The Enzo is a modestly sized and modestly priced loudspeaker that may as well be a supercar as far as sensitivity is concerned. They are designed to work well with all types of music while being sensitive enough to be driven by a wide range of amplifiers from digital amps to tube amps to home theater receivers to integrated amplifiers.
LSA Standard Integrated Amplifier Well, I just returned home with a shiny new toy. What is this toy you might ask?? :”Why, it’s an LSA Standard Integrated Amplifier.” said Thomas. It’s like welcoming a mature son back home because a couple of years ago I owned the LSA Standards predecessor the DK Designs VS.1 Reference
Audiocubics R-cube Stereo Remote Volume Control We just received the Audiocubics R-cube for review. It’s a handsome slab of brushed aluminum with several choices of exotic solid wood remote controls that are included at no extra charge; an aluminum remote is also available at no extra charge. The R-cube is essentially a high quality volume
Jolida JD1000RC Tube Integrated Amplifier Hot off the press, we just received the Jolida JD1000RC Integrated Stereo Tube Amplifier in for review. We are preparing a review, catch it in the coming weeks. Jolida website JoLida Inc. 10820 Guilford Road, Suite 209 Annapolis Junction, MD 20701 Tel: (301) 953-2014 Fax: (301) 498-0554 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Neko Audio D100 Mk2 Hot off the press, we just received the Neko Audio D100 mk2 Stereo DAC. We are preparing a review, catch it in the coming weeks. Neko Audio website Neko Audio LLC P.O. Box 23405 San Jose, CA 95153 Tel: 408-476-3276 Email: email@example.com
Dayton Audio DTA-100a Recently, I bought a pair of Emerald Physics CS2′s. They require biamplification so I had to buy new amplifiers. Like many of you, I’ve been interested in Class T Digital power for several years so I ordered a pair of 50wpc Dayton Audio DTA-100a Class-T Digital Mini Amplifiers. At $99 each plus
Schiit Audio BiFrost DAC Yippee, my Schiit Bifrost in the house and I can’t wait to get it up and running. Yes, the name is pronounced exactly like it sounds. Schiit Audio was started by industry veterans Jason Stoddard formerly of Sumo Audio and Mike Moffat formerly of Theta. Needless to say, they have serious “street cred.” The