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Enjoy the Music.com Sponsors The 2024 Florida International Audio Expo's Happy Hour

Enjoy the Music.com Sponsors The 2024 Florida International Audio Expo's Happy Hour
Enjoy the Music.com, high-performance audio's celebrated online site for 29 years and a leader in providing show reports, industry news, and high-end premium audio gear reviews, is pleased to once again sponsor Florida International Audio Expo's Industry Happy Hour. During their February event in Tampa, on Thursday evening both exhibitors and members of the press are invited to join us at the second-floor registration area for complimentary food and beverages. Since 1995, Enjoy the Music.com has been a major resource for information about consumer electronics, including the high-performance luxury audio industry and premium high-resolution / streaming music. We are deeply honored for the opportunity to support the Florida International Audio Expo for the third consecutive year in a row! Enjoy the Music.com continues to sponsor more high-performance audio events than any other publication within the industry.
---> Enjoy the Music.com Sponsors Florida Intl Audio Expo 2024.

 

 

Occasional Column: The Musical Point Of View

Occasional Column: The Musical Point Of View
Audio systems are communicators - not just modes of communication.
Article By Jules Coleman
The audio community is a community – actually, many overlapping and intersecting ones. Like other communities, its members share norms, support and encourage excellence in one another, celebrate achievements, mourn losses, welcome new additions, and more. Communities communicate. This is an obvious truth; perhaps even a banal one. It's not always bad to be obvious or banal, however. After all, 'obvious truths' come in two varieties: those so obvious they require no defense or argument in their favor; and those that are obvious only after the argument for them has been made. And while many banalities are simply that, the history of ideas is basically a catalog of great works expanding on apparent banalities.
---> Occasional Column: The Musical Point Of View.

 

 

audioXpress Magazine January 2024

The Things That Stand Out
As we start a new year for this publication, it's time to offer some perspective
about the things that inspire us for 2024.
Editorial By J. Martins
Following my previous reference to the Urbanista Malibu, the world's first self-charging wireless speaker using an integrated Powerfoyle membrane that charges the battery whenever exposed to indoor or outdoor light, Exeger, the developer of the Powerfoyle technology, is now top of mind for 2024. We will attend Exeger's press conference, selected to be part of the Official CES 2024 Media Days, which is in itself a significant honor and a sign of the impact this Swedish company is having on the technology world. Exeger has also announced a strategic partnership with Tymphany, one of the largest OEM / ODMs of speakers and audio systems in the world, to produce a self-powered speaker that will be unveiled at CES 2024.
---> The Things That Stand Out.

 

 

Hi-Fi+ December 2023

hi-fi+'s 2023 Product Awards
We highlight the finest products we've reviewed during 2023.
Editorial By Alan Sircom
Our annual Awards issue is also the last issue of the year. So it's hard to avoid trying to take stock of the events of that year and make some predictions for the year ahead. Looking at those dozens upon dozens of pages of awards on our 'flat plan' (the colour-coded map of all the pages in a magazine) points to one overarching conclusion about the audio world; we are living in a golden age; right here, right now! That golden age might not be reflected in sales figures (the audio market of half a century or more ago was shifting a lot more boxes than today), but in terms of performance and scope, our forefathers would be shocked at the near-limitless potential for high-performance sound today.
---> hi-fi+'s 2023 Product Awards.

 

 

Capital Audiofest (CAF) 2023 Show Report -- CAF 2023 premium luxury audio event coverage.

Capital Audiofest (CAF) 2023 Show Report
CAF 2023 premium luxury audio event coverage.
Capital Audiofest (CAF) is the Northeast's favorite audio show! CAF started out in 2010 as a very casual show and has evolved into a well-organized and well-attended event that most everyone in the audio industry knows about. CAF is recognized as a fun, friendly and family-oriented show, where you often see families strolling from room to room listening to music, auditioning gear and browsing the multiple bins of vinyl records, CDs and accessories in the Atrium Marketplace. In the evenings we have live music in the bar and special live performers in the Theater, and local distillers offering tasting. During the event will be wonderful live music plus Enjoy the Music.com in once again sponsoring the Thursday night vendor / press party with live music and free drinks!
---> Capital Audiofest (CAF) 2023 Show Report.

