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  1. DigitalAudioNet

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    Hola Foreros


    En este tema les iremos informando de las diferente promociones y descuentos que tenemos en nuestra tienda. ¡Estén atentos!.

    Si quieren ver todas las promociones actualmente activas, pueden hacerlo directamente en acá


    Muchos Saludos
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    A Darknesshell le gusta esto.
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    Hola Foreros


    Debido al pedido de muchos de ustedes, queremos lanzar una promoción de algún producto AUDIOENGINE. Y el elegido fue el comentado DAC/Amplificador de audífonos D1.


    Precio Normal $114.990 Precio Oferta $99.990 con todo medio de pago.


    Este precio lo pueden obtener en nuestra web o tienda.


    Pueden ver la ficha del producto o comprar acá


    Audioengine D1


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    El DAC D1 permite saltarse la tarjeta de sonido de tu computador o la salida de audífonos, y enviar el audio a través de la salida USB u óptica. El D1 es la interfase digital perfecta entre tu computador y tu sistema de musica, mejorando significativamente el sonido de toda tu música.


    hasta agotar stock de 20 unidades.


    Muchos Saludos!


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    Estuve viendo la pagina y los Thinksound on1 me llamaron mucho la atención.
     
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    Hola hugo31

    Los on1 son los tope de línea de los audífonos thinksound. Estos son hechos de madera reciclada y aluminio, lo que los hace tener un sonido muy cálido y natural. Su firma sonora es bastante plana con un sonido dinámico, dulce y detallado.

    La revista Stereophile los tiene listados en su mejor categoría dentro de los audífonos on-ear junto a otros modelos que los triplican y duplican de precio. Pueden ver el listado como una pequeña reseña de cada uno acá.

    El precio normal es de $189.990.

    Pueden ver la ficha del producto como comprarlo acá.

    thinksound on1

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    Saludos

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    que wena
     
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    Hola Foreros


    Les queremos contar que ya se encuentran disponibles en nuestra tienda los audífonos y tapones para concierto MEElectronics y Etymotic. Pueden ver los productos disponibles, sus precios y comprarlos on line en:

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    http://bit.ly/1H9ZxkI


    Muchos Saludos!


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    Que bien, vamos a ver los Etymotic.

    PD: Esperaba algo más de variedad
     
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    Hola Dark Zeppelin

    Dentro de los próximos días también llega el Etymotic ER4P.

    Los otros modelos los estamos viendo porque vienen algunos cambios. En todo caso la idea es ir trayendo más variedad en el futuro. Estamos abiertos a sus sugerencias.

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    Podrían traer Audio GD, son equipos muy bien evaluados y no tan caros.

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    jajaja

    no puedo creer que no empezo con su:

    Hola.
     
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    Hola Oscar_S_P

    Los vamos a revisar, gracias por la sugerencia.

    Saludos
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    ¿Existe posibilidad de que traigan más parlantes para PC?
     
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    Hola Mangy

    La verdad que creemos que los Audioengine A2+ son los mejores parlantes para utilizar con un computador, asì que no creo que en el futuro cercano traigamos algún otro modelo/marca.

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    ¡Encuentra el audífono perfecto para tu mamá!


    Queremos celebrar el día de la madre con todos ustedes. Para eso les ofrecemos un 15% de descuento en estos audífonos seleccionados para que ellas puedan escuchar su música favorita de la mejor manera. Sólo agreguen un producto al carro de compra y en el proceso de pago ingresen el código de descuento DIAMAMA.




    ¡Muchos saludos a todos y en especial a nuestras queridas mamás!


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    Stereophile 2015 Recommended Components - Listado de nuestros productos en esta lista

    Estimados Foreros


    Compartimos con ustedes el listado de nuestros productos recomendados por la revista Stereophile en este año.


    Para el listado completo, como la explicación de las diferentes clases, hagan click acá.


