Part 1 of the New York Audio Show coverage is now online over at The Absolute Sound. Hit the graphic for the link! I’ll have some more coming soon, with lots of pictures!
I actually had a good time with the Stereophile chaps this weekend (shh!). Had a tasty lunch with Michael Lavorgna and Stephen Mejias on Friday, and pretty much chased Ariel Bitran around all weekend. Okay, “chased” is […]
Every show leaves me with a handful of rooms that either didn’t work, didn’t work for me, weren’t actually functional, weren’t demoing music, or defied any easy classification. Nonetheless, I have pics of them worth […]
Lessloss was showing the Kaiser Acoustics Vivace “High Performance Loudspeaker”, which starts at $42,500 depending on finish; they looked very impressive in Lamborghini Orange. Fitted out with Scanspeak drivers and a Mundorf AMT tweeter, the […]
Innovative Audio room filled a relatively small room with some big gear. The big black $27,900 Wilson Sasha loudspeakers were set up along the long wall, driven by the $18,000/pair VTL MB450 Series III amplifiers […]
Gideon Schwartz’ Audio Arts room showcased a prototype speaker from Zellaton, the just-released $59,750 Concert. Details, such as impedance and sensitivity, are all forthcoming and should be posted online by next week. Feeding these speakers […]
All that glitters is not gold. Clearly. Because chrome glitters quite brightly, thank you very much. And the big HRX turntable that Peter Lederman, the Soundsmith, brings to each show sure has lots of little […]
On Saturday morning, Stereophile’s John Atkinson chaired an “Ask the Editors” panel. Interestingly, I was not invited to sit on this august panel, though I’m sure it was merely an oversight. Next time. Anyway, please […]