 

 

Dan Clark Audio E3 Closed-Back Planar Magnetic Headphones Review The bar is raised. Review By Gary Alan Barker

Dan Clark Audio E3 Closed-Back Planar Magnetic Headphones Review
The bar is raised.
Review By Gary Alan Barker
Under DNA I was treated to a transformative experience at CanJam SoCal 2023 in the form of a preview of what was soon to become one of my favorite Headphones, and in all likelihood the best value in a headphone period, the Dan Clark Audio E3 Closed-Back Planar Magnetic Headphone. As soon as a production sample became available I was sent one for review. Since the Dan Clark Audio ETHER C Flow was my first reference headphone, and the Dan Clark Audio STEALTH is my favorite non-electrostatic headphone, I found the idea of reviewing what amounts to the updated replacement of the ETHER C Flow to be very exciting. These headphones employ an all-new fifth-generation planar magnetic driver featuring new diaphragm materials combined with highly optimized V-Planar knurling and an all-new tensioning system for a more uniform and consistent performance, lower distortion, and enhanced consistency.
---> Dan Clark Audio E3 Closed-Back Planar Magnetic Headphones Review.

 

 

FiiO Q15 Desktop / Portable Hi-Res Music DAC And Headphone Amplifier Review An overachiever that exceeded my expectations. Review By Tom Lyle

FiiO Q15 Desktop / Portable Hi-Res Music DAC And Headphone Amplifier Review
An overachiever that exceeded my expectations.
Review By Tom Lyle
The FiiO Q15 desktop / portable Hi-Res Audio and Hi-Res Music DAC and headphone amplifier (headamp) is a small device that well earns its' category. One can call it a portable device. Still, it is a bit heavier than your average DPA (Digital Audio Player, at first popularized by Apple's iPod device) that weights 305 grams (about half a pound). Many might consider it more at home when used as part of a desktop system. Some of the features of the Q15 should be familiar to anyone who has had some experience with portable listening devices, but the Q15 goes far beyond what most would expect from this device. It is priced at $399 and is at the top of the FiiO Hi-Res DAC / headphone amp line. Spoiler Alert: Audiophiles should consider the FiiO Q15 a stone-cold bargain.
---> FiiO Q15 Desktop / Portable Hi-Res Music DAC And Headphone Amplifier Review.

 

 

Lejonklou Boazu Stereo Integrated Amplifier Review Enjoying music presented intact, in balance, and fully rendered. Review By Jules Coleman

Lejonklou Boazu Stereo Integrated Amplifier Review
Enjoying music presented intact, in balance, and fully rendered.
Review By Jules Coleman
A while ago, I was on a call with Don Better, an audio industry veteran, proprietor of Don Better Audio in Cleveland, and accomplished musician. Don has a great ear. When Don Better talks, I listen. During the conversation, I asked if he had heard anything new and impressive. Without hesitation, he mentioned Lejonklou electronics, at the time a brand entirely unknown to me. Don is not prone to hyperbole, and so my interest was piqued when he characterized Lejonklou as 'solid-state Shindo.' Having previously owned full Shindo systems for over a decade, I put Lejonklou on my short list of components to look into. Just prior to the 2021 global health event, during what is euphemistically referred to as 'downsizing,' I had settled into listening to the Auditorium 23 Solovox open baffle speaker as the centerpiece of my go-to listening system.
---> Lejonklou Boazu Stereo Integrated Amplifier Review.

