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Acora Acoustics

Acora Acoustics at Common Wave Hi-Fi in Los Angeles | EVENT

“Jazz is Dead” a sign proclaims next to a picasso-esque portrait of Miles Davis deep into his horn. Duality is everywhere in Common Wave Hi-Fi, the Kissa-esque audio loft in Downtown Los Angeles run by Wes Katzir; rare Japanese jazz records line the walls, sharing space with vintage handheld game consoles, Parliament Funkadelic posters, Asian sculpture

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Wilson Audio Chronosonic XVX at Evolution Home Theater

The Wilson Audio Chronosonic XVX is the second largest loudspeaker in the Wilson Audio catalog. Hard to believe, isn’t it? Standing at almost 74-American-inches tall, with a waistline circumference of nearly 100-American-inches, and a weight per speaker of 685-American-pounds the Chronosonic XVX is a sight (and sound) to behold. “Moderation is a fatal thing. Nothing

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TAD GE1

TAD Laboratories Grand Evolution One (TAD-GE1)

Technical Audio Devices Laboratories (TAD) is a sleeping giant in the American high-end home audio market. Having a neutral sound that derives its strongest attributes from the most prestigious recording, mixing, and mastering studios around the globe. Less stylized and more matter of fact, with the right electronics the overall presentation can be more than

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María Dueñas

María Dueñas Homage 1770 | REVIEW

Fresh off the heels of her turning the classical world on its head with a bold interpretation of the ‘Beethoven violin concerto’ style in ‘Beethoven & Beyond’, Spanish violinist and composer María Dueñas reaches further into her bag of tricks to unleash on the classical world something foundational and breathtakingly original with her latest work,

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GranTurismo Folgore

Sonus Faber X Maserati at The Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance

Sonus faber partnering with fellow Italian maker of dream machines Maserati, created a one of a kind experience that took place alongside this year’s Pebble Beach event. The Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance began in tandem with the Pebble Beach Road Races in 1950, but in truth the Concours was a last-minute addition — a social

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Bowers Wilkins

Bowers & Wilkins 600 Series, a Music Lover’s First Step into True Sound

Not everyone has to start somewhere, and for that reason “high-end home audio” for us begins with products like the Bowers & Wilkins 800 Series Diamond flagship line of speakers. Throughout the history of their lineage, they have graced some of the most renowned recording studios in the world. Ever heard of Abbey Road Studios?

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Wilson Audio Sasha V

Wilson Audio Sasha V

The time has come, and the new Wilson Audio Sasha V loudspeaker has arrived. Oddly though, this new speaker stirs up fond memories. I remember it clearly, personally reaching out with praise-in-hand to various members of the American based Wilson Audio family just after the launch of the first Sasha model loudspeaker over a decade

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Avantgarde, Phasemation, Esoteric, dCS, American Sound of Canada | AXPONA 2023

Angie Lisi of American Sound of Canada, who has recently taken on Rethm, and had some hiding in a second system in her large top-floor suite at Axpona 2023 was also rocking a number of other cool brands. Among them, Phasemation, Esoteric’s Magne-drive magnetic drive turntable, a full dCS Vivaldi Apex stack, and a pair

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