    Stereophile Reccomended 2015


    TORNAMESAS


    A+


    VPI Classic Direct turntable: $30,000 including tonearm
    A brand-new, US-made direct-drive turntable—in 2014? Believe it. For VPI's Classic Direct, designer Harry Weisfeld selected a $4000 (his cost) Thin Gap motor, servo-controlled by a custom-designed active-feedback loop, which he combined with an 18-lb platter machined from a single billet of aluminum. The platter and drive system (combined weight: 27 lbs) are snugged into an aluminum-and-MDF plinth measuring 23.5" wide by 17.5" deep. To this, Weisfeld has mated a version of his tried-and-true JMW unipivot tonearm updated in both mechanical design and materials choice, this one a seamless resin creation whose existence would not have been possible even five years ago. Referring to his longtime reference 'table-arm combination, MF observed that "the Classic Direct with its JMW Memorial 3D-printed 12" tonearm comes as close to the [Continuum] Caliburn's sound as has any turntable, and for less than one-fifth the price." Quibbles: MF wondered if even greater performance could be had with a more sophisticated plinth, and lacked enthusiasm for the model's peripheral platter clamp. (Vol.37 Nos. 5 & 6 WWW)


    A


    VPI Classic Signature: $6000 ✩
    Like earlier Classic models, VPI's most recent design, called the Classic at the time of review, is easy to set up, relatively compact (22" W by 10" h by 16" D), and uses a motor that has been integrated into its plinth. Refinements over earlier models include a more massive, better-damped plinth structure, newly designed feet, and an 18-lb damped aluminum platter. Though the Classic 3 wasn't as quiet as MF's much more expensive Continuum Caliburn and couldn't match the rich midrange of Dr. Feickert's Blackbird, the VPI had a clean, fast, lively sound marked by masterful attacks, outstanding microdynamics, and lifelike textures. "One of today's great values in analog audio," concluded Mikey. "I don't hear how you can go wrong buying one." Borderline Class A. Price includes the new JMW-Classic tonearm. See "Tonearms." (Vol.34 No.10 WWW)


    VPI HR-X1: $15,000, with tonearm ★
    Harry Weisfeld's efforts to produce the ultimate TNT turntable include a plinth of acrylic-aluminum-acrylic laminate, an inverted bearing assembly, the addition of a perimeter clamping ring, and replacement of the outboard motor and flywheel with a single unit. Simpler, smaller, more luxuriously appointed, and better built than the TNT, the HR-X also eliminates the TNT's pervasive warmth and softened dynamic transients, to offer a much more neutral overall presentation. BD: "The HR-X struck me as a stable, inert, and nearly neutral platform that simply supports a cartridge and lets it do its job." Price includes VPI's JMW-12.6 3D tonearm (see "Tonearms"). (Vol.29 No.5 WWW)


    VPI Super Scoutmaster Reference Rim Drive: $10,000 ★
    The Super Scoutmaster Reference Rim-Drive combines the Scoutmaster's Super Platter with the Super Scoutmaster's Mini-TNT Stabilizer feet, and uses a rim-drive motor system based on the HR-X's dual-motor/flywheel module. It comes equipped with a JMW-10.5i Memorial tonearm fitted with Nordost Valhalla wire. The sound was "fantastic," with impressive bottom-octave heft and slightly warm high frequencies. "The Super Scoutmaster Reference Rim-Drive is one of the best values of the true high-end turntables now available," said MF. (Vol.32 No.2)


    C


    VPI Traveler: $1499 $$$
    The first VPI product codeveloped by Harry Weisfeld and his son Mathew, the Traveler is designed for easy setup and meant to appeal to a younger generation of music lovers. It uses an AC synchronous motor built directly into a rigid, compact chassis of Delrin and aluminum; a machined aluminum platter damped with a stainless-steel disc; a high-quality bearing assembly capable of driving a 20-lb platter; and a dedicated 10"-long, spring-loaded tonearm with a double-gimbal bearing for horizontal and vertical movement. The Traveler combined delicate highs, a clean midrange, outstanding low-end control, and awesomely silent backgrounds with an overall ease and fluidity that SM found intoxicating. Compared to the Rega RP3, the Traveler lacked transient speed and precision but offered greater clarity, presence, and rhythmic authority. MF says high Class C. Running changes since SM's first review include sturdier tonearm bearings, a repositioned motor, a better platter mat, and cosmetic refinements; the last, according to SM, have left the current-production Traveler "easily more attractive than the original." Available finishes include black, red, white, or blue. (Vol.35 No.11, Vol.37 No.5 WWW)


