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Rosson Audio Design RAD-O planar magnetic headphones
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Rosson Audio Design RAD-O planar magnetic headphones

Take a planar magnetic driver, add a range of exceptional - and occasionally wild - finishes, and you have the makings of a great set of headphones, argues Simon Lucas.
FinkTeam Kim stand-mount loudspeaker
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FinkTeam Kim stand-mount loudspeaker

FinkTeam uses Star Trek names, and this two-way stand-mount is named after Ensign Kim from Star Trek: Voyager. He's the one that always bounced back no matter what. Steve Dickinson might not be a big Trekker, but he thinks there's a lot of good to hear in the Kim.
Keith Monks Audio Works Prodigy Hero image
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Keith Monks Audio Works Prodigy Record Cleaning machine

Jimmy Hughes has a record collection that's the envy of many reviewers, music collectors and even some music libraries. That collection needs cleaning, and Keith Monks is the answer!
SOtM sMS-200ultra NEO SE
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SOtM SMS-200 Ultra Neo SE, TX-USB Ultra SE and SPS 500 SE streaming system

South Korea has long been a centre of excellence for electronics. That reputation is now moving on to high-performance audio, thanks to brands like SOtM. Jason Kennedy investigates.

Gold Note PH-1000 Hero Image
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Gold Note PH-1000 phono stage

Innovative, comprehensively-specified, highly adjustable phono stage from the Italian experts, Gold Note.

Allnic Audio H5500 phono stage
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Allnic Audio H-5500 phono stage

The all-valve phono stage has long been reborn, but Allnic Audio takes what's best about the past and mixes it with the latest in manufacturing techniques, to make something altogether special!

Boenicke Audio W8 SE+ floorstanding loudspeaker
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Boenicke Audio W8 SE+ floorstanding loudspeaker

The little floorstanding loudspeaker that could! Boenicke Audio has a reputation for making a fantastic sound from a very small footprint, and this small, high performance floorstander is no exception.

Manley Stingray II integrated amp
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Manley Labs Stingray II integrated amplifier

That fine combination of great sound and no-nonsense performance... it has to be a Manley!

Robert Koda K-15 EX preamplifier
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Robert Koda K-15 EX line preamplifier

No remote, not enough gain, and costs as much as a Mercedes, but the Robert Koda K-15 EX might just be the best line preamplifier ever!

Shunyata Research QR-s power cord
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Shunyata Research Omega QR-s power cord and DF-SS cable elevators

Shunyata Research spent three years trying to make its Omega QR power cord better and the QR-s is the result. Add in the DF-SS cable elevators and you might just have power perfection.

Innuos PhoenixNet network switch
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Innuos PhoenixNet network switch

Jason Kennedy tries the latest product from networked audio experts Innuos; the PhoenixNet network switch!

Russ Andrews RANS-1
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Russ Andrews RANS-1 Network Switch

The Russ Andrews RANS-1 approaches the network switch in a classic audiophile way; it separates the boxes into ‘gubbins’ and ‘power supply’, then uses higher-grade components in both to get the best possible performance out of the ‘gubbins’ part.

REL Serie T/7x
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REL Serie T/7x subwoofer

REL's latest three-strong Serie Tx is the company's new entry-level subwoofer range, and Alan Sircom thinks the middle Serie T/7x is in the musical sound-reinforcing sweet-spot.

Enleum AMP-23R
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Enleum AMP-23R integrated amplifier

Enleum is a new brand from the Korean audio electronics experts Bakoon, and the AMP-23R integrated amplifier is the first product from the new line. Jason Kennedy is impressed!

Rogers LS3/5A SE stand-mount loudspeakers
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Rogers LS3/5A SE stand-mount loudspeakers

The LS3/5A is an iconic design. Change it at your peril. Rogers is a classic maker of LS3/5A loudspeakers, and they just modified the LS3/5A. The LS3/5A SE replaces the front baffle of the loudspeaker with a new material and improves the sound. Will there be pitchforks and torches ready to burn the heretics, or does it make a good speaker better, asks Alan Sircom.

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