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LUMIN T2 Network Player Review

Mark Gusew tunes into a sleek new network music player from an exciting name in digital audio…

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Tellurium Q Ultra Black II Interconnect Cable Review

David Price auditions an enigmatic mid-price RCA phono lead…

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TELLURIUM Q CABLES MAKE A STATEMENT

There’s more snake-oil spruiking associated with cables than there is with all the other genres of audio gear combined.

Posted in: StereoLUX! Hi-Fi

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HARBETH CELEBRATES ITS 40TH BIRTHDAY WITH NEW MODELS

Audiophile loudspeaker brand Harbeth turns 40 this year and to celebrate this milestone in speaker design and manufacturing, the UK company has released some svelte new models to tat the High End Munich Show.

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REVIEW: HANA SL PHONO CARTRIDGE

At 50 cents an hour of playtime, can this affordable Japanese cartridge from Hana be a worthy addition to an audiophile's analogue arsenal? We take a closer look.

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REVIEW: Harbeth P3ESR Loudspeakers

We take a closer look at what has become a legendary loudspeaker, and compare it to the Rogers 65th Anniversary LS35/A Mini Monitors. Read on for the full review.

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LUMIN M1 STREAMING AMPLIFIER REVIEW

StereoNET takes a closer look at Lumin's M1 Streaming Amplifier. Vinyl enthusiasts need not apply, this one's purely for the streaming enthusiasts.

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Lavardin Updates Model IS and IT Range of AmpliFiers

French manufacturer Lavardin Technlogies have been building some of the finest integrated and power amplifiers for more than 15 years. It's hard to improve on perfection, so you rarely see a Lavardin range update.

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Countering the Cable Counterfeit

Counterfeiting is a not a new practice. In more recent years however we've seen it becoming more common-place within the higher end of the audio-visual market. Cables, it seems are the easiest to reproduce, at least aesthetically.

Posted in: Hi-Fi Industry

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