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The Audiophiliac's picks for best sound at the Rocky Mountain Audio Fest.
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.
Coming soon, the HD6 is easily the best
sounding speaker from Audioengine.
Audeze's made in the US
headphones and amps wow audiophiles.
Wireless, yet bona-fide
audiophile sound quality speakers from Dynaudio!
If clarity is key, other
headphones can't touch the SR-L700.
Meet Michael Koss Jr.
Not just another amp, this
one, coming later this year, has radically evolved bass management and auto calibration
for speakers and subwoofers.
The EnigmAcoustics Dharma D1000 headphones and Athena A1 tube headphone amplifier, elegant sound
Here's a ssleek 300 watts per channel
amp for audiophiles who crave ultimate power.
Made in Brooklyn, the Gibbon X will please
the most discerning audiophiles
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.
These speakers project a 360 degree,
omni-directional soundfield. These big speakers disappear as sound sources.
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.
The Vivid Giya G3 speakers were the Audiophiliac's pick for best sound at Rocky Mountain Audio Fest.
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