Coming soon in the next issue of HIFICRITIC...
July - September 2016: Volume 10, No 3: (Provisional content listing as of 5 September 2016; publication target late September)
Paul Messenger: Editorial
Stan’s Safari: a fascinating audio feature series from Stan Curtis
The Magico S5 MK II tower loudspeaker by Martin Colloms
The massive floor standing Spendor S200 by Paul Messenger
Three D stereo sound technologies by Keith Howard
JL Audio Fathom system review, a pair of subs with JL active crossover and the ATC SCM19 ‘satellites’: Kevin Fiske
USB DACS by Harriet Bryant: three AudioQuest Dragonflies, an MQA Meridian Explorer 2, and also augmented with AQ Jitterbugs
The Mytech DAC now with MQA, by Andrew Harrison
B&W Diamond 800 versus the new 802D3: Paul Messenger
Signal to noise ratio contrasting amplifiers and loudspeakers , by Martin Colloms
iFi PRO iCAN HP amplifier, Tubes and FETs by Jose Henriques
The surprising Dynaudio Emit M10 by Martin Colloms
Three loudspeakers contrasted, by Paul Messenger
The Graham Votu high power monitor, by Paul Messenger
‘Audio Insight’ by Julian Musgrave
Audionote : a complete high end system by Chris Frankland
The Julian Musgrave Feature
Two Fostex USB DAC headphone amplifiers, Martin Colloms
The new Fostex High Definition TH610 closed back rumoured to be derivative of the Denon ADH 7000 flagship model no longer made (by Fostex)
Short reviews (to be announced)
Favourite Recordings: Jazz by Greg Drygla, Classical by Colin Anderson, Rock by Nigel Finn
Subjective Sounds by Paul Messenger
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