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  • Electro-Voice EV-Six (EV-6)
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    Electro-Voice EV-Six (EV-6)

    8 years ago

    A friend of mine picked up a pair of Electro-Voice EV-six speakers from a little old lady in Western Massachusetts about six months ago. He's a tube amp freak, and loves the vintage gear. When I came over to have a listen, I didn't know what to...

  • Fix Adcom GFA 535 / 545 II - channels not working and/or
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    Fix Adcom GFA 535 / 545 II - channels not working and/or "thermal protection" light is on

    8 years ago

    Last week, after adding a Dynaco ST-70 tube amp and a DBX active crossover to my home theater (for the purpose of tri-amping my from main speakers), my living room's 15-amp circuit had had enough.  The result: on Friday my Adcom GFA 545 II...

  • Bi-amping and Tri-amping: Why and How
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    Bi-amping and Tri-amping: Why and How

    8 years ago

    The more you learn about stereo and home theater technology, the more you may hear about bi-amping or tri-amping your speakers. As somebody who has a tri-amped setup at home, I can tell you that it does make a big difference to the sound of your...

  • Wattage for Stereo and Home Theaters Explained
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    Wattage for Stereo and Home Theaters Explained

    2 years ago

    Wattage, watts-per-channel (wpc), power, and power-handling are all terms that get thrown around a lot at stereo and home theater stores.  With all the talk of watts and power, one would naturally think they're pretty important.  And power is...

  • Cambridge Soundworks SW1 and Slave Subwoofers Review
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    Cambridge Soundworks SW1 and Slave Subwoofers Review

    8 years ago

    Some say the Cambridge Soundworks' (CSW) SW1 Sub and Slave were the only good products the company ever made.  But some enthusiasts also grant such status to the original Ensemble system, which for a short time came with the SW1 and Slave...

  • Paradigm Studio Monitor Review
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    Paradigm Studio Monitor Review

    8 years ago

    Paradigm is well known as a "budget audiophile's" speaker company.  With speakers starting at less than $300 and going all they way up to nearly $10,000, Paradigm makes something for nearly every budget.  The Company is known for fidelity,...

  • Klipsch Heresy Review
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    Klipsch Heresy Review

    17 months ago

    A review of the famous Klipsch Heresy speakers.

  • Review of the McIntosh XR14 Loudspeaker
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    Review of the McIntosh XR14 Loudspeaker

    8 years ago

    The McIntosh XR-14 is an excellent-sounding loudspeaker from one of the most respected and long-storied American makers of HiFi equipment. McIntosh is perhaps best known for their amplifiers and pre-amps, both solid-state and tube. The Company was...

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