RICHARD VAREY settles in for some listening time with the biggest platter he’s ever used: the Amari T-60.
Author: Richard Varey
ATRAD’s Adam Rosner is passionate about creating bespoke hand-built stereo vacuum-tube amplifiers and related devices. He explains all to RICHARD VAREY.
Hamilton’s Tron Records’ store manager Grant Petersen and owner Kerry (Rocky) O’Rourke sat down to discuss the store’s beginnings, future, customers and plenty more for RICHARD VAREY.
RICHARD VAREY goes hands-on with the 432 EVO Standard music server and discovers a way to make music both pleasanter and healthier.
RICHARD VAREY spends some quality time with the Hana ML and finds it embodies the meaning of Hana: brilliant and gorgeous.
RICHARD VAREY gets his records spick and span with two new cleaning options.
RICHARD VAREY discovers a supra fine feast of fidelity while auditioning audio offerings.
Have you tried a Spin Clean with The Groovinator? Or L’Art du Son? RICHARD VAREY has, and it’s not only given new life to his vinyl, but it’s also therapeutic!
RICHARD VAREY checks out a Kiwi-designed desktop amp that blows the lid on his preconceptions, and proves to be so much more.
RICHARD VAREY gives his first impressions of Simon Brown’s first turntable, The Wand 14-4.
Richard Varey’s faulty valve sees him discover a goldmine for vintage valves, right here in Auckland.
RICHARD VAREY finds modern day alchemy at Mad Scientist Audio – and the Heretical USB interconnect is not too bad either.