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THE BEATLES in MONO


The Beatles in Mono LPs
 

Due for release 8th September 2014 is a newly re-mastered The Beatles in Mono  LP box set that's been engineered to offer the best sound quality ever. It will be the definitive way to hear The Beatles.
    For this new release Abbey Road Studios dug out the master tapes and cut new lacquers 'live', with no intermediary digital stages. This is an all-analogue release on quiet, virgin 180gm vinyl that'll sound better than all that has gone before, including original early mono Parlophones.
    A review box set finally arrived in our Notting Hill offices Friday 25th July, straight from Apple Corps in Kensington, London, and they sound astonishing – viscerally live. A full review by our music expert, Paul Rigby, will appear in the October 2014 issue of Hi-Fi World. In the meantime, here's what lies behind this new release. Read more…

 

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CALIFORNIA AUDIO SHOW 2014

Here's a fascinating show in a very fascinating place, San Francisco, California, USA. Superficially, CAS is a regional show whose exhibitors are primarily dealers and importers, but when the region is California you can expect surprises. Read more...

 

LATEST ISSUE

September 2014

 

Big loudspeakers ugly? Take a look at the beautifully finished Yamaha NS-F901 floorstander, reminiscent of Yamaha pianos. Would you want to live with them? Read our in-depth review in the latest September 2014 issue.
    If you want to hear the latest digital, check out the new Resonessence Invicta Mirus DAC reviewed in this issue. It uses the renown ESS Sabre32 – two of them no less. This is the full monty and gives fabulous results, our advanced measurements and listening tests show.
    There's so much more in this great issue.

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AUDIOLAB Q-DAC REVIEW

Audiolab's recently introduced Q-DAC is a cut-down version version of their innovative M-DAC: you get filters to tweak the sound, USB and a volume control. It keeps all the best bits but costs just £400 in the U.K. Can you afford not to have one?  Read more...

 

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