Just landed on our shores and available for auditioning are the mythical-God-named Triton Reference flagship speakers from America’s GoldenEar Technology. Inkeeping with the svelte design of its stablemates, the Triton Reference speakers do, however, take the concept to another level.
After a long absence from the Australian market, Oracle Audio returns with its entry level Origine turntable bearing the Canadian company’s trademark design elements, pleasing aesthetics and turntable manufacturing experience.
The new-look Young Mk.III DAC/preamplifier is the latest offering from Italy’s digital mavens M2Tech and enhances the features set and performance of its highly-acclaimed predecessor.
The Australian Hi-Fi & AV Show returns to Sydney and will be staged by the Chester Group at one of the city’s most beautiful hotels, the InterContinental Sydney near the historic ‘The Rocks’ area.
German analogue specialist Acoustic Signature’s Ascona turntable with upgraded platter system is now available for audition at Sydney Hi-Fi Castle Hill in the western suburbs of Sydney.
From the German analogue specialist Clearaudio comes the Concept Active turntable incorporating a novel idea that will simplify your turntable-based system while promising the excellent performance derived from the company’s comprehensive turntable design experience.
Italian audio specialist Gold Note has just dropped its top-end preamplifier in the P-1000. The new preamplifier is full featured and will accept an optional digital-analogue-converter board capable of high-resolution file playback.
Digital network player and server specialist Lumin has just announced new 8.04 firmware update that makes its top-shelf A1 Network Player Roon Ready, as are all Lumin Network Players.
A perfect matching partner for the Audia Flight FLS4 stereo power amplifier (review to come soon), the new FLS1 balanced preamplifier is a generously-featured control unit with a modular design that can accept a number of optional extras.
Advance Audio headquarters in Sydney’s Leichhardt was the venue for the Australasian launch of KEF’s new Q Series, now the company’s eighth generation of the highly popular line.
Despite the city’s thoroughly enticing distractions in the urban surf beaches and countless water-rimmed parks, Sydney, Australia has a vibrant audio enthusiast community. This was evidenced with the strong attendance at the Sydney Audio Club’s (SAC) 10th-anniversary barbeque and music meeting that took place on Sunday, July 9, 2017.