    VPI Nomad: $995 $$$
    Equal parts entry-level audiophile component and perfectionist-quality lifestyle product, the VPI Nomad bundles a wood-plattered, belt-drive turntable and 10" gimbaled tonearm with an Ortofon 2M Red cartridge and an onboard phono preamplifier designed specifically around the former—plus an onboard headphone amp. BJR was impressed with the Nomad's apparent durability and the plug-and-play ease with which it went from carton to system, with no painstaking adjustments required. Even more impressive was the player's performance: BJR praised the Nomad's "rich, voluptuous, uncolored midrange," and heard "superb" transient articulation and "an impressive amount of inner detail for so inexpensive an analog rig." One comparison test prompted BJR to declare: "that VPI's phono stage held its own against a $500 phono stage designed by one of the industry's top electronics designers is pretty impressive, given that the VPI's stage is included as part of a turntable package costing only $995." A word of caution regarding the Nomad's headphone amp: "It had much more gain than most pairs of headphones need. I found it all too easy to overdrive my 'phones." (Vol.38 No.2 WWW)


    BRAZOS PARA TORNAMESAS


    A


    VPI JMW Memorial 3D-printed 12" tonearm: $3000
    The JMW Classic 3D 12" tonearm is identical to the JMW Classic Signature of the same length—with one big difference: This unipivot's removable armwand is made, on a 3D printer, of an epoxy-like resin said to impede the transfer of vibrations. MF was very impressed with the new model's smooth, transparent, well-balanced sound, likening it in those regards to his reference Continuum Cobra tonearm, and declaring the Classic 3D the logical upgrade for present owners of the JMW Memorial arm: "It's not that the metal JMW arm is so bad—it's that the 3D-printed version is so good." AD, who has set up a JMW Classic 3D for friend Sasha Matson, reports being very impressed with the new arm's level of finish. (Vol.37 No.6 WWW)


    VPI JMW-12.7: $3000 $$$ ★
    Unipivot tonearm features vestigial antiskating, which disconcerted MF. Nonetheless, he enthused over its lush midrange, ultra-smooth top end, and rock-solid imaging and soundstaging: "Subjectively, it seemed to have lower distortion than any other pivoted arm I've heard, but part of that might be the result of its smooooth frequency balance. Inner detail was outstanding." However, he added of the original 12.5 version, "I think there's a slight midbass exaggeration that may be part of the spreading warmth above this range, and which gives this arm its inviting midrange." BD says of the 12" version, "lowers the original's already low distortion. The background is blacker and the arm seems to float an infinite well of inner and low-level details. The tonal balance is more neutral, but combined with the TNT III or IV, is still warm and inviting." With the 12.5, Harry Weisfeld made small but important modifications to the 12" JMW that resulted in heightened rigidity, a reduced center of mass, and improved damping. What BD found most impressive was the "obvious-once-you-see-it" touch of the small V-groove machined into the top of the headshell. This allows the user to more easily gauge headshell tilt while setting azimuth. "Neat!" MF adds: "Luxurious midrange, low distortion, and ease of setup and use make this a very attractive arm if your ëtable can handle the length." More recently, in addition to a streamlined model name, VPI's first transcription-length tonearm has come in for some mechanical refinements. Its unipivot bearing, and the jeweled cup within its bearing housing, have been improved. A weighted collar has been added to the counterweight, and can be rotated asymmetrically for azimuth adjustment. "Most important," according to MF, "[its] cantilevered platform has been made far more massive and sturdy." Additionally, an antiskating mechanism is now available, though not without the manufacturer's antipathy. Additional arm assemblies cost $600. (Vol.20 No.1, Vol.24 No.12, Vol.25 No.3, Vol.37 No.5; see BD's review of the VPI HR-X in Vol.29 No.5 WWW)


    VPI Classic-JMW: $1600
    An upgraded version of VPI's JMW Memorial 10.5i, the Classic-JMW, included with VPI's Classic 3 turntable, uses a new stainless-steel armtube, a stronger, more massive bearing platform, and a more rigid base mount. Though lateral instability remained a problem, any adverse effects were inaudible, said Mikey. (Vol.34 No.10 WWW)


