The black box beast weighs 44lbs.
About the same size as a home turntable, the Phonocut analog lathe lets you make your very own 10-inch records.
The French manufacturer takes its “entry-level” Phantom to eleven with an upgraded amplification system that spits out 1,200 watts.
It’s big and beautiful, but how does the recent addition to Astell&Kern’s hi-fi portfolio stack up?
After 30-plus years producing industry-leading equipment, the audio engineer Dan D’Agostino remains at the top of his game. The Momentum power amplifiers and preamplifiers that he launched four years ago, not long after forming the Dan D’Agostino Master Audio Systems brand, have become the darlings of audiophiles—for their looks as well as their performance. The […]
The many accolades earned by Steinway Lyngdorf’s freestanding Model D and in-wall Model LS music systems include Robb Report Best of the Best honors (in 2007 and 2009, respectively). But apparently company founder Peter Lyngdorf believes even the best can become better. The Danish audio wizard created his latest sonic sensation, the $172,000-per-pair Model LS […]