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HolidayBuyer's Guide

Woo Audio WA7d tube headphone amplifier

Audioengine HD6 powered speakers

Audeze EL-8 headphones & Audeze Deckard headphone amplifier

Dynaudio Focus 600 XD audiophile wireless speakers

Stax SR-L700 electrostatic headphones

The man behind Koss headphones

ELAC stereo-integrated amplifier

EnigmAcoustics Dharma D1000 headphones & Athena A1 amp

Technics SE R1 Stereo Power Amplifier

DeVore Fidelity Gibbon X speakers

Mytek 'Brooklyn' digital converter/headphone amplifier

German Physiks Carbon Mk IV speakers

MA Recordings analog Reel-to-Reel tapes

Vivid Giya G3 speakers

The Audiophiliac spent three glorious days perusing the world's best gear at the Rocky Mountain Audio Fest in Denver. Take a gander at Woo Audio's WA7d tube headphone amplifier.

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Coming soon, the HD6 is easily the best sounding speaker from Audioengine.

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Audeze's made in the US headphones and amps wow audiophiles.

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Wireless, yet bona-fide audiophile sound quality speakers from Dynaudio!

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If clarity is key, other headphones can't touch the SR-L700.

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Meet Michael Koss Jr.

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Not just another amp, this one, coming later this year, has radically evolved bass management and auto calibration for speakers and subwoofers.

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The EnigmAcoustics Dharma D1000 headphones and Athena A1 tube headphone amplifier, elegant sound personified.

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Here's a ssleek 300 watts per channel amp for audiophiles who crave ultimate power.

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Made in Brooklyn, the Gibbon X will please the most discerning audiophiles

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When digital sounds best, it starts to sound like analog, at least it does over the Mytek Brooklyn! And yes, it's made in Brooklyn.

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These speakers project a 360 degree, omni-directional soundfield. These big speakers disappear as sound sources.

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MA Recordings' Todd Garfinkle with his company's very limited edition analog, reel-to-reel tape edition of his Bach Goldberg Variations album. MA Recordings are mostly available as CDs.

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The Vivid Giya G3 speakers were the Audiophiliac's pick for best sound at Rocky Mountain Audio Fest.

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