STEREO Magazine Issue 25
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Editor's Lead In
Is Hi-Fi An Active Hobby?
Editorial By Michael Lang
These four record players from Acoustic Solid, Cambridge
Audio, Perpetuum Ebner and Pro-Ject are as diverse in their
features as in their prices – yet they all have the
potential to be your new favorite!
The Eros-9 comes from Vietnam and is almost as far away
from being living-room friendly as could be. Can its sound
live up to the big appearance?
WBT Plasma Project
Another pioneering development from Essen: Gold plating
via a plasma mist enables an even better audiophile
Accustic Arts Power I & Player I
Accustic Arts has managed to yet again improve upon the
already outstanding duo of integrated Amplifier and CD
The Chromecast interface is renown for its great
flexibility and usability. We've taken a closer look at its
performance in the world of hi-fi.
As a digital-analog-hybrid, the NAD C368 wants to combine
the best out of two worlds. STEREO has examined whether
they were successful.
Q Acoustics Concept 300 Standmount Speaker
A life of harmony.
Review By Michael Lang Of STEREO Magazine
Standmount speakers often lose a lot of their sound potential because they are placed in cabinets or on shelves. Q
Acoustics' Concept 300 won't let that happen. Strictly speaking, the Q Acoustics Concept 300 is not a British speaker at all, because its creative father is Karl-Heinz Fink, one of the
world's most respected and busy loudspeaker developers – who lives and works in
Besides being far more affordable, Focal's closed back
Elegia is following in the Utopia's footsteps.
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