 

 

OAD UP1 MM/MC Phono Stage Review The simplest things are often the truest. Review By Greg Borrowman

OAD UP1 MM/MC Phono Stage Review
The simplest things are often the truest.
Review By Greg Borrowman
Jon De Sensi, the founder, owner and lead designer of the all-Australian, Melbourne-based brand OAD UltraFidelity has been exceptionally busy of late, bringing to fruition models that have been in the pipeline for many years, including the Vajra power amplifier and Padma preamplifier, which I have previously reviewed for Australian Hi-Fi magazine. The OAD UP1 reviewed here was apparently designed as a direct result of requests from De Sensi's network of hi-fi retailers, though he told me that most of the pressure came from the owner of a famous salon in Melbourne. I know who it is, but I've been sworn not to name names! The design brief that underpinned the development of the OAD UltraFidelity UP1 stated that it be affordable and have sufficient flexibility to accommodate any moving-coil cartridge on the planet. According to De Sensi, in the more than three years the UP1 has been available, many hundreds have been sold and so far....
---> OAD UP1 MM/MC Phono Stage Review.

 

 

Capital Audiofest 2023 Bonus Videos By Greg Weaver (a.k.a. The Audio Analyst)

Capital Audiofest 2023 Bonus Videos By Greg Weaver
Join the audio analyst Greg Weaver for his must-see bonus CAF 2023 videos.
Video By Greg Weaver (a.k.a. The Audio Analyst)
First up, we hear from CEO Valerio Cora and Vice President of Sales Allan Haggar at the revitalized Audio Research Corporation. Thanks to Greg's fast-thinking, he was able to get them to take a break from the Capital Audiofest 2023 show to sit down to talk about the recent ownership changes. Val has great plans for Audio Research Corporation that will provide growth of this time-honored iconic American electronics manufacturer. This is some very interesting, and exciting, information.
---> Capital Audiofest 2023 Bonus Videos By Greg Weaver.

 

 

Chad Kassem Discusses Steely Dan's Aja UHQR Vinyl LP An exciting recording and reissue discussion with Fagen, Grundman, Schnee, Kassem, and Kaplan.

Chad Kassem Discusses Steely Dan's Aja UHQR Vinyl LP
An exciting recording and reissue discussion with Fagen, Grundman, Schnee, Kassem, and Kaplan.
Video By Acoustic Sounds
Thanks to Analogue Productions owner Chad Kassem, we're bringing you this curated video discussing the new UHQR 45 rpm vinyl LP release of Steely Dan's legendary Aja recording. We get a rare opportunity to hear behind-the-scenes info! We also enjoy learning more about the classic Steely Dan Aja on UHQR clarity vinyl. Within the video, none other than Donald Fagen reminisces with award-winning recording engineer Bill Schnee, mastering engineer Bernie Grundman, and the Tracking Angle's Fred Kaplan, plus Analogue Productions' own Chad Kassem. Steely Dan enthusiasts rejoice! Bonus video as Bernie Grundman revisits Aja. We're especially overjoyed to present the below video with legendary audio engineer Bernie Grundman.
---> Chad Kassem Discusses Steely Dan's Aja UHQR Vinyl LP.

 

 

StereoNET's Mark Gusew Interviews Bjorn Bengtsson Of Nordost Magazine reviewer interviews Bjorn Bengtsson Of Nordost.

StereoNET's Mark Gusew Interviews Bjorn Bengtsson Of Nordost
Magazine reviewer interviews Bjorn Bengtsson Of Nordost.
Video By StereoNET
Within the below video, Mark Gusew caught up with Bjorn Bengtsson, Product Specialist at Nordost during the StereoNET Melbourne Hi-Fi & AV Show. Enjoy the Music.com would like to humbly thank your host Mark Gusew as he takes us onto a journey with Bjorn Bengtsson, who provides expertise about cables, tweaks and much more. We'd also like to thank StereoNET's Marc Rushton and Clemente Meulio for their excellent camera work, which was later edited by Clemente Meulio. StereoNET would like to give special thanks to Australian distributor, Advance Audio for facilitating the interview and their ongoing support.
---> StereoNET's Mark Gusew Interviews Bjorn Bengtsson Of Nordost.

