Western Australian valve specialist Supratek, who has been building high-end valve amplification for more than 30 years, has launched a “world-first” LCR phono stage which will be incorporated into the company’s highly revered Cortese preamplifier.
Germany’s high-end audio specialist MBL has announced a new upgrade circuit board module donning the company’s current N31 CD player/DAC and 1611F DAC with Roon Ready capabilities.
IsoTek Systems, maker of highly acclaimed power products including quality AC cables, is now being represented in Australia and New Zealand via respected distribution company Interdyn.
In the early 1990s Halcro, back then a new Australian company, released a unique set of amplifiers, the dm Series, which took the high-end audio world by storm. Bearing an advanced design that made its circuitry look anything but audio-related, the amplifiers boasted of having the lowest distortion ever achieved in amplification.
Melco Syncrets Inc, known simply as Melco, maker of audiophile quality computer audio playback electronics, has announced the new D100 dedicated optical disc drive.
The very active Sydney Audio Club (SAC), which has been in steady growth since its inception in 2007, has announced the launching of its new website.
The highly acclaimed and versatile PH-10 phono stage from Florence’s Gold Note has been given an upgrade via a dedicated PSU-10 power supply which the company claims will provide a significant lift in audio performance.
Bowers & Wilkins Australia has just ramped up the desirability and affordability quotient with the announcement of a new initiative, for the local market, which makes the company’s comprehensively-wide and highly-acclaimed product range an even more attractive option.
Gryphon Audio Designs has announced the new Zena preamplifier which will replace both the single box Athena and the industrial design master stroke Mirage. At this stage, the Zena preamplifier provides the one-step-down choice below the flagship two-box Pandora.
Densen Audio Technologies (or just Densen as the company prefers it), one of Denmark’s premier electronics makers, has released the new Oxygen CAST streamer featuring Google’s Cast Audio technology.