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Denon announces the AH-D7000, a pair of ultra-luxurious headphones

par Stéphane Dion

Denon announces the AH-D7000, a pair of ultra-luxurious headphones

Denon has just announced the release of a new high-end headphone, the AH-D7000. The new product, with a price tag of over $1100USD, is made from natural mahogany. With its microfiber diaphragms, “Acoustic Optimizer” sound pressure balancing technology, cloth-wrapped cable, gold-plated connectors, magnesium frame, as well as leather ear pads, this headphone will be sure […]

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The 170iTransport from Wadia

par Jean-François Gagnon

The 170iTransport from Wadia

Wadia is a company that specializes in high-end audio equipment such as CD players, transports, DACs (digital-to-analog converters) and ADCs (analog-to-digital converters). They’ve just put out their latest creation, the 170iTransport. It’s a transport that was developed in collaboration with Apple that enables direct reading of the information contained in any generation iPod. This technology […]

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Zeppelin or Music Cocoon?

par Jean-François Gagnon

Zeppelin or Music Cocoon?

iPod docks are leading the revolution in the world of mini stereo systems. Bringing together high-brow design aesthetics with advanced technology, two models in particular distinguish themselves. The Zeppelin from B&W will floor you. It’s almost a work of art. (I’m not exaggerating, take a look!). The seductive design makes the Zeppelin a tremendously beautiful […]

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Entry-level hi-fi mini-systems: a smart choice in some cases.

par Jean-François Gagnon

Entry-level hi-fi mini-systems: a smart choice in some cases.

Mini hi-fi stereo systems can be found from anywhere between 100 to 300$ from such brands as Sony and Panasonic Though the price is attractive, these smaller systems only respond to certain particular needs. For example, if you happen to have a nice collection of cassette tapes, you’ll have no choice but to opt for […]

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