New York Audio Show 2013: Part 2

Okay, so this is a bit absurd, but yes, here it is, Part 2 of my coverage of the New York Audio Show, now online over at The Absolute Sound. And only a month late!

In all fairness, Part 1 has been online that whole time. So there.

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Enjoy The Music’s Steve Rochlin, rockin’ some sweet steampunk goggles.
Audeze’s Alex Rosson and a pair of prototype closed-back headphones
AK100 with Sennheiser Momentum headphones
Astell&Kern AK100

Sennheiser HD800
Sennheiser HDVD 800
Audeze steampunk art version of the LCD3
MAD stand-mount speakers with PureAudio electronics
Trio of Joseph Audio Pearl 3
Darcy Proper
Darcy Proper
D’Agostino preamplifier
D’Agostino Momentum stereo amplifier in black
Wilson Audio Alexia with D’Agostino Momentum
Amber Rubarth
Arnold Martinez of Tweak Studio
Peter Qvortrup of Audio Note UK
Audio Note UK
MAD Baron
Soulution 540 SACD and 530 Integrated
Allnic Audio integrated
Line in front of the Sensorium AVR demo
Lots and lots of MBL CD players used as DACs
MBL and JL Audio
E.A.R. SACD transport and matching DAC
Veloce Audio Saetta monoblock
GamuT Audio
Kronos turntable
Manley Labs 300b preamplifier
Red Wine Audio Signature 57 integrated and Isabella preamp
Vinnie Rossi and his full suite Renaissance Edition gear, with Harbeth 30.1
Red Wine Audio Liliana monoblock
Joseph Audio Pearl 3 Center Channel — see the brass footer sockets on the side?
Merrill Audio Veritas monoblock amplifier
Sanders Sound and Merrill Audio