 

 

What Is Important To Men And My Readers

What Is Important To Men And My Readers
I don't buy records for background music. 
Editorial By Herb Reichert
My first wife used to have this Madison Avenue market research job, and her main assignment was to do surveys-to find out what women wanted and what men thought was important. Not surprisingly, she discovered that women desired economic security and status in the community way more than sex or power or even love. Shockingly, sex was usually seventh or eighth on the woman's list. What really surprised me, though, was what men claimed was important to them. I mean, yeah, sex was always at the top (usually number one or two). But incredibly, right there on the top of the list next to sex and way ahead of money or power or even fame was music. I am not kidding you. And this wasn't only in rock-till-ya-wear-dentures America, no sit.
---> What Is Important To Men And My Readers.

 

 

Guerrilla Tactics For The Audiophile Home

Guerrilla Tactics For The Audiophile Home
You find yourself staring at an amazing jumble of audio parts.
The first time you find him in the kitchen wearing your frilly apron and baking a newly spray-painted amp chassis in the oven you think it's kind of cute. You keep an open mind despite the fumes and try to sympathize with his need for a hammered metal look finish. Then on a dark night you stub your toes on that same chassis lying in the middle of the living room floor and you think, Not so cute. Might as well face the truth. For every audiophile in the world, there's an afflicted spouse, housemate or friend. And, sooner or later, we all must learn the guerrilla tactics necessary for survival in the audiophile home. Your favorite sewing scissors have once again mysteriously disappeared. You must confront him immediately. And remember, please, none of this wimpy you-wouldn't-happen to-have-seen my-scissors-anywhere type stuff.
---> Guerrilla Tactics For The Audiophile Home.

 

 

The Venerable Dynaco Stereo 70

The Venerable Dynaco Stereo 70
Article By Dan Schmalle From VALVE
Said to be the most popular tube amplifier ever made, the Dynaco  Stereo 70 has been around for over thirty-five years. Its early popularity was due to a reasonable price coupled with good quality iron and a sound seemingly liked by all. A simple circuit consisting of a then new RCA 7199 sharp cutoff pentode medium mu triode driving a pair of 6CA7 / EL34's per channel, with a GZ34 / 5AR4 for B+ , made for an easily built, easily adjusted kit It has also been a platform for more modifications than any other piece of gear made. The mods have ranged from simple recap jobs to full redesigns ala Joe Curcio and Audio Research. Some examples of kit built mods are shown on this page. All the mods are naturally done to correct perceived deficiencies in the original circuit and so tend to group around said deficiencies.
---> The Venerable Dynaco Stereo 70.

 

 

Rogue Audio RP-7 Tube Preamplifier Review

Rogue Audio RP-7 Tube Preamplifier Review
A very flexible and fantastic high-end vacuum tube preamplifier.
Review By Tom Lyle
It was about a decade ago when I last reviewed a component manufactured by Rogue Audio. I distinctly remember my time spent with that preamp because I was very impressed with its sound quality. But when I un-boxed their new RP-7 preamplifier it looked as if it was made by a different company.  As good as their older component looked, the Rogue Audio RP-7 seemed as if its fit and finish was light years better than the older unit. Of course I'm exaggerating a bit, as I don't remember the older unit looking so bad. Plus I didn't have the older preamp in front of me to compare the two, and I certainly don't remember the older component looking bad, but I was very impressed with how modern and stylish this new rectangular black box looked. After I connected it to my system and switched its power on, I was even more impressed with the preamplifier's appearance when it's blue LED display lit up.
---> Rogue Audio RP-7 Tube Preamplifier Review.

 

 

Line Magnetic 218ia Vacuum Tube Stereo Integrated Amplifier Review

Line Magnetic 218ia Tube Int. Amp. Review
A single-ended triode integrated amplifier for everyone!
Review By Paul L. Schumann
Back in the 1990s, there was an explosion of interest in single-ended triode (SET) amplification. This was spearheaded by two great Japanese designers, Hiroyasu Kondo of Audio Note and Nobu Shishido of WAVAC. Both men designed and built stunning SET amplifiers that were just as much works of art as electronic components. We're talking hand-wound silver-wire transformers and custom-made coupling caps. While they were indeed quite wonderful, they were also on the pricey side. You could still pick up a soldering iron and if were brave enough, make one of your own. Audio Note and Bottlehead still sell reasonably-priced kits. But what if the smell of fresh solder makes you queasy? What are you to do? I first became aware of Line Magnetic a few years ago when I noticed on line that a new audio salon here in Austin started carrying their equipment. Their prices seemed right. I wanted to drop by and listen. It was always on my "to do" list.
---> Line Magnetic 218ia Int. Amp. Review.

