This diminutive wireless speaker system promises an “infinite sweet spot”, but Steel is less impressed with the sound than he is its looks and set up simplicity.
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.
Think that B&W’s Zeppelin is the only great wireless speaker system? Gary Steel’s here to tell you that there’s a new beauty in the room, and that the competition just got a whole lot hotter.
Andrew Baker reviews the Octave MkII NOS Mini DAC from Metrum Acoustics
Gary Steel loves Martin Logan speakers. He loves that the brand is now available again in NZ. He loves the incredibly nicely priced ElectroMotion ESLs. Below, he blathers on endlessly about them, like a man newly smitten.
How about a stunning diminutive “lifestyle” range that cuts no sonic corners? Gary Steel gets an exclusive audition of the whole range, and asks: ‘Why the heck hasn’t anyone done it quite like this before?’
Andrew Baker reviews the Metrum Acoustics Hex NOS DAC
Andrew Baker reviews the over-performing Concept 40 floorstanding speakers from Q-Acoustics
Old-time radio station still plays records, and uses antique gear.
Samsung’s big brute bares beaut curves and a picture that some would die for, says our man on the TV battlefield, Pat Pilcher.
Cambridge Audio’s Aero 2 standmount speakers boast a high-tech BMR driver covering both midrange and treble duties – they’re reviewed here by Ashley Kramer.
Rotel’s RDD-1580 USB Digital to Analogue Converter reviewed by Andrew Baker