    B


    VPI JMW-9: $1200 ★
    The newest and shortest of Harry Weisfeld's JMW tonearm line, the JMW-9 comes standard with the Aries Scout turntable. (AD enthused about the combination's sound.) It uses a reverse-missionary bearing with a hardened tungsten-carbide point and a machined and hardened-steel set-screw for a cup. A quick-connect plug makes for easy removal and easy cartridge swapping, but as with all Harry Weisfeld designs, there is no antiskating mechanism. MF auditioned the 9" version of the JMW Memorial tonearm with VPI's Scoutmaster turntable. Unlike the original JMW Memorial, the 9" arm's main bearing is directly grounded to the plinth and the stabilizing ring surrounding the arm's bearing housing is fixed. The lack of a damping well results in a "Parkinson's-like trembling of the JMW when you use the finger lift or lower the arm via the cueing mechanism," which MF found disconcerting. Nevertheless, the arm appeared to be extremely stable: "The taut, focused, remarkably coherent performance of this ëtable-arm combo is testament to a fundamentally solid, well-grounded system that deals effectively with energy created at the stylus/groove interface." Some disagreement between AD and MF over the overall rating, but Class B seems appropriate. (Vol.26 No.2, Vol.27 No.9 WWW)


    ACCESORIOS PARA TORNAMESAS Y MAQUINAS DE LAVADO DE DISCOS


    VPI HW-27 Typhoon record-cleaning machine: $2500 ★
    The Typhoon is smaller, quieter, and more attractive than earlier VPI record-cleaning machines, "with the look and feel of a turntable." Its vacuum pump, twice as powerful as that used in the HW-17, proved capable of drying an LP in a single rapid revolution. "The Typhoon is a clean, efficient record-cleaning machine that's almost fun to use," said MF. (Vol.30 No.5)


    VPI HW-17 record-cleaning machine: $1800 ★
    VPI HW-16.5 record-cleaning machine: $650 ★
    Clearly an industrial-quality machine of reassuring quality, the VPI ë17 cleans one side at a time, semiautomatically, and is slower than the Nitty Gritty. "Best I've used," says LA. Latest version has a heavier-duty vacuum system. The ë16.5 is a manually operated version with a noisier motor. Adjusts automatically to thickness of record; gets hot quickly. Of the HW-17F, MF says, "Fast, convenient, beautifully constructed, and can be used indefinitely without overheating. The fan version of the 17 is well worth the extra money for those post–garage-sale/record-convention analog orgies when only cleaning the whole pile will do." "The 17F is probably the best record-cleaning machine available," MF concluded; "a true workhorse." (Vol.8 No.1, Vol.19 No.6, Vol.23 No.6, HW-17F; Vol.5 Nos.7 & 9, original HW-16; Vol.17 No.5, Vol.19 No.6, HW-16.5)


    VPI VTA adjuster for Rega tonearm: $150 ★
    Seems to maintain the desired rigidity while allowing for about a full inch of vertical adjustability. It's nicely machined from aluminum and has a sturdy mounting collar." Its only downside, reported MF, is that it won't fit into a standard Rega opening. Drill it out yourself or send your armboard to VPI. (Vol.23 No.6)




    PROCESADORES DIGITALES


    B


    iFi Audio iDAC: $299
    iFi Audio is a subsidiary of Abbingdon Music Research. The iDAC, iFi's first product, is a sleek, single-box D/A converter built into a 6"-long aluminum extrusion with an attractive textured finish. It uses an ESS Sabre DAC chip capable of handling resolutions up to 24-bit/192kHz, and has a single USB-B input, a pair of RCA jacks for line output, and a 3.5mm headphone jack with volume control. It can be powered by the user's computer or by iFi's iUSBPower 5V power supply ($199). Compared with the AudioQuest DragonFly, the stock iDAC had a better overall sense of touch on strings and percussion, and revealed greater richness and complexity in hi-rez music files, said AD. With the iUSBPower powering the iDAC, Art noted a subtly clearer sense of force in note attacks and better spatial presence around voices. "Highly recommended," he concluded. (Vol.36 No.5 WWW)


