tested systems. The Aria kits (the 5 and the 7), depart from Focal's past policy, in that the project was a collaborative design effort between Dr. Joe D'Appolito and Focal America. Focal's main contribution was in the area of cabinet development, while D'Appolito was responsible for the system integration and crossover design.
Mon, 10/01/1990

Record Store Day in Manhattan

On Saturday, April 16, beginning at 9:30am, NYC audio retailer In Living Stereo (2 Great Jones Street, New York, NY 10012) is celebrating Record Store Day with a day of in-store performances, shopping for limited-edition RSD releases, and special giveaways.
Tue, 04/12/2016

Anthony Wilson's Frogtown

Mon, 04/11/2016

The Chicago AXPONA Starts Friday

111 seems to be the magic number for AXPONA 2016, aka Audio Expo of North America. Taking place April 15–17 in the Westin O'Hare in Rosemont, IL (near Chicago's O'Hare airport), AXPONA promises 111 exhibit rooms, including 29 larger meeting spaces which sometimes house multiple systems. AXPONA will also host 111 booths and table displays, with a good 50 of those located in the Ear Gear Expo. All told, the show will feature products from 375 brands, most of which will sing away every day starting at the mercifully civilized hour of 10am.
Mon, 04/11/2016

Shindo Aurieges Equalizer Amplifier Manufacturer's Comment

Fri, 04/08/2016

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junker's picture

How is it loaded with the resistors on the Lundahls? What is the gain? What cartridges did you use it with? EMT? Shindo? SPU? Where was the Masseto volume control at, with your amps at their typical gain position? There just isn't enough info here about what gear it would work well with?

Despite the ability to play 78's and do mono, it appears to be specifically targeted to the Aurieges-L or Vosne - Romanee with the SPU Shindo cartridge. It just seems way too limited to me vs. using a SUT in most other cases.

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Shindo Aurieges Equalizer Amplifier Measurements

Fri, 04/08/2016

COMMENTS
junker's picture

How is it loaded with the resistors on the Lundahls? What is the gain? What cartridges did you use it with? EMT? Shindo? SPU? Where was the Masseto volume control at, with your amps at their typical gain position? There just isn't enough info here about what gear it would work well with?

Despite the ability to play 78's and do mono, it appears to be specifically targeted to the Aurieges-L or Vosne - Romanee with the SPU Shindo cartridge. It just seems way too limited to me vs. using a SUT in most other cases.

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A Sonic Spectacular from Utah

Prediction: The visionary new music, system-testing percussion, and virtual rainbow of colors that distinguish Dawn to Dust, the latest hybrid SACD in Reference Recordings' Fresh! series, guarantee that it will become a hit among music-loving audiophiles who dare play tracks beyond 3 minutes in length. The inventive genius that courses through the recording's three compositions—Control (Five Landscapes for Orchestra) by Nico Muhly, 34; Switch by Andrew Norman, 37; and Eos (Goddess of the Dawn), a ballet for orchestra by Augusta Read Thomas, 52—is, in and of itself, enrapturing, formidable, and breathtaking. But when combined with the spectacular coloristic and percussive effects captured by the Soundmirror engineering team, you have a recording virtually certain to earn Dust to Dawn at least one Grammy nomination and countless airings at audio demos.
Fri, 04/08/2016

Pickin' in Greenpoint Audiophile Style

“Well, Dylan will be here at four.”
Fri, 04/08/2016

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