Serious about getting superb sound from your vinyl? Here’s a phono stage that really brings your records to life. Here’s ANDREW BAKER’S in-depth review of the Phono Master.
Author: Andrew Baker
It’s an unassuming and nicely priced amp, but ANDREW BAKER is stoked with the sound and performance of Arcam’s FMJ A29 integrated amp.
Ever heard of Class G amplification? A W Baker got a good earful of it with Arcam’s latest integrated. Over to you, Andy!
ANDREW BAKER likes the Pavane DAC, and he should know, because he spent a year with it. Read on for his most excellent review.
‘Hana’ is a Japanese name meaning ‘flower’ and usually given to baby girls. It’s also the name of a very good new cartridge. Our Andy’s flapping appendages like it. A lot.
Andy Baker is a sceptic, but like most hi-fi nuts, he’ll try any tweak for the chance of sonic improvement.
The baby of the Leben family may have the critics divided, but our Andy reckons it’s a little stunner. And it smells good, too.
Andy Baker reviews Metrum’s new non-oversampling Musette Mini DAC.
Andy Baker reviews the new Audiant VP3 MM/MC phono stage from Perreaux. As far as he’s concerned, it’s bloody brilliant.
ANDREW BAKER is so taken by Q Acoustics’ incredibly nicely priced entry level speakers that he nearly starts dancing around his living room like a maniac, forgoing all trace of modesty. Nearly.
Andy Baker concludes his Metrum series with a review of the Aurix headphone amplifier. Despite stating “You couldn’t make me enjoy The Eagles’ Greatest Hits even if you strapped a bucket of angry rats to my bum”, he’s smitten with this little amp.
Andrew Baker reviews the Octave MkII NOS Mini DAC from Metrum Acoustics