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Simaudio Moon Evolution 650D – Review

By | September 22nd, 2013|Categories: DAC - Headmania|Tags: , , , , , , , , , |

Hey guys,

I have something special prepared for this review. It has excellent build quality and very good sound:

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Just kidding 🙂

However I really have something special prepared for this review: the Simaudio Moon 650D DAC .

After I have listened to the Msb Analog Dac I haven’t stop thinking of it and also never looked with the same eyes  at my home system.

What has been heard….cannot be unheard.

When I have the time, I go to Jack and watch the analog dac from the shadows, planning, hoping, scheming, waiting…

Polar-bear-hunting-seal-soon

( If you want to know if the seal made it, read the whole article ) :))

I cannot thinking at the similarity of my salary with this hobby and this animation:

audiophile salary

I thought of starting to check out some other DACS meanwhile and I am lucky to say I got the Moon 650D  for this review.… Read the full article

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Creek OBH-21 Review

By | September 19th, 2013|Categories: Amplifier - Headmania|Tags: , , , , , , |

Hey guys,

This little guy brought some memories back when I’ve seen it on one of jack’s shelves.

A few years ago when I got into this hobby, I was looking for an headphone amplifier for my newly bought Sennheiser HD595. This was one of the choices I had at that moment, as it was one of the few headphone amplifiers sold at that moment in Romania.

I decided to go with a Corda Cantate 2 instead.

However I have always been curious of what it is capable of.… Read the full article

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It’s not the size of the dog in the fight, it’s the size of the fight in the dog.

By | September 3rd, 2013|Categories: Austin Blog|

From left to right: two Crimson 640E-III amplifiers, a Crimson 710 preamplifier and a LINN LP-12 turntable. (Click image to enlarge!)

We don’t generally make a big deal about the size of Crimson Electronics Amps and Preamps. We’d be importing them whether they were the size of a matchbox or an icebox because they deliver music better than any other high-end electronics, size notwithstanding.

But I think this picture really illustrates how the Crimsons can be unobtrusively tucked into a room while still delivering ultra-clean high-end remote-controllable sound at 175 watts per channel.… Read the full article

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