Soundgroup has announced that it is to distribute Sumiko cartridges in New Zealand.
Rega’s reboot of the Planar 1 with an added plus means more than a cosmetic makeover.
GARY STEEL has a nice long chat to Steve Shade from Mobile Fidelity (MoFi) about its new electronics division and its fabulous turntables, and more. Those of you who have been paying attention will already know that Mobile Fidelity – who make the most revered vinyl album pressings in […]
GARY STEEL auditions two superb new audio products in the perfect venue. He’s so damn lucky.
DR RICHARD VAREY reports on his long and vigorous examination of a miscellany of record cleaning devices and methodologies.
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.
Simon Brown designs award-winning, New Zealand-made tonearms for record players. DR RICHARD VAREY is very taken with his latest.
It’s a show like no other, where passionate dealers in hi-fidelity ply the most outrageous, expensive and sometimes sublime of sound gear. PAUL QUILTER was there.
Vinyl is taking over, didn’t you know it? DR. RICHARD VAREY has his own theories.
‘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 reviews the new Audiant VP3 MM/MC phono stage from Perreaux. As far as he’s concerned, it’s bloody brilliant.
Old-time radio station still plays records, and uses antique gear.