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New sensations: The radically different Magnepan .7 speakers

The Magnepan .7 redefines the state of the art for affordable high-end speakers.

By May 16, 2015


Magnepan's ultraskinny speakers make big, fat sound

The Magnepan Super MMG system features a pair of 4-foot-tall, 1.25-inch-thick panels, and a separate but equally svelte woofer!

By September 14, 2013


The Audiophiliac Component of the Year: Schiit Ragnarok stereo amplifier

The Ragnarok amplifier is the brand's first to drive speakers and/or headphones, and it sounds like it means business.

By November 7, 2015


Come together: Rogue amplifier fuses the best of old and new tech

Straight out of Brodheadsville, Pa. comes an amp that uses vacuum tubes and Class D technology: the Rogue Sphinx is one of the sweetest amps around.

By February 12, 2014


CES: Will Magnepan's new speaker be an open window to the music?

Magnepan promises to redefine the sound of state-of-the-art flat-panel speakers at CES.

By December 29, 2010


Sonically speaking, what does a great speaker sound like?

It's a complicated question, because all of the best speakers sound very different from one another -- which one is right for you?

By June 15, 2013


Box speakers are so yesterday, check out Gallo's round Strada 2

Gallo's unique technology and design helped produce a speaker that's an equally accomplished performer for hi-fi, home theater, and desktop use.

By February 20, 2013


Are expensive speakers worth it?

High-end speakers look and sound better than the more affordable alternatives, but no one needs them -- or an iPhone 5, BMW or the latest digital camera.

By January 2, 2013


Wadia 151PowerDAC: A new state of the art for desktop amplifiers?

Wadia's USB digital-to-analog converter/stereo amplifier is a bona-fide triumph! Desktop audio never sounded this good before.

By April 29, 2012


Desktop audio never sounded this good before

The all-new Mini-Maggie System is a radical rethink of what desktop speakers can sound like.

By August 20, 2011