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Michael Fremer Posted: Jan 13, 2013 17 comments
Analogue Productions will soon reissue on double LP and SACD Roger Waters' epic, didactic Amused to Death, first released in 1992 in a very limited double LP edition. Anyone looking to purchase an original of the very limited first release could not have been amused by the going price of around $300 last time I checked.
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Michael Fremer Posted: Jan 13, 2013 3 comments
Analogue Productions and Acoustic Sounds chief Chad Kassem showed me an early edition of the deluxe Doors box he's readying for production. The box will hold the entire set of double 45rpm LPs mastered by Doug Sax from the original master tapes and pressed at Kassem's Quality Record Productions.
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Michael Fremer Posted: Jan 13, 2013 1 comments
The superbly built and ultra-quiet Hannl line of record cleaning machines will once again be available in America, according to Advanced Multimedia France, representatives of which attended T.H.E. Show at the Flamingo Hotel.
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Michael Fremer Posted: Jan 12, 2013 4 comments
I enjoyed a memorable evening last Thursday, having dinner at Mario Batali's Carnevino with EveAnna Manley and her husband mastering engineer Dave Collins, record producer extraordinaire Rick Rubin, former MOG CEO David Hyman and CEO of Tune-Up, Gabriel Adiv.
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Michael Fremer Posted: Jan 12, 2013 0 comments
Franc Kuzma's new Stabi M turntable, shown with his 4 Point tonearm, continues the designer's descent into blackness, physically and, it's assumed sonically. With the exception of his handsome Stabi XL and perhaps the smaller "pipe bomb" Stabi S turntable, both of which are finished in brass, the Slovenia-based designer has kept things dark and pebbly.
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Michael Fremer Posted: Jan 12, 2013 0 comments
Bob Graham and Franc Kuzma, friendly competitors in the "arms war" share a light moment (of inertia).
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Michael Fremer Posted: Jan 12, 2013 0 comments
Basis Audio's A.J. Conti introduced at CES his new, impressive-looking Superarm 9 tonearm. The massive, sleek tonearm is a dual pivot design too clever to describe with words here.
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Michael Fremer Posted: Jan 12, 2013 1 comments
The new EAT E-glo phono preamp resembles a reel-to-reel tape recorder, don't you think? It features an outboard power supply and uses high quality parts including Mundorf caps. Tubes are the "usual suspect" dual triodes.
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Michael Fremer Posted: Jan 12, 2013 1 comments
VTL's new 2.5 phono preamp is chock full of good parts and built beautifully within a solid chassis. It's a hybrid design with a J-FET solid state MC input and a tubed MM section.
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Michael Fremer Posted: Jan 12, 2013 1 comments
I don't yet know how it sounds, but Pro-Ject's new Phono Box DS+ MM/MC phono preamp is among the handiest little phono preamps.

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