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Wednesday, 04 October 2006 ,  Written by
Krell Industries announces shipping of the Evolution 403 and 900 amplifiers from their recently introduced Evolution series. The Evolution-branded products extend the series with new power amplifiers that represent the culmination of 25 years of Krell design and manufacturing excellence.
Tuesday, 18 July 2006 ,  Written by
Outlaw Audio has introduced two new high power multichannel amplifiers featuring fully balanced differential topology for improved performance. The five-channel Model 7500 and seven-channel Model 7700 each deliver 200 Watts per channel into 8-Ohms, and 300 Watts into 4 Ohms (20 Hz – 20kHz, all channels driven) with a total harmonic distortion of less than 0.03%.
Thursday, 08 June 2006 ,  Written by
In a world that is dominated by the ever-increasing popularity of HDTVs and a wide variety of multi-channel surround sound systems, it is nice to know that 2-channel audiophiles can still find new high-end stereo products. In a break with the consumer electronics industry's long-standing infatuation with multi-channel audio, Onkyo has introduced a high-end two-channel digital integrated amplifier and a CD player.
Wednesday, 31 May 2006 ,  Written by
New Autobiased Signature MB-450 Power Amplifier and TP6.5 Phono Preamplifier, plus an upgrade for the Reference TL-7.5 Linestage Preamplifier. VTL has upgraded their TL-7.5 Reference Linestage Preamplifier. Four years after introducing the TL-7.5, VTL has revised it for an even better performance. The new design, known as the TL-7.5 Series II, adapts current gain technology developed for the new TP-6.5 Signature Phono Stage. The upgrade results in a lower overall gain (20dB-balanced, 14dB single ended), as well as a lower noise floor. During the R&D of the TP-6.5 phono stage we developed a high current circuit to resolve with very low background noise the small distances that a phono cartridge travels, and we have applied this thinking to the TL-7.5 Series II, said Luke Manley, President of VTL. This circuit delivers a wider frequency response, while maintaining the neutrality that the ...
Wednesday, 22 March 2006 ,  Written by Jerry Del Colliano
Recently, I visited one of the industry’s most famous and outspoken icons, Mark Levinson, at his New York loft, home to Red Rose Music and, as I was to learn, quite a few new projects. The one that was most compelling to me is Levinson’s Burwen Bobcat, which is a software and/or hardware solution to fixing the sound of sources that don’t sound as musical as we might expect from analog sources or, even better, the live event. One of Levinson’s long standing arguments is that digital music in a variety of forms is unnatural-sounding and even possibly has ill effects on your health. His software sets out to correct some of that and makes your music sound better, too.
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