Black Pearls is a relatively newcomer to the audiophile marketplace and their first product, the Birth 100 Integrated BP_Front_site_1amplifier, certainly looks like a well thought out product from the outside. Hifi Pig’s Stuart has the Black Pearls amplifier at home for a close up and personal review.

“Hifi Pig first bumped into the Greek “Black Pearl” brand whilst at the Munich High-End show earlier in the year. They were part of the newcomers’ area of the show and had what looked to be a pretty accomplished design for a company with just one product under their belt – the Birth 100 amplifier…alas it wasn’t possible to listen at the show and so we sought out a review sample.”

Read the full review of the Black Pearls’ Birth 100 Amplifier.

 

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