Wilson Audio and The Sounds Of Salt Lake City
The Sounds Of Salt Lake City
Our M.D. Struan Mackenzie took the welcome opportunity to visit the base of Wilson Audio speakers in Salt Lake City, Utah, USA. Not only did he experience the factory tour to witness for himself the care and precision taken during manufacture, but was invited into the Wilson family home to hear the the wonderful product serenade him and capture his heart. Struan has always been an admirer of Wilson speakers – after all Hi-Fi Corner/Homesound have been stockists for a quite while now, but this time the relationship was cemented. Read his letter from Utah and the see the photos of his memorable “Brief Encounter”.
Turntable Set-Up - Getting the Best Out of Your Deck
So, the box containing your shiny new deck has been safely delivered and you're pretty anxious to enter the gates of audio Heaven. It's quite understandable, you're simply dying to hear your treasured Half Man Half Biscuit album like never before since the Hit Parade was a must listen. But as another combo of the period advised.... Relax, don't do it (although somehow, I don't think they were referring to over-eager turntable set-up).
Chord Hugo 2 and Upgraded Updated Greatness
A Guide To: Turntables
AVI Active Speakers - DM5's and DM10's
A Beginner's Guide To: Starting Your Set Up
Looking for an all-in-one wireless speaker that sounds ace, beautifully well-built and easy to use? The Naim Mu-so might just have you covered. From the moment you take it out of the box; to hearing it with your own ears, you will be surprised of what this speaker is capable of. This is all aided by a sweet accompanying application that is used to control the Mu-so, you will locate your way around it in no time and if you are seeking a sound as close to a separates system without having all of the boxes and separate speakers, you can't really go wrong.
Chord Electronics DAVE - Put On Cords, Connect Your Chord Cables, and Listen to Chord Electronics
It's not often we see a brand which defines a category, but that's exactly what we are seeing by Chord Electronics whom now have arguably the best digital to analogue converter range on the planet, and we have them all in our Edinburgh store for your delight.
From the £399 Chord Mojo to the £7,950 DAVE and all the models in-between, these hugely impressive Rob Watt's designs have far more processing power than most Wolfson or Burr Brown chip sets.