Allo Boss DAC


Allo Boss DAC: The Raspberry Pi (RPI) has one major problem with audio—the clocks coming from CPU can only output one frequency clock perfect (very close), resulting in major problems with audio files sampled at 44Khz (and multiple). Too much jitter on i2s clocks. So they invented the Kali but there is a second way. Read more ›

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Akiko Audio Tuning Chips


Akiko Audio always aspires to create a natural sound; a realistic and relaxed rendering that is able to convey to the listener the specific emotions of a performance. The Akiko Audio Tuning Chips resulted from the knowledge and insight they gained by developing their other tuning products over the past years. The energetic process has been developed entirely by themselves. Read more ›

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Erzetich Headphone Amplifiers


Erzetich headphone amplifiers (Bacillus, Bacillus Tilia and Perfidus) have gone under the knife. While their entrails are mostly untouched, the most obvious difference is now their appearance. Acrylic front panels have been replaced by 7 mm thick aluminum that demanded a different graphic approach along with some other tweaks and upgrades on their exterior. Read more ›

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Akiko Audio RCA Tuning Caps


To prevent the invasion of electro smog and dust many music lovers use the well-known RCA caps. Akiko Audio goes further than this, making the passive cap a part of the active tuning. Read more ›

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Akiko Audio Powercord Aerostar


The top range power cable from manufacturer Akiko Audio is now also available with the all-new Furutech FI-50 NCF plugs. This new design from Japan features Nano ceramic parts with piëzo-electrical properties, which, together with the very decent and thought-through construction, lower the noise floor and absorb unwanted vibrations. Read more ›

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ETI Research Kryo Audio Connectors


ETI Research Kryo Audio Connectors is made from Tellurium Copper and Silver Plated for not only superior conductivity but long lasting durability. The Housing is made from Brass for superior vibration damping and high EMI/RF noise rejection. As a final touch, Cryogenic treatment in the USA to a specific formula is then applied to each connector. Read more ›

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High Fidelity Cables MC-0.5 Magnetic Wave Guide


High Fidelity Cables from USA has released MC-0.5 Magnetic Wave Guide. Stereotimes’ most wanted component, The MC-0.5 is a magnetic conduction device. Covered under the connecter is a series of patented products. This unique device simply plugs into the wall to apply magnetic conduction to incoming electricity. The MC-0.5, once plugged into an extra outlet, delivers a dramatically cleaner, clearer music signal with better dynamics, realism and musicality. It is both more detailed as well as more relaxed-sounding at the same time. Read more ›

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Akiko Audio USB Tuning


Akiko Audio, from the Netherlands, has released the USB Tuning. Many music lovers use a computer in their high end audio system. A desktop computer or laptop however, is not designed for optimal music rendering and causes many interferences due to electromagnetic radiation, the way they are constructed (everything is built within one housing) and especially due to a poorly designed switched-mode power supply. Read more ›

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Sennheiser HD650 Headphones Review


Sennheiser electronic GmbH & Co. KG (branded Sennheiser) is a private German audio that was founded in 1945. In the last 07 decades, Sennheiser has become synonymous with high-quality products in all areas of recording, transmitting and reproducing sound. Sennheiser is also known for making some of the world’s most expensive planar magnetic headphones—the He1060 priced at USD 55K. Read more ›

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Sennheiser HD800 S Headphones


Sennheiser unveils new version of the HD 800 with improved mid and bass reproduction. The Sennheiser HD 800 is cherished by music lovers throughout the world for its brilliant sound image and impressive spatiality. With the HD 800 S, the audio specialist now presents a new version, which even surpasses the listening experience of its predecessor: Acoustically, the proven transducer technology and the innovative earcup design of the HD 800 are still being employed, while the sound image has once again been further optimized in the medium and low frequency range. Sennheiser has also enhanced the equipment level of the HD 800 S with the addition of a symmetrical XLR4 cable. The color was also slightly changed: the earcups of the new model are resplendent in a premium matte-black finish. Read more ›

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