Last batch got snatched up pretty quick. Fastest fingers first! Most of our prototypes are based off models that we have repaired before. We won't disclose the models, though. Dm us to know the lineup/prices.
Con un nuevo termostato y gabinetes de instalación DIN-RAIL, un atenuador universal de alta potencia y un controlador LED, Crestron le ofrece aún más soluciones de control ambiental residencial.
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Auriculares profesionales (de referencia). Clear Professional es una herramienta indispensable para profesionales exigentes. Su único objetivo: ofrecer la referencia suprema a fin de garantizar la calidad de transferencia del trabajo efectuado. Integra una evolución significativa del altavoz, así como un diseño extremadamente abierto que permite olvidar los auriculares en provecho de la señal de audio. Clear Professional es discreto y provee una sensación de escucha propia de los mejores bafles de monitorización. El altavoz Focal de banda ancha totalmente abierto en la parte trasera ya se ha vuelto célebre. La nueva bobina de cobre de la cúpula con perfil "M" de aluminio/magnesio ofrece un respeto total de la dinámica del espectro audio, un grave articulado y controlado. La escasa masa del equipo móvil del altavoz permite reproducir los más ínfimos detalles en las altas frecuencias. El diseño de la diadema y los yugos garantiza una buena adaptación de los auriculares sobre el cráneo, para un confort óptimo. La nueva generación de almohadillas de microfibra perforada proporciona un diseño extremadamente abierto. #listenbeyond#focal#clearproffesinal#audioresearch#audience#hugesound#vinil#turntable#tubeamp#phonostage#hifi#audiophile#hiendaudio#reference#homeaudio#wullichsa
My current setup = Paradigm Monitor Atoms v6 speakers, Marantz NR1602 receiver, Pro-Ject RPM 1.3 Genie, Nagaoka MP-200 stylus, NAD PP2E preamp, Monster HDP 2500 power conditioner, and components housed on a Sanus rack.
10032 hours ago
From #Burmester of Germany, the 089 CD player, 088 preamplifier and 911 power amplifier, connected to a pair of the Amati Futura from Sonus Faber.
I am streaming a lot of music these days. I wanted to try #MQA in the least expensive way, so I picked up an @_audioquest_#DragonflyBlack ($100) to play MQA tracks on @tidal. MQA is a controversial digital music format and I’m not going to try to explain or argue it is a legitimate hi-rez digital format. I will say that for twenty bucks a month, Tidal is damn convenient and a hell of a value. It’s a music streaming subscription with CD quality (at minimum) and often better than CD quality streaming (Tidal HiFi) from a deep catalog. The MQA tracks (called Masters) sound great. Do the MQA tracks sound as good as similar resolution lossless tracks? I don’t know, but they sound better than CDs and Spotify MP3 tracks by far. And given you can stream them, they can’t be beat. The difference between audio hi-rez and CDs is not as profound as video’s VHS to Blu-Ray, but hi-rez audio is better than standard digital: more detail and a more open soundstage. In general, a more natural sound.
And it it just got better, because Tidal Masters are now available on your #iOS device - previously MQA tracks were only available on the desktop application and #Android ). However, you can’t take advantage of this new feature on your iOS device without a DAC (don’t get haughty Android fans, neither can you). See this post for more details. For me, the DAC of choice is an AudioQuest Dragonfly Black. The Dragonfly is a DAC, preamplifier and headphone amplifier that looks like a USB stick. The Dragonfly has processing capabilities to 24-bit/96kHz resolution, it has MQA capabilities and best of all it is only a hundred bucks. If you want portability and don’t have an audiophile or record collector’s budget, yet you care about great sound, this combo is recommended: Tidal streaming, smartphone or tablet, anMQA compatible DAC and good pair of headphones or stereo rig you can aux cord into
The Dragonfly works great with a desktop or laptop computer too.
Better sound takes some extra effort and some additional cost, but it is worth it. With services like Tidal and products like the Dragonfly Black, the barrier to entry for great sound has never been easier or cheaper. #audiophile#hifi
Tonight’s spin is @vinylmeplease’s new reissue of @wearedelasoul’s seminal 1989 album 3 Feet High and Rising, one of my all-time favorite hip-hop albums. I’ve realized recently that I pretty much have only covered rock bands with white dudes in them, so I’m going to try and diversify a bit over the next few weeks.
This record fucking rules for so many reasons, from the absolutely masterful and brilliant sampling throughout, to the electrifying vitality of its three MCs (those being Posdnuos, Trugoy and Maseo), this album is just a blast from beginning to end. In my eyes, this album and Paul’s Boutique by Beastie Boys are the two most important records for showing how sampling could change modern hip-hop and create a new musical template for the genre. The samples on this record are truly all over the place, and sitting down and listening to it demands your attention – there will be moments where even if you’ve never heard the album, you’ll say to yourself “where have I heard this before?” Now, samples do not a record make, and thankfully the songs themselves are timeless classics. My favorite is still The Magic Number, and maybe that has something to do with my lifelong affinity for Schoolhouse Rock, but it also slaps something fierce.
As usual, VMP continues to knock it out of the park with their pressings. This is a double LP on clear, multicolor splatter. Splatter LPs tend to be pretty noisy, but this is one of the quietest, flattest albums in my entire collection. The remaster was done from the original analog tapes by Rick Essig. It is about as vibrant as it can be, since due to the nature of the album itself it will never be a truly “audiophile” recording. All things considered, it sounds pretty damn good, and really bumps at a high volume. Buy this and crank it up!
5813 hours ago
🇸🇬DITA • OSLO 金銀油浸線
Janes Addiction - Self Titled
First US Printing, 1987 Triple X Records
While I was at a perfect age in the early 90's for Alternative music to grab me, other than Alice In Chains, Primus Soundgarden.....it didn't. I was a metal kid and before long a Punk/Hardcore kid. Alternative pretty much passed me by, and that was fine. But as I get older I enjoy going back to see what I missed, for better or worse. And a tape collection I recently aquired is helping me do that. Tons of alternative. I've heard "Jane Says" and "Been Caught Stealing" a million times, but neither of them made me want to do a deep dive on Janes Addiction. Maybe I should. This is their debut album, which is a live album they recorded for small label Triple X records, which sparked a bidding war for their services. And only forming two years before this, Janes Addiction were still a baby band. While most tracks on this have since been re recorded, this is a hell of a debut. These guys could lay down a Hard rocking groove. Dave Navarro is a very underrated guitar player amd the rhythm section of Stephen Perkins and Eric Avery are super tight with just the right amount of funk for their music. And while I can usually give or take Perry's vocals, they are great here. If you're into Alternative and have never heard this, check it out. It's surprisingly good. It peters out near the end, but has enough great moments to make it worthwhile.
Lou Reed - Street Hassle (Arista – AB 4169, 1978 & Arista – 07822-18499-2, 1991) Lou showing those upstart ‘78 punks what kind of hustles can still be found out on those gritty NYC streets. Bruce stops in to say “hi” (what’s the story behind that matchup, btw?) Some frenetic “live” tracks round out this dizzy, eclectic whirlwind.
4814 hours ago
Vinyl Feature: Business As Usual by Men at Work (1981).
The debut album by the group features the hits "Who can it be now?" and "Down Under".
Found this at the local record store at a great price. Just had to add it to my collection.