Saturday, August 26, 2017

CH Precision Reference RCA Link

Price around €7500 1m

Wednesday, August 16, 2017

Studio Electric FSX

The top of the FS series. Available in custom finishes, including White, Piano Black, Figured Maple (shown) or Makassar Ebony.

FSX systems receive individually graded and tightly matched drivers to insure unsurpassed performance.

Extensive listening tests and burn-in at our shop, insure a speaker that will sound great right out of the crate!

Based on our highly regarded FS1 but with a few special touches!

FSX is a "3-driver + passive radiator" design. Mid-High components live in a seperate sealed enclousre from the low frequency sections. This robust speaker features a 1.5" baffle board and extensive internal bracing.

LF: SE HighXt™6.5" / 170mm /copolymer + 8" passive radiator
MF: SE HighXs™6.5" / 170mm /copolymer
HF: 1" / 25mm soft dome  
Frequency Response: 34Hz-22kHz
Sensitivity: 91dB @ 1W / 1 meter  
Recommended Amplifier Power: 75 to 450 Watts  
Impedance: 4 Ohms  
Crossover Frequencies: 80Hz / 3kHz
Construction: HDF and MDF with harwood veneers.
Cabinet Dimensions: (HxWxD): 45.5”x8.625"x22.125" (sans grill)  
Weight: 94 lbs. / 42.6kg (shipping weight: 104 lbs. / 47.2kg)

MSRP: $10,5000 -$11,500

Friday, August 11, 2017

Burmester - 40 years of nothing but the best

The new 159 Mono Blocks are Burmester’s most powerful amplifier ever built. The original concept, first shown at the Munich High-End show in 2016, was much more similar to the 909s in design. Like all Burmester products, they go through a concept phase then eventually over years of hard work come to the open market and into the hands of Burmester’s loyal customers and those looking for the best. We expect these new amplifiers to ship in 2018.

The 159’s are not as tall as the 909 but are much more substantial in stature being much deeper and very much heavier, estimated at 300+ lbs.

A fascinating design element is a sliding top on the 159’s. In order to power on the unit, you slide the massively heavy top towards the back, exposing the power lever and all the multiple damping factor settings of this world first design. Grab a hold of the power handle, something you would expect to see on a space ship, and you pull the lever forward to turn on the power that is the Burmester 159.

These Mono-blocks were design of Dieters that he had been working on for years, I recall getting a phone call from Dieter back in the winter of 2011 while I was enjoying the snow in Whistler, he was so excited to tell me about the epiphany he had and how amazing this great new design was going to be. The amazing team of engineers at Burmester were able to complete on this project.

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Thursday, August 10, 2017

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Thursday, August 3, 2017