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Revolv Premium Goat Hair Record Cleaning Brush (Mon, 22 Apr 2019)
Revolv Record Cleaner brush for Okki Nokki. At True Audiophile. Premium Goat Hair Record Cleaning Brush by Revolv Now at True Audiophile.  Don't have the budget for the authentic Okki Nokki Goat Hair brush? This one will do at less than half the cost. Pick up a couple for this price. [[.. Price: $14.95
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ELAC 4" OnWall 2-way, speakers by Andrew Jones. Raves (Wed, 17 Apr 2019)
ELAC 4" OnWall 2-way, speakers by Andrew Jones. ALL NEW ELAC 4" OW42 OnWall 2-way,  Ultra Narrow Speakers that Fit Anywhere. Now at True Audiophile. Price is for a PAIR When friend of True Audiophile, Andrew Jones went to ELAC and we h.. Price: $249.98
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NEW Audion Headphone Silver Night 300B Integrated amplifier (Fri, 12 Apr 2019)
NEW Audion 300B SET Headphone amp and speaker amp. At True Audiophile. Audion Silver Night 300B SET Integrated Headphone Amp and Media Center Exclusively imported by True Audiophile Audion spent the more than 7 years developing an SET Headphone amp that would be worthy of the Audion name. Trust us, we begged them to jump on the bandwagon an.. Price: $4,999.00
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NEW EAT Prelude Turntable. NOT What You're Thinking. (Tue, 09 Apr 2019)
NEW EAT Prelude Turntable at True Audiophile NEW EAT Prelude Turntable with 2M Red Ortofon Cartridge Now at True Audiophile "In our unending quest (yes really) to find turntables that break the mold of fitting every price point at the expense of value and quality, we happily present the EAT line. These ta.. Price: $1,195.00
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Emotiva Audio Airmotiv T2 loudspeaker (Tue, 23 Apr 2019)
Visit any consumer audio show these days and you'll see rooms full of systems costing from six to seven figures. Manufacturers like to put their best foot forward, and demoing systems with loudspeakers designed to sell for $50,000/pair and up (often up) seems an obvious way to go. It's also common for an audio company to launch its flagship models first, and only later release more affordable products, for a wider range of buyers. The hope is that the promotional shine of the dream products will be reflected onto the budget models. Tue, 04/23/2019
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dCS Rossini Transport SACD/CD transport (Tue, 23 Apr 2019)
The good-sounding products that pass through a reviewer's system fall into three categories: those he liked but felt little sense of loss about when they were sent back to the manufacturer or distributor; those he loved and could afford to purchase; and those he loved but that were financially out of reach. The Rossini Player from British company dCS, which I reviewed along with the Rossini Clock in our December 2016 issue, was an example of this last category: the Player costs $28,499, the Clock $7499. Tue, 04/23/2019
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ListenUp's Music Matters in Denver Wednesday & Thursday (Mon, 22 Apr 2019)
Wednesday April 24 and Thursday, April 25, starting at 5pm, Denver high-end audio retailer ListenUp (685 South Pearl Street, Denver, CO 80209, (303) 778-0780) is presenting its Music Matters 2019. Titled "Mastering the Art of Sound," the event will celebrate what's next in sound and the keynote speaker will be Stereophile's erstwhile Editor and now Technical Editor John Atkinson. Mon, 04/22/2019
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McIntosh Laboratory MC462 power amplifier (Fri, 19 Apr 2019)
It hit me not long ago: I need more Mac in my life! I promptly purchased the current production version of McIntosh Laboratory's time-honored MC275 tubed amplifier, to mate to the Mac C2300 tubed preamplifier I already owned. The recently reinvigorated debate in these pages comparing solid-state and single-ended tube designs got me to thinking. One thing led to another, and voilà! McIntosh's latest solid-state stereo amplifier, the MC462 Quad Balanced ($9000), arrived, bolted to a shipping pallet and encased in two big, heavy, nested boxes. All that packaging weighs 33 lb—the amp inside weighs 115 lb. If you want to lift it onto a rack, you'll need two people, a serious handcart, and a strong, deep shelf. Fri, 04/19/2019
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