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  1. Dynavector and Ortofon Cartridges Arrive at Audio Advice!

    Dynavector and Ortofon Cartridges Arrive at Audio Advice!
    When I looked into our sales figures I saw Audio Advice sold almost 40 new turntables in the last six weeks. During the same period we worked to install new cartridges on almost as many old tables. This confirmed my suspicions: there really is a vinyl revival going on! One of our favorite cartridge lines in the early days of...
  2. PSB Speakers Imagine T3 Review

    PSB Speakers Imagine T3 Review
    PSB speakers continue to amaze me at the value they offer. I’ve been on some trips with and come to know Paul Barton, the designing force and namesake behind PSB. One question I have continued to ask him is: when is he coming out with something really special that represents the best speaker he can do? Well, the answer is now!
  3. NAD Integrated Amps Sound Great and Are Future Proof

    NAD Integrated Amps Sound Great and Are Future Proof
    This post covers great integrated amps from NAD.   If you are an older audio enthusiast, you probably remember the NAD 3020. This was a little integrated amp that came out in the late 70s for $200 . It sounded as good as many components costing 5-10 times as much and was a record seller. NAD has introduced a new edition...
  4. Updates to Bowers& Wilkins CM Series Speakers

    Updates to Bowers& Wilkins CM Series Speakers
    This post covers the new CM Series 2 speakers from Bowers and Wilkins.   Watch Leon in the video below, read the post, or enjoy both! Bowers and Wilkins (B&W)  is one of our favorite speaker brands, having been a staple at Audio Advice since 1981. Their CM Series falls in the middle of their line, offering much of the technology...
  5. Interview with PSB's Paul Barton on High-End Headphones

    Interview with PSB's Paul Barton on High-End Headphones
    "Hi-Fi+ Publisher Chris Martens recently had an opportunity to catch up with Paul Barton, founder of and chief designer for PSB Speakers of Ontario, Canada. In particular, we took the opportunity to ask Mr. Barton about how PSB—a firm specifically known for its high performance/high value loudspeakers—decided to become a manufacturer of serious, high-end headphones." Read the full interview here.

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