    C


    Audioengine D3: $149 $$$
    The Chinese-built Audioengine D3, like the physically similar—and similarly portable—AudioQuest DragonFly, is a combination D/A converter and headphone amplifier with a USB standard A plug at one end and a three-conductor, 3.5mm mini-jack at the other. Its shiny aluminum case conceals an Asahi Kasei Microdevices AK4396 converter chip, a Texas Instruments LM49726 op-amp, and TI's popular TAS1020B USB receiver, with firmware for asynchronous streaming. Headphone users will delight in knowing that the Audioengine's price includes a 3.5mm-to-¼" jack adapter; those who wish to drive their audio systems with the D3's 2V RMS output must supply their own miniplug-to-RCA-plug cables. SM considered the D3, fresh out of the box, "too sharp on top"—even when he factored in the inherent top-end emphasis of the Skullcandy Aviator 'phones he was using. But the brightness moderated over time, "though not at the expense of [the D3's] intoxicating speed and vibrant high-frequency color." (Vol.37 No.4 WWW)


    PARLANTES


    B (RANGO COMPLETO)


    GoldenEar Triton One: $4999.98/pair $$$
    Preceded in the GoldenEar line by a number of less-expensive loudspeakers, the Triton One is their new flagship: a 54"-tall tower whose cloth wrap conceals a powered, passive-radiator–loaded subwoofer system, two 5.25" midrange drivers, and, as RD describes it, "GoldenEar's version of the famed Heil Air-Motion Transformer, called a High-Velocity Folded Ribbon tweeter." Other distinctions include a fully balanced crossover, the use of DSP in the active portions of said crossover, and a 1600W internal subwoofer amp. According to RD, the Triton One performed with little strain on music played at "impress-your-friends levels," but that was far from this pony's only trick: "I could play the speakers at a low level and all the music was still there." He added, "the bass always tuneful and firm. In music that didn't reach down into the deep bass, there was no midbass emphasis to give a false impression that there was deep bass." JA's measurements confirmed the Triton One's high sensitivity, but noted an impedance-phase angle sufficiently challenging that the user "will require a good 4 ohm–rated amplifier to drive the speaker to acceptably high levels." In all, JA declared this latest GoldenEar to be "another finely engineered loudspeaker." Borderline Class A. (Vol.38 No.2 WWW)


    GoldenEar Technology Triton Two: $2999.98/pair $$$
    Designed by industry veteran Sandy Gross and his team, and made in China, the Triton Two is a three-way floorstander with a unique array of drive-units: a High-Velocity Folded Ribbon tweeter, two 4.5" midrange cones, two 7" by 10" passive radiators, and two 5" by 9" cone woofers powered by a 1200W class-D amplifier. The speaker's slim cabinet is made of high-density Medite, features a separate subenclosure for the midrange drivers, and is covered in black cloth. Though it exhibited some box colorations when pushed too loud, the Triton Two offered sweet, detailed highs, an uncolored midrange, well-extended lows, and excellent dynamics, said RD. (Vol.35 Nos.2 & 10 WWW)


    C (BAJAS FRECUENCIAS RESTRINGIDAS)


    Audioengine 5+: $399/pair $$$ ★ (stands necessary)
    "The Audioengine 5 powered speakers come packed in attractive cloth drawstring bags, and include several convenient accessories: an AC power cable, miniplug interconnects in length of 2m, an RCA cable (2m), a 3.75m length of simple speaker cable, and a remote control. Each A5 cabinet is made of 25mm-thick MDF, measures 10" h by 7" W by 7.75" D, and houses a 20mm silk-dome tweeter and a 5" Kevlar-cone woofer. The left speaker enclosure contains a 50Wpc dual class-AB monolithic amplifier, as well as the power button, volume knob, iPod charging port, and IR window for the remote. Compared to the PSB Alpha B1, the Audioengine lacked some high-frequency detail and delicacy, but offered outstanding bass control, transparency, and drama, said SM. Price is for satin black and high-gloss white finishes; bamboo adds $70. (Vol.34 No.5 WWW)


