RICHARD VAREY auditions a network music player that’s in a class of its own but which doesn’t cost a bomb.
Author: Richard Varey
RICHARD VAREY has been radicalised. Rejecting the fake floss of current pop recording methods, he discovers a sound recording genius whose work brings music alive.
RICHARD VAREY is sonically transported to audio nirvana by the Signature Edition DiDiT DAC212 preamp with its raft of clever technologies.
RICHARD VAREY finds genuine musical gems amongst the trash in opshops, and even tracks down the obscure artist behind one such discovery. Sandwiched between hundreds of dusty Kamahl and Nana Mouskouri CDs in opshops and second-hand stores around New Zealand there are genuine forgotten treasures to be found. It takes […]
RICHARD VAREY settles in for some listening time with the biggest platter he’s ever used: the Amari T-60.
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.