It’s not how she looks; it’s her personality that counts. That’s both a cliché and a half-truth – a relationship falls as much to physically attraction as it does to emotional and cerebral nourishment. And so it goes with hi-fi gear. There will be folks lining up with disingenuity to tell you that it’s not how it looks, it’s how
The Victorian arm of Audio Addiction (run by James Hornby) will host an informal open day this coming April. It’s an opportunity for interested parties to hear products from WLM, Red Wine Audio, Trafomatic and Hoyt Bedford; what Audio Addiction refer to as ‘emotionally involving audio’. “Both James and I get no greater joy than selling a piece of hi-fi
As a follow-up piece to the 6Moons Hoyt Bedford review, I’ve penned some verbiage on how well the Trafomatic Aries SET tangos with the Bedford Babes. In the context of the Hoyt Bedford Type 2, the EL34 Aries was compared to an Exposure 2010s2, a Weston Acoustics Troubadour and a Dayens Ampino. Click here for the 6Moon-age daydream (oh yeah)
Commissioned for use with the Hoyt Bedford loudspeaker range, Audio Addiction Australia are excited to announce the forthcoming availability of the Trafomatic Aries integrated amplifier. “I wanted something to match the Hoyt-Bedford’s to perfection. To have energy and speed. To have single ended purity. There really was just one catch. It needed to built to budget. A reasonable budget, but
Without fail, each and every valve amplifier that has passed through the Darko doors has been christened (by my wife) with an all-too literally descriptive name: the Consonance M100+ was referred to as the “Prison Amplifier” (due to its tube cage), the JLTi EL34 is the “Power Station” and today I can reveal unto you “The Ridiculous Doctor Who Machine”.