    GoldenEar Technology Aon 2: $799.98/pair $$$ (stands necessary)
    This small (12" h by 8" W by 10" D) two-way, stand-mounted loudspeaker has an unusual driver complement: a 1.06" by 1.31" High-Velocity Folded Ribbon tweeter, a 6" polypropylene-cone woofer, and two 6.5" side-mounted planar passive radiators. The cabinet is a truncated pyramid with a wraparound black grillecloth and a piano-gloss black topcap. Though it lacked some bottom-end slam, the Aon 2 had a coherent overall sound, with clean, well-extended highs, lightning-fast transients, and a warm, rich midrange, said BJR. "GoldenEar has produced a stunning achievement in the Aon 2, with strengths that are unusual for a bookshelf speaker of this size and price," he concluded. The Aon 2 revealed an upper-midrange peak on the test bench, but otherwise measured well for its price, said JA. (Vol.36 No.11 WWW)


    D (BAJAS FRECUENCIAS RESTRINGIDAS)


    Audioengine A2+: $249/pair (stands necessary)


    SUBWOOFERS


    A


    Velodyne DD-18+: $5799
    The DD-18+ is a powered, sealed-box subwoofer; its 18" forward-firing driver has a fiberglass Rohacell-laminate cone, a 3" voice-coil, and a 39.7-lb magnet. Compared to the original DD-18, the 18+ is 6.5" deeper, 19 lbs heavier, has 28% more internal volume, uses a more efficient amplifier, and features strongly tapered side panels. In addition, the DD-18+'s equalization software provides automated room compensation and controls drive-unit distortion using a servo-loop accelerometer. Despite a daunting number of features, controls, and options, setup was simple. The DD-18+ played the deepest bass passages with minimal distortion, low coloration, and outstanding pitch definition, said LG. "Solid Class A," he concluded. (original version, Vol.27 No.6 WWW; Vol.36 No.3 WWW)


    AUDIFONOS Y ACCESORIOS PARA AUDIFONOS


    A


    Thinksound On1: $299
    ST, who hates in-ear headphones and noise-canceling headphones of any sort, liked the closed-back On1 'phones from ThinkSound, a new US company whose products are made in China. The On1's over-ear enclosures are machined from the mahogany-like wood sapele, sport earpads made from memory foam (the modern pillow stuff), and are covered with faux leather. Two cords are supplied—one with a smartphone-friendly microphone, one without—along with a carry pouch of unbleached cotton. ST described the On1s as "Bass-rich, full-bodied, nonfatiguing, comfortable to wear, [and] reasonably well isolating" in their passive, closed-back manner. (Vol.37 No.7)


    C


    Thinksound ms01: $119.99
    The handsome, understated ms01 in-ear headphone is the first product in Thinksound's Monitor Series. It uses a single 8mm driver, has a body of pear wood and aluminum, and comes neatly packed with earhooks, a cord clip, four sizes of silicone eartips, and an attractive carrying pouch. The Thinksounds fit lightly and comfortably in SM's ears and offered a smooth, easy sound with well-extended highs, a clean midrange, and warm, full bass. "One of the few in-ear designs that I can actually stand to have in my ears," he adds. (Vol.35 No.8 WWW)


    INTERCONECTORES


    TARA Labs Zero Evolution: $18,000/1m
    The Zero Evolution is an all-new, physically flexible, easier to manage air-dielectric interconnect than the original Zero with†non-insulated square solid-core conductors. Because neither end of The Zero Evolution's shield is attached to ground, TARA employs the Floating Ground Station, a heavy, black box containing Ceralex, a combination of ceramic materials and metallic compounds that absorbs RFI and EMI. Switching from the original Zero to the new Evolution Zero, MF's system benefited yet further from an enormous addition of lushness, texture, and warmth, along with major extensions of air, detail, and transparency. Due to The Evolution Zero's ultrawide bandwidth, some outside transient noise can leak into the system when nearby appliances are activated. But—"I've heard nothing like it," he declares, adding "a genuine breakthrough, though hideously expensive. The TARA Labs Evolution Zero had a fast, clean, open overall sound, with airy highs and tight bass. The Evolution upgrade adds the rich, textured midrange of the Stealth Sakra, while continuing to produce faster attacks, longer sustains, and deeper decays, said MF." (Vol.29 No.12, Zero;Vol.34 No.6 WWW, Zero Gold; Vol.36 No.11, Zero Evolution)


    TARA Labs Zero GX DIN-to-RCA tonearm cable: $3800/1.0m ★
    Though it was "somewhat bereft of physicality," the Zero GX's accentuated sibilants and precise attack made it "a good choice for detail devotees," said MF. (Vol.32 No.7)


