The September issue of Hi-Fi Choice magazine features “Six great-sounding solutions for intimate listening at home or for when you want to be able to enjoy your sounds while on the move.” Among the selected six is Mr Speakers top-of-range Voce headphone. Continue reading Mr Speakers Voce headphone receives the full five stars & Hi-Fi Choice Recommended badge
David Denyer’s R2R blog, https://thereeltoreelrambler.com has just announced some exciting news! This autumn, David and a range of audiophile colleagues will showcase and celebrate reel-to-reel master tape at the UK’s biggest high-end hi-fi show in Ascot on 26th and 27th October.
Miyajima has earned a worldwide reputation for his superb artisanal phono cartridges. The company’s entry level stereo cartridge, the Takumi, is now also available in a new enhanced ‘L’ edition.
Never one to rest on its laurels, Japanese audio accessories brand Furutech has once again further extended its range of high-performance power connectors with the addition of three new IEC models, which are positioned just under the range topping FI-50.
Noriyuki Miyajima has earned a worldwide reputation for his superb artisanal phono cartridges. The Infinity Mono is the company’s new top monaural model.
David Denyer is delighted to be working with UK audio distributor Electromod to support the promotion of the Mr Speakers brand of headphones. Mr Speakers is a US-based, high-performance headphone brand founded and run by Dan Clark, an electrical engineer with more than twenty years’ experience in the high-end hi-fi sector.
“Don’t be fooled by the compact exterior,” says the magazine’s July 2019 issue, “this is one of the best standmounts that [reviewer] Adam Smith has ever heard.”
“I have no hesitation in telling you that this is something you ought to hear before spending one thin dime on another cartridge of similar or higher price.” Art Dudley is clearly very impressed by Noriyuki Miyajima’s Saboten L, the cartridge with the cactus-spine cantilever.
German brand Dual was once the biggest turntable manufacturer in Europe and its name was on most music-lovers’ lips throughout the vinyl heydays of the ’60s, ’70s and ’80s. If you wanted a really good record player that was easy to use and highly affordable, then Dual was on your list. What Hi-Fi? has just reviewed the fourth generation of one of the brand’s classic 1980s decks. Continue reading What Hi-Fi? magazine comes over all nostalgic for Dual’s CS 505-4 deck
David Denyer PR is delighted to announce a new working relationship with London-based Townshend Audio.