 

 

Focal Utopia Headphones Review (2022 Version)

Focal Utopia Headphones Review (2022 Version)
After six years on sale, Focal's flagship headphone receives a comprehensive revision, drawing on the company's speaker expertise to stay competitive.
Review By Ed Shelly
2016 was the point when Focal's commitment to the headphone category stepped up a gear. Up to then, the company had been content to produce relatively affordable models, contesting the newly created 'nomad' category of headphones that could be used both at home and on the move, but the release of three considerably more expensive models marked a shift upmarket and much of the credibility that underpinned this was supplied by the flagship. As well as making use of the Utopia name for the first time on a headphone, Focal also employed beryllium for a driver material.
---> Focal Utopia Headphones Review (2022 Version).

 

 

LessLoss BlackGround 10X Power Base Review A technology that supplements existing power conditioners.

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LessLoss BlackGround 10X Power Base Review
A breakthrough technology that minimizes ambient EMI in the listening environment with stunning results.
Review By Rick Becker
Louis Motek is a scientist who thinks about electricity beyond the wire. He's up there in that class of audio savants with Ted Denny of Synergistic Research, the late Jack Bybee, Rick Schultz of the former High Fidelity Cables, and likely a few others. A look at his website will tell you a lot about him. To call him an engineer borders on insult, but he's one of those, too. He works with an actual electrical engineer at LessLoss, Vilmantas "Vil" Duda, who presumably keeps Louis from violating any laws of physics. Like other innovators in high-end audio, Louis has developed a legion of followers. One of them in Germany is responsible for tuning me into LessLoss. I was grateful for the opportunity to review his Firewall 640X, Firewall for Loudspeakers, Entropic C-MARC Power Cord, and Bindbreaker footers back in March 2022.
---> LessLoss BlackGround 10X Power Base Review.

 

 

Boulder 866 Stereo Integrated Amplifier Review

Boulder 866 Stereo Integrated Amplifier Review
A true standard of excellence.
Review By Robert S. Youman
The journey continues. In pursuit of the finest in high-end audio stereo integrated amplifiers, last month I auditioned the Aavik I-580 from the Audio Group Denmark. The I-580 certainly deserved its position as the flagship integrated within the Aavik lineup, but it has just recently been upstaged by the new Aavik I-880. Stay tuned, as I will have an opportunity to review the I-880 early on in 2023. Next up is the esteemed Boulder 866 integrated which is the focus of this review. Following that, it seems that I will also have some time with the Vinnie Rossi Brama integrated and the D'Agostino Progression integrated. Hang in there with me folks! Without question, 2023 is going to be a fantastic year for integrated amplifiers!
---> Boulder 866 Stereo Integrated Amplifier Review.

 

 

On the Road Again: Featuring Greg Weaver's Home Audio System

On The Road Again: Featuring Greg Weaver's Home Audio System
The New Apartment Lounge's Maurice Jeffries visits the Audio Analyst at home for the third time.
Report By Maurice Jeffries
What would we do without the much beloved road trip? The promise of exploring parts known, and better yet completely unknown, especially in the wake of the Covid Pandemic, strikes many like as perfect balm to months of virus-driven isolation. So, when my dear friend and fellow audio miscreant, Greg Weaver (known to many of you as the audio analyst, famous for his scrupulously detailed show reports and recent highly informative and entertaining foray into the fractious world of YouTube audio reporting), teased with the promise to hear a tantalizing array of new gear, to tussle with a new puppy (a 100 lbs. Great Dane named Stella), and most importantly, to reconnect face-to-face, I leapt into action.
---> Featuring Greg Weaver's Home Audio System.

