The Absolute Sound (TAS) has just published its brand new and biggest ever Buyer’s Guide to Loudspeakers. The 2016 edition covers all types of speakers, from floorstanders, stand-mounts and desktops to planars and horns, across a range of price brackets.
The magazine’s review team has mulled over the world’s top models and picked out a select few to provide audiophiles with an easy-to-navigate PDF guide, available as a free download.
Continue reading Gamut, Raidho & Magnepan in The Absolute Sound’s Buyer’s Guide to Loudspeakers 2016
If you’re in the market for one heck of a pair of high-performance loudspeakers but feel daunted by the array of choices on offer, check out the latest issue of The Absolute Sound. The October 2016 edition of the US audiophile magazine includes in-depth reviews of six ‘super speakers’, including the Gamut RS3i – the little guy with the surprisingly big soundstage.
Continue reading Gamut RS3i among The Absolute Sound’s ‘6 Super Speakers’
Dorset-based specialist high-end hi-fi retailer Stone Audio is delighted to announce a very special event on Friday 8th and Saturday 9th April, to celebrate the arrival of an amazing new range of Gamut Audio products.
Continue reading Stone Audio to host special Gamut event 8th-9th April
Audiophiles, are you sitting comfortably? Moreover, is your chair playing an active role in the quality of your listening experience? If not, then you may need one of these…
Continue reading World’s first ‘listening chair’ makes waves at CES: introducing the Gamut hi-fi Lobster Chair
Gamut, internationally renowned Danish manufacturer of state-of-the-art audio components, is delighted to announce the launch of its new cost-no-object masterpiece: the Zodiac loudspeaker.
If you’re already a fan of Gamut’s superlative RS Series (and let’s face it, if you’ve heard them, you will be), then you’re in for one heck of a treat. The new hot-off-the-press Zodiac is a further development of the pride of the RS Series, the huge RS9.
Continue reading CES 2016 exclusive: world debut of new ‘masterpiece’ Gamut Zodiac loudspeaker
“This is the definitive guide to the best home entertainment kit you can buy,” writes Kobina Monney, editor of the What Hi-Fi? Buyer’s Guide in the magazine’s February issue.
And the stakes just got higher: the Guide has recently undergone a major overhaul and now features a considerably streamlined list of ‘Best Buys’. So who made the cut?
Continue reading Aesthetix, Clearaudio, Gamut & IsoTek among new What Hi-Fi? ‘Best Buys’
‘The Gamut sound’ from Danish high-end hi-fi brand Gamut Audio has been developing quite a reputation in 2015 and what better way to bring the year to a close than with a coveted Gold Award for ‘Best Sound’ at the New York Audio Show.
Continue reading Gamut receive Gold Award for ‘Best Sound’ at New York Audio Show
Now in its third year, specialty high-end audio event Hi-Fi Show Live is rapidly becoming a highlight of the UK consumer tech calendar.
Hosted by Hi-Fi News magazine, the show took place on 24-25 October 2015 in Windsor, UK, and featured some of the very finest audio brands on the planet.
More than ten brands from the DDPR client portfolio exhibited at the show, pulling out all the stops to deliver an impressive range of demos, workshops, new product launches and advance sneak previews. Continue reading David Denyer PR clients pull out all the stops at Hi-Fi Show Live 2015
It’s that time of year again. No, not Christmas, but a feast of dreams nonetheless! Every December, Hi-Fi News & Record Review publishes its much-anticipated Yearbook, highlighting the year’s most desired, delectable and memorable audio goodies from around the globe.
This year’s bumper 172-page issue includes among its treats DS Audio’s DS-W1 optical phono cartridge, ADL’s H128 headphone and Gamut’s D3i/M250i pre and mono power amps. Continue reading Hi-Fi News Yearbook: ADL, DS Audio & Gamut among ‘ultimate’ hi-fi of 2015
Earlier this year, What HiFi? magazine reviewed Danish brand Gamut’s starter £15,000 pre/power amplifier pairing, the D3i/D200i. “It impressed us so much that we decided to swap our long-serving reference Bryston amps for the Gamut combination,” said technical editor Ketan Bharadia.
“That’s not the kind of thing we do often or lightly,” he added. “The Brystons have been our reference for the best part of a decade – but it just shows how highly we rate the Gamut pairing.”
What HiFi? thought it only right that they found out a little bit more about the company, and so travelled to Denmark for a peek behind the scenes at Gamut.
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