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Crisp and fast yet with a midrange able to wring every last drop of passion from a recording, the Koetsu legend lives on in the addictive sound of this 'Signature' MC
A high-end speaker for enthusiasts who can't quite stretch to Focal's £110,000 flagship model, the Maestro Utopia offers extremely precise mid-field monitoring
Jamo unveils a scaled-down version of its EISA award-winning R 909 open-baffle speaker at a more affordable price. If you have the space, then the R 907 will impress
A slick performance from a slick-looking speaker, successfully building on 30 years of know-how
Classic looks, balanced outputs and more power than the amp it replaces, the VS115 will not disappoint...
Is this a radiogram from the 1950s? No, it's a stunningly well-engineered CD/SACD player from the Harley-Davidson of hi-fi
The wait for the 'final standard profile' Blu-ray player is over, thanks to Panasonic's fully interactive DMP-DB50
A sliding armboard, a platter with additional weights, the choice of thread or belt drive...Yep, Dr Feickert has been busy again
The plinth-less, base-less Stabi S turntable now comes in 12in guise, with an extended Reference arm atop a longer chassis pole. There's the option of a second platter, too...
With its nude stylus and skeletal design, this limited edition flagship MC from Ortofon marks a departure for the Danish company. Is it a case of less is more?
Copious bass from small cones, but achieving good sound from the baby Audioplans is a game of two halves
Aimed at audiophiles, designed by architects... can GamuT's flagships take the golden ratio to new heights?
Harman introduces a substantial horn-loaded floorstander with outstanding imaging
This small transmission line speaker has been improved in many respects, but its fine sound hasn't changed in character
The Stingray valve amp has evolved steadily over the years and in its latest incarnation includes an iPod dock. Is that just an audiophile friendly add-on or is there more to it?
Renowned for its beautifully crafted turntables, Oracle's compact disc players are equally stunning design statements. This latest Canadian creation is no exception
Massively engineered and exquisitely finished, this Innovation/Universal/da Vinci turntable/arm/cartridge combination embodies a host of Clearaudio technologies
Pro-Ject adds yet another model to its turntable range - an elegant subchassis design which comes with a new carbon-fibre tonearm
With its ebony body and boron cantilever, this latest moving-coil from Switzerland's Benz Micro is a highly polished transducer
A sophisticated German with some likeable sonic traits
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