 

 

The Premium Audio Experience Is On Fire As We Enter 2023

The Premium Audio Experience Is 'Fire' As We Enter 2023
More luxury events, more equipment, and most important more music lovers.
Editorial By Steven R. Rochlin
As we wish the challenging past few years farewell, I predict 2023 is the year of increased growth and maturity within the luxury audio sector. With more manufacturers and new product launches than ever within the history of high-end audio, this great expanse provides music lovers with an amazing array of choices to satisfy their aural desires. During 2022, luxury hi-fi shows were in full swing all around the world. Furthermore, the great strength of our industry shines brightly as used gear prices have been on the increase too. Like luxury cars, timepieces, etc, the proof is always showcased within the used marketplace as new developments take the forefront in technical and artistic prowess. We all know the past few years have brought many challenges from supply chain and parts availability plus slow shipping and other undesirable disruptions.
---> The Premium Audio Experience Is 'Fire' As We Enter 2023.

 

 

Interview: Andrija Curkovic Of Hi-Fi Media

Interview: Andrija Curkovic Of Hi-Fi Media
The advantage of today's audio is easy distribution of music.
Interview By Wojciech Pacuła
On this occasion we exchanged a few words about the Internet and printed press with Andrija Curkovic, editor-in-chief of Hi-Fi Media — and not coincidentally. The magazine run by Andrija moved to a digital platform two years ago, after 25 years of being published in print. As you will read below, the reasons were similar. However, just like the Positive Feedback magazine, which had also been published in print for a long time, he succeeded, in exchanging the material world for a virtual one. Andrija Curkovic, editor-in-chief of the online Hi-Fi Media magazine, tells Wojciech Pacula about the transformation as well as his first musical and sonic fascinations, audio in former Yugoslavia and present-day Croatia.
---> Interview: Andrija Curkovic Of Hi-Fi Media.

 

 

Aavik R-180 Phono Preamplifier Review

Aavik R-180 Phono Preamplifier Review
Born To Invent: It seems as if Michael Borresen was born with a special passion for tinkering and inventing. With his smallest phono preamplifier Aavik R-180, he impressively demonstrates this once again.
Review By Michael Lang

Finally, something different! That was my first impression when taking a look at the new devices from Danish manufacturer Aavik. They are more compact than what we are used to from hi-fi and high-end and have only three buttons, but feature numerous curves and a housing that is not bursting with aluminum. The value of a device is not measured by its looks and its weight at Aavik. Instead, the design is Scandinavian in its straightforwardness and simplicity – not wholly without a reason, though, as we will discover later. In addition, a large display with red letters, which of course can be dimmed or switched off, is to be found. It even allows older listeners to recognize the selected settings from a distance. By the way, the two larger models R-280 and R-580 are characterized by the same simplicity.
---> Aavik R-180 Phono Preamplifier Review.

 

 

Roon: A Short Story Martin Colloms has become a Roon convert – Here he charts his path to 'Roonification'; using the company's Nucleus+ Core unit. Review By Martin Colloms

Nucleus+ Core Unit And XLCR Power Supply Review
Roon: A Short Story
Martin Colloms has become a Roon convert – Here he charts his path to 'Roonification'; using the company's Nucleus+ Core unit.
Review By Martin Colloms
I'd encountered Roon music playing and cataloguing software on a few occasions, as well as its predecessor, the Sooloos music storage and handling system, with its attractive graphical presentations of tracks, artwork and music cataloguing. Acquired by Meridian some years ago as the heart of its streaming solution, Sooloos was later spun off as a separate company, eventually becoming Roon in 2015. But the heart of the system has remained: an informative, easy to use music management system, based on extended metadata and intelligent cataloguing of content. It has seen several iterations bringing it to the present level of refinement – in fact to a level where I felt that I just had to try it out.
---> Nucleus+ Core Unit & XLCR PS Review.

 

 

 

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