Mytek Brooklyn AMP

Mytek Digital has just announced a new addition to its innovative Brooklyn range. The Brooklyn AMP is designed to perfectly compliment the company's class leading Brooklyn DAC, but can also be used with third party preamplifiers.

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Lee Bevan
Auralic Aries in Hi-Fi World

The June issue of Hi-Fi World includes a glowing review of the Auralic Aries wireless streaming bridge. Author Jon Myles writes:

"As digital devices go, the Auralic Aries has to be considered one of the best on the market at the moment. Plugged into my system it took the streaming experience to another level - with more detail, more depth and more clarity to everything I played. If you want to hear your stored music files at their best (whatever the resolution) I'd say it's almost an essential purchase."

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Lee Bevan
Room EQ

Roon Labs recently released version 1.3 of its Roon music management and streaming platform. Roon 1.3 adds a raft of enhancements and new features including a brand new digital signal processing (DSP) engine with full parametric EQ and a convolution engine. Starting next month, we will be offering a system and room EQ service for Roon customers, which will eventually be extended to other platforms offering similar capabilities.

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Lee Bevan
Kii THREE at Musikmesse 2017

James Ivey, Technical Editor at Pro Tools Expert, shares some of his highlights of the recent Musikmesse trade show in Frankfurt. Skip ahead to 5:40 to hear James' thoughts on the Kii THREE or watch the whole video to see some other cool kit, including a really clever new spherical microphone array and a beautiful looking compressor.

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Lee Bevan
Six Moons reviews the Kii THREE

Six Moons has just published a comprehensive review of the Kii THREE active loudspeakers and Kii CONTROL system controller. Author Srajan Ebaen describes them as "the most intelligent monitor made" and writes in very enthusiastic terms about their sound quality. It is definitely an interesting read and includes listening tests carried out in both very large and more modestly sized rooms, as well as A/B comparisons with several much pricier systems.

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Lee Bevan
Qobuz SUBLIME+

Internet music streaming service Qobuz is about to launch its new SUBLIME+ 24 bit streaming service. Commencing in May, they are going to offer this premium service to customers and facilitate 24 bit streaming with a catalogue of 60,000 albums, without any compromise and without any loss or alteration to the original content. Auralic has been testing this exciting new service with its streaming products, with hugely impressive results.

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Lee Bevan