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Kevin Fiske reviews the HFIT Mains Block

Review of HiFi In Touch Mains Block If you have an audio system and it requires mains power from more wall sockets than you happen to have nearby, then there’s the gold standard: you pay an electrician to chop your listening room plaster away and install sufficient further sockets to …

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Little marvels – Royd Troubadour S Speaker Review

I seem to be forever reviewing small speakers in the £1300.00 ish price bracket. I suppose I have the right size room for them (about 4 x 3m ) and really ought to be in the market for something like this. However, my musical tastes tend to be bass heavy …

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Paul Macklam reviews the stunning Motus II Turntable

Stefan Stromhetz may not be a household name in UK audio circles, but his small German audio company “STST” established in 1985, is certainly worth investigating if you are in any way interested in analogue replay. They have two turntables in their range, the Motus and the Motus II, the …

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Leema Elements Ultra Phono Stage and a lesson in synergy

Elements Ultra Phono Stage.   Leema always feel to me like something of a recent addition to the HiFi world, I was quite surprised to find they’ve been going for  some time. A couple of ex-BBC engineers, Lee Taylor and the wonderfully named Mallory Nicholls started the firm back in …

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