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.
It might be called a ‘Blu-ray player’ but Oppo’s audiophile-grade UDP-205 is actually a stunning multi-purpose sound and visual hub, and DR RICHARD VAREY struggles to find fault with this superb machine.
Simon Brown designs award-winning, New Zealand-made tonearms for record players. DR RICHARD VAREY is very taken with his latest.
Can an affordable cable really, fundamentally improve the sound of your hi-fi? DR RICHARD VAREY puts the Burson Audio Cable+ Pro Active Buffer Cable to the test.
Ever wondered whether stereo was good for you? A brilliant wee ‘stereo fixer’ – The Soundstage Activator – sends DR RICHARD VAREY off on a fascinating voyage to discover the truth about the way we listen to music.
What the heck is ‘artisan audio’? DR RICHARD VAREY explains what it is, and why it’s so attractive to a particular kind of hi-fi freak.
GARY STEEL is falling in love with music all over again, and it’s taken a nifty valve amplifier to shoot love’s arrow.
Hi-fi pioneers Martin L. Borish (NAD) and Richard E. Lord (REL Acoustics) both died in July.
Terry Humphries runs a unique “by appointment” hi-fi showroom and auditioning facility called Audio Reference, which he first launched in Hamilton 10 years ago, then moved to central Auckland. This week, he has reopened in the much more scenic locale of Devonport, in a lovely, sonically improved space full […]
Proac has some new speakers, and they’re on the way to New Zealand shores.
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.
SIMON BROWN gets overwhelmed with extravagant oddness at the Munich High End Show, and follows it up with a dessert of Hong Kong proportions.