From the June 2021 Stereophile:
HiFi by the Pound? From the PrimaLuna
ad: "$9k for a 15lb preamp?!
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2. HYPSOS by Ferrum
Revolutionary power supply
Linear/switching hybrid design 100-240V AC in
5-30VDC out 6A/60W
HYPSOS comes with one of the two high
quality DC power cables fitted with a 5.5 x 2.5mm and a 5.5
x 2.1mm DC plug, to connect to the most commonly used DC inlets.
Other DC plugs can be made to order. $995
3. I see MQA technology continues
to be licensed. Have there been any rigorous tests?
Radio Paradise, an internet radio station, has signed an exclusive
deal with MQA.
4. Need a