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Coming in the next issue of HIFICRITIC...
January-March 2015: Volume 9, No 1: (Provisional content listing as of 2nd March 2015; publication target March)
Paul Messenger: Editorial
Melco NZ1 Music Vault feature review by Martin Colloms
Stan’s Safari: the Stan Curtis Quest for Audio Realism Continues
Naim ND5XS by Martin Colloms
Naim ND5XS with PS5XS by Martin Colloms
Royd Troubadour by Paul Messenger
Meridian MQA analysed and auditioned by Martin Colloms
PMC 20.26 Loudspeaker by Chris Bryant
Improving my Tannoys by system set up optimisation by David King, plus The GBS (Get Better Sound) book review by Martin Colloms
Devialet D200 technology and audition by Martin Colloms
Devialet SAM speaker signal processor investigated by Martin Colloms
Devialet SAM speaker signal processor auditioned with PMC 20.26, BBC LS3/5a 15ohm, Acoustic Energy AE1 original and Magico S5 by Martin Colloms
A Budget Arcam DAC by Paul Messenger
The Linn Kandid Cartridge by Paul Messenger
My HiFi Journey by Peter Maguire
Jordan Aurora speakers by Paul Messenger
Pluto active loudspeaker by Paul Messenger
The Paul Stephenson Interview by Chris Frankland
The Musical Fidelity Merlin LP Player system by Andrew Everard
Favourite Things from Wendy Clark of Hi-Fi Lounge
Pop, Jazz, and Classical record reviews
Subjective Sounds by Paul Messenger