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  1. In the right hands, the Wheelharp can sound like a string orchestra...
  2. In the early 2000s, the engineers at Naim Audio ( www.naimaudio.com ), one of the preeminent names in British hi-fi since the 1970s, got an itch to build a cost-is-no-object amplification system...
  3. Vertu's newest model, the Signature Touch, has the brains to match its beauty...
  4. Audiophiles can also be slaves to fashion, and one seeking a music system to complement a postwar modern interior will find that most contemporary components are jarringly out of sync with the...
  5. Peter Lyngdorf has almost single-handedly brought digital audio into the realm of high fidelity. In 1998, the Danish acoustic engineer spearheaded the creation of the first all-digital amplifier. He...
  6. For over 30 years, New Jersey’s VPI Industries has been making some of the world’s finest belt-drive turntables.
  7. The latest generation of TSW touchscreens from Crestron provide an unobtrusive interface for controlling all of the technology of a fully integrated home.
  8. The recently announced Vertu Signature Touch is a superpowered smartphone.
  9. High-fidelity personal listening is apparently on the rise, as many audiophile-grade equipment manufacturers have launched premium headphones and headphone amplifiers in recent years.
  10. Several years ago, Roy Gandy, founder of Rega Research—a U.K. manufacturer of hi-fi audio equipment best known for its turntables and tonearms—invited a group of industry journalists to his home to...

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