Wes Phillips & Jon Iverson

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Wes Phillips & Jon Iverson Posted: Jan 10, 2007 0 comments
We walked in to the room and spotted a pair of floorstanding speakers. Stevie Ray Vaughan filled the room, so we assumed the floorstanders were channelling him. "Oh no, you're listening to those."
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Wes Phillips & Jon Iverson Posted: Jan 10, 2007 0 comments
"Here's something a little different for us," CJ's Lew Johnson continued his tour. "The $10,000 TEA1 triode equalization amplifier embodies our current understanding of the state-of-the-art in phono stage design. It's a zero loop feedback design with two tube gain stages and a passive equalization network. We put a high-current buffer stage isolates the unit from cable and other loading elements."
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Wes Phillips & Jon Iverson Posted: Jan 10, 2007 1 comments
Ray Kimber's isoMike demonstrations always deliver some of the most natural sound of any show he attends—and CES 2007 was no exception.
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Wes Phillips & Jon Iverson Posted: Jan 10, 2007 1 comments
Joseph Audio's Jeff Joseph didn't bring any new goodies to the show this year. He once again demonstrated the $2495/pair Insider. "I'm still trying to demonstrate how incredible an in-wall loudspeaker can sound—if it uses an infinite slope crossover, that is."
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Wes Phillips & Jon Iverson Posted: Jan 10, 2007 1 comments
Is there any record collector who hasn't wished for a device that would flatten warped records without damaging them? It's the classic "why doesn't somebody invent that?" product.
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Wes Phillips & Jon Iverson Posted: Jan 10, 2007 3 comments
Penaudio's Sami Pentillä brought an entirely new line of loudspeakers to CES: the Ambient series.
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Wes Phillips & Jon Iverson Posted: Jan 10, 2007 0 comments
Bel Canto's John Stronczer made a bold decision to demonstrate exclusively with a music server streaming Music Giants. He ran the output from his laptop to the $2495 e.One DAC3 digital-to-analog processor and then directly to a pair of e.One REF1000 1000W monoblocks ($1995 each).
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Wes Phillips & Jon Iverson Posted: Jan 10, 2007 0 comments
Lew Johnson pointed at the LP275M ($12,500). "This is something CJ hasn't done in a while: a high output tube monoblock. We use four pairs of 6550s to obtain 275W with our proprietary translinear transformers. We can configure it for 2, 4, 8, or 16 Ohm loads (standard is 4 Ohm). Like our most recent designs, we're using metal foil resistors and Teflon CJD capacitors. We'll be shipping them by February."
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Wes Phillips & Jon Iverson Posted: Jan 10, 2007 2 comments
Ypsilon Electronics was a new name to me, so I wasn't sure what Jon Iverson and I would see when we entered its room. Whatever we expected, it wasn't the ginormous hybrid SET-100 monoblock amplifiers ($69,000/pair).
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Wes Phillips & Jon Iverson Posted: Jan 08, 2007 Published: Jan 09, 2007 12 comments
At least that's what Kevin Deal called the $1395 PrimaLuna Prologue Eight CD player.

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