WILSON AUDIO ALEXX V LOUDSPEAKERS

American high end loudspeaker manufacturer, Wilson Audio decided to take a fresh look at the Alexx when redesigning, so Wilson Audio’s R&D team approached the Alexx V as it if were an all-new loudspeaker.

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Indy Audio Labs, of the USA, the owner of the brands Aragon and Acurus, has announced a new 2-channel class A/B, 200W dual-monoblock amplifier, the Titanium.

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40 years ago, back in 1981, Dave Wilson, Wilson Audio’s co-founder (along with his wife Sheryl Lee), sketched out what was to become the American brand’s first speaker, and one that divided opinions around the world, the Wilson Audio WAMM.

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McIntosh has launched the McIntosh MCD85 SACD/CD Player, a new compact-chassis device for CD and SACD collections, plus USB connectivity.

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McIntosh has introduced the MHA200 Vacuum Tube Headphone Amplifier.

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Wilson Audio have announced The Alexia Series 2.  Since 2012, when the first it was first introduced, Alexia has been Wilson’s most successful loudspeaker. Wilson told us: “After the introduction of two industry-redefining loudspeakers—the WAMM Master Chronosonic and the Alexx—we were eager to apply some of the same strategies and technologies to the Alexia platform”.   More »

Wyred 4 Sound, of California, have announced a new DAC lineup using all-new ESS Sabre PRO DAC chips. The new DAC-1v2 uses the new 9026PRO chip while the mid-tier DAC-2v2 adds volume control and the new 9028PRO chip. More »

Magico have announced a newly developed spiked footer solution called the SPOD. More »

Cary Audio has announced that the AiOS All-in-One-System, which we brought you the news about last year, is now MQA (Master Quality Authenticated) certified. This will be the second Cary Audio product to be MQA certified. More »

Channel Islands Audio, who are celebrating their 20th anniversary, have announced the release of their PEQ 1 MKII MM/MC Phono Preamplifier. More »

Wilson Audio have released more details of their new flagship loudspeaker, the WAMM Master Chronosonic, which costs well over $600,000. More »

McIntosh has now introduced its CES-launched MB50 network music player to the UK, bringing high-resolution wireless music streaming using DTS Play-Fi® technology to a range of connected devices in the home. More »

PS Audio of Boulder, Colorado, USA have launched their new Stellar S300 Stereo Amplifier, M700 Monoblock Power Amplifiers and Stellar Gain Cell DAC. More »

Karma-AV is has announced the availability of the Mark Levinson № 519 Audio Player. They say, “The № 519 has the ability to play virtually any digital audio format and provides a full complement of wired and wireless digital audio inputs from USB asynchronous streaming and mass storage, Gigabit Ethernet, Balanced, Optical, Coaxial, Wi-Fi, aptX® Bluetooth, and an integrated slot-loading CD player. In addition, the № 519 includes high-performance headphone connectivity and integrated digital volume control allowing it to serve as a fully integrated digital music source”. More »

Yvette, the latest floorstander from high end loudspeaker manufacturer, Wilson Audio of the USA, combines technologies derived from Wilson’s top-end models in, say Wilson, “a more compact and affordable form”. More »