The Audiolab 6000A amp with DAC and 6000CDT CD Transport cost £599 and £399 respectively. In a world’s first review of the combo Alan McIntosh sees if this relatively budget pairing delivers the goods.  

“Having recently fallen in love with my Audiolab MDAC+ and considering more and more to move to a CD transport rather than full CD player (with DAC integrated) my interest was immediately peeked when the Audiolab 6000A amplifier/6000CDT pairing appeared on the market – and at a very reasonable prince point.  Could a company succeed to deliver both an amp and transport at the quality expected for under grand – if they could, then Audiolab may just have followed the 8000 series with another classic system…”

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