Custom In-Ear Monitors from Sony? Meet the Just ear. These have a hybrid acoustic structure which incorporates a large-caliber dynamic driver unit with a balanced armature driver. Three tuning selections are available – Monitor, Listening, and Club sound so you can get just the sound you want.
A.I. in a receiver? Yamaha’s latest RX-A1080 uses A.I. to automatically switch between DSP styles according to what’s playing, so you always get the best audio. The 7.2 channel receiver also supports Dolby Atmos and DTS:X, so you’ll be equipped with all the latest tech from the get-go.
Now these speakers literally fill the entire room. The ESD Acoustic Full Horn System's horns are made of carbon fiber, giving them high fidelity and high efficiency. Meanwhile, the drivers feature Truextent Beryllium diaphragms for their fast response and field coils to enable the diaphragms to start and stop instantly.
An obvious tribute to The Beatles, this turntable is part of Pro-ject’s Artist Collection, and it features a glass platter so the artwork can be enjoyed without obstruction when not in use. It has an S-shaped aluminum arm, and even comes with a matching yellow Concorde cartridge from Ortofon called Sonar to complete the look!
Portable music players don’t get much smaller than the Shanling M1 you see here. It measures just 60 x 50 x 13mm and weighs only 60g, but still manages to fit in a 2.35” TFT HD screen (360x400px) and a 950mAh battery that’s good for 9-10 hours of playback time.
Talk about blinged out cables. The Fono Acustica Virtuoso cable comes in lengths of 1.0m, 1.5m, 2.0m, and 2.5m, with cable diameter of 18mm and connector diameter of 21mm. Naturally, only silver or gold conductors are used.
A serious chunk of stereo equipment, the Niko1300 is described as an “over-designed” amplifier that has power management for up to a whopping 1950W! The high-end power amplifier is machined from a 22Kg solid billet of 6060 aluminum alloy, allowing for perfect thermal stability and cooling efficiency even under extreme use.