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Luxman L-590Ax

“It was as if the L-590AX could render also the cigarette smoke, heavy curtains and a worn out carpet, fingers dancing on the strings and the ice, slowly melting in the last glass of whiskey…” “I auditioned many amplifiers that declared the truth and […]

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Mola Mola Caused A Buzz In Munich

Whilst walking the floor of the M.O.C in Munich during the High End Show with Bill Parish from GTT Audio, NJ, we came across a poster of a large out of focus fish and a new electronics company called Mola Mola.  Neither of us could figure out the signi […]

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Luxman’s SQ-N10

Luxman’s wonderful NeoClassico amplifier – winner of 6 Moons “Blue Moon ” award.  here is the review. We have also attached the review from HiFi News (UK), another glowing testimonial. Luxman have recently sent NeoClassico production to their parent co […]

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HRS Heavyweight Record Weight

During The California Audio Show in San Francisco, Mike Latvis from HRS lent us a new heavier record weight, the ADH ($400), to try out on the Luxman PD-171 turntable. As a side note, we have been using the lighter version, the ADL ($200) which deliver […]

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Luxman’s U-100R

Many audiophiles have a DAC in their system, that predates streaming music over a USB cable from their computer. I asked Luxman to develop the U-100R, it allows one to stream music from your notebook / computer either into a DAC or else into the digita […]

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Ultra Sonic Record Cleaner

ULTRA SONIC RECORD CLEANER Last November I was in Minneapolis helping Paul Blizel of Analog Audio of MN host a Music Seminar. While we were setting up the Vivid B1 speakers, I took the opportunity to clean all of my demo records.  What struck me as a f […]

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Vivid’s G3 GIYA

Many audiophiles and music lovers approached us during the NY Audio Show as to where they could hear the diminutive G3 Giyas (just 3’9″ tall). These speakers punch way outside their class. Truly, they have to be heard to be believed. Just as the G1 […]

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