    CABLES PARA PARLANTES


    TARA Labs Omega Evolution: $32,000/8'
    The new physically flexible TARA Labs Omega Evolution, incorporating almost twice as many rectangular, solid-core "8 Nines" oxygen-free copper elements (280 versus the Gold's 156), adds the speed, transparency, dimensionality and, especially, textural suppleness that the previous Gold cable lacked, thus losing the Gold's "somewhat laid-back overall sound," with no sonic penalty paid for the major improvements, said Mikey. (Vol.36 No.11)


    TARA Labs Omega Gold: $24,000/8ft
    Compared to the Wireworld Platinum Eclipse 7, the TARA Labs Omega Gold has a somewhat laid-back overall sounded that lacked ultimate transparency, three-dimensionality, and transient speed, said Mikey. (Vol.36 No.11)


    INTERCONECTORES PARA DATOS DIGITALES


    DH Labs Silver Sonic D-110 AES/EBU: $99/1m
    (NR, but see EL's review of the Bel Canto DAC3.5VB in Vol.34 No.6 WWW)


    ACCESORIOS MISCELANEOS


    AudioEngine B1 Bluetooth receiver: $189
    Like other low-cost Bluetooth receivers, the aptX-equipped Audioengine B1 is powered by a wall wart, and comes with an interconnect cable to take the line-level output from its RCA-jack outputs to the user's preamp or integrated amp. But the slightly-larger-than-average B1 adds an optical S/PDIF output, and boasts an effective range of up to 100'. Better still, as ST told it, the B1 offers considerably better-than-average sound, with its "natural harmonics, an extended top end, and crisp, clean transients. I have not yet heard a Bluetooth receiver that tops the B1. Consider this a rave." (Vol.37 No.12)


    Audioengine W3: $149 ★
    Audioengine's W3 comprises two tiny modules, a transmitter and a receiver, each about half the size of a credit card and ¼" thick, with a pigtail USB connector. Audio input to the transmitter and audio output from the receiver are via stereo mini-jacks. The modules reliably linked up with each other and were free from signal interruptions, audible network problems, and extraneous noise. Connected between the L/R inputs of Kal's Bryston 9B-SST power amp and the L/R outputs of his Anthem Statement D2 processor, the AW1 lacked high-frequency sparkle and midrange detail while sounding "surprisingly okay." The W3's sonic compromises were much less noticeable when it was used for the surround and/or bass channels. Actual model reviewed was the AW1, which could only transmit to one receiver; the otherwise identical W3 can transmit to up to three receivers. Current version redesigned to coexist better with other WiFi networks. (Vol.31 No.9 WWW)




    $$$ Un producto que se desempeña mucho mejor de lo que se puede esperar por su precio
    ★ Un producto que está presente en esta lista desde Octubre del 2011


    ¡Muchos Saludos!


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    Review iFi Audio nano iDSD

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    Dejamos con ustedes un review en castellano para el DAC nano iDSD por la revista ONOFF. Lo pueden comprar online acá


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    Stereophile Magazine - Thinksound’s ms01 in-ear monitor

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    Dejamos con ustedes la traducción de las conclusiones publicadas en la reseña que hace la revista Stereophile a los audífonos thinksound ms01.


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    Thinksound’s ms01 in-ear monitor


    "Con el tiempo, llegué a apreciar el mayor brillo y el carácter más revelador del ms01. Si bien no es igual de relajado, ni tampoco tiene el insinuante sonido del ts02, el ms01 es bien equilibrado, no brusco ni áspero, y siempre se disfruta fácilmente. Aunque yo probablemente siempre me sienta atraído en probar todos los auriculares disponibles, sé que necesito uno solo, y este será de Thinksound. Me gusta la filosofía ecológica de la compañía, los atractivos diseños y precios y me encanta el sonido de sus productos. Yo podría vivir muy felizmente, ya sea con el ts02 o el más caro ms01. Si tuviera que elegir entre los dos, me iría por el ms01, por su equilibrio en los detalles, claridad, velocidad e impacto. Cuando llegue la hora de viajar a la próxima feria de música, con seguridad llevaré el ms01 para el vuelo."


