• Boenicke W11SE+ 
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  • Boenicke W22
  • The babies arrive!

  • Azzolina Audio Hadron Loudspeaker

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  • Living Voice
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  • Kiso Acoustic
  • New  Studio
  • Vox Olympian is now in Hong Kong
  • CAD Review
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  • Hong Kong 2016 High End Audio Show
  • CAD Ground Control Review
  • Living Voice - Lifetime Achievement Award
  • The Listening Experience
  • CAD Ground Control - HiFi+Review
  • Audio Technique features Living Voice and CAD
  • Audio Technique Article Sept 2016
  • Hong Kong Show 2013
  • Easter 2015, Audio Evidence meets Audio Note Japan!
  • Kondo Factory Visit
  • The Digital Domain
  • Garrard
  • Red Wine Audio

Living Voice


"The Living Voice OBX-R ($7000) was a very pleasant surprise. At first flush an unassuming medium-sized floorstander, the OBX-R produced amazing bass and dynamics that would be the envy of many much larger speakers. Designer Kevin Scott claims that mounting the crossover outside the speaker in a hefty box is largely responsible for the OBX-R's slam and coherence. A costly Scanspeak Revelator tweeter provides the silky top end. This is a speaker well worth going out of one's way to hear."
Stereophile, April 2002

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Nordic Concept


You thought you were an audiophile? Well chew on this: the Nordic Concept turntable has two different cabinets, one for the platter, and one for the motor and phono preamp. The idea is that the very thin belt minimizes any transfer of vibrations from the motor, and the huge platter further minimizes vibration and assures a perfectly flat surface for your records. They've got ceramic bearings, vibration damped cabinets, and an extra heavy puck for level adjustment - and did we mention the unconventional Nordic design? Of course this all comes at a price - $9,800 for the turntable without preamp, $15,500 with. Quality doesn't cheap, you know.


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