    La reseña completa (en inglés) acá.


    Pueden comprarlo en nuestra tienda o en línea acá.


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    Secrets of Home Theater and High Fidelity - GoldenEar Technology Aon2 Bookshelf Speak

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    Dejamos con ustedes la traducción de las conclusiones de la reseña que hizo el sitio web Secrets of Home Theater and High Fidelity a los parlantes GoldenEar Aon2


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    Secrets of Home Theater and High Fidelity - GoldenEar Technology Aon2 Bookshelf Speakers


    Para un parlante pequeño y asequible los GoldenEar Aon 2 entregan un gran rendimiento. La respuesta de bajos es más profunda de lo esperado, pero la real estrella es ese tweeter de cinta plegada (ribbon folded) que es más claro y transparente de lo que incluso recordaba de aquel primer show. Parte de mí, esperaba por algo que agregara un poco más de suavidad a mis grabaciones de rock moderno, excesivamente comprimidas, y que las hiciera más fáciles de escuchar desde un CD, en cambio, el Aon2 trajo consigo todos los detalles de los álbumes, para bien o para mal. Pareados con una buena grabación suenan increíbles, pero con aquellos discos mal grabados, quizás quieras agregar una fase a tubos en tu sistema, o ser usados con una tornamesa en vez de una fuente digital.


    La respuesta de bajos es impresionante, llegando a los 40 Hz dentro de la habitación sin ningún problema, pero estás frecuencias no son tan firmes ni nítidas como lo podrían ser con una columnas con una bocina para bajos más grande.


    Un monitor sellado estándar podría sonar un poco más firme en aquellas notas de la región entre entre los 60 – 100 Hz, pero ellos tampoco llegarán tan bajo ni cerca de la octava más baja a menos que gastes una cantidad de dinero mucho mayor de lo que cuestan los Aon2. Agregando un subwoofer de 12” a los Aon2 se soluciona fácilmente este problema, dejando que los Aon2 se concentren en las octavas de arriba en donde hacer un trabajo maravilloso.


    Dicho esto, cualquiera que esté preocupado por la salida de bajos de los Aon2, pueden moverse al modelo de arriba, los Aon3, o a una de las columnas de GoldenEar, para incrementar la respuesta y salida de bajos, y al mismo tiempo mantener ese maravilloso tweeter de cinta plegada (ribbon folded). Los Aon2 hacen un muy buen trabajo alcanzando un balance entre costo, tamaño y rendimiento, por lo que pienso que todos podrían estar contentos con ellos. Todo esto me deja pensando, en cómo las columnas de alta gama Triton, rendirían en mi habitación, o qué puede hacer Sandy Gross con un presupuesto de USD$5000 por parlante.


    ALTAMENTE RECOMENDADOS


    Pueden leer la reseña completa (en inglés) aca.


    Pueden revisar su precio y comprar online aca.


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    Hola Foreros


    Dejamos con ustedes la traducción de las conclusiones de la reseña que hizo el sitio web Secrets of Home Theater and High Fidelity a los parlantes GoldenEar Triton Three


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    Secrets of Home Theater and High Fidelity - GoldenEar Triton Three Floor-Standing Speakers


    Los Triton Three no me sorprendieron en nada, son exactamente lo que puedes esperar de Sandy Gross; una excelente extensión de bajos, unos medios suaves y limpios y agudos detallados y sedosos debido a su tweeter de cinta (ribbon). Habiendo escuchado tantos parlantes que hacen cosas muy bien pero fallan en otras, los Triton Three hacen todo ejemplarmente.

    Debido a que tengo estos parlantes ya hace mucho tiempo en casa, los he tenido que cambiar varias veces para probar otros, pero cuando vuelvo a escucharlos, siempre me ha sorprendido su rendimiento consistente y lo fluído que suenan. Puedes notar en mi crítica que realmente no señalo alguna deficiencia, es que francamente pienso que son así de buenos. Además, teniendo en cuenta que los GoldenEar Three están por debajo de los USD$1000 (USD$1.999 por el par) es difícil no recomendarlos con entusiasmo.


    Pueden leer la reseña completa (en inglés) acá.

    Pueden revisar su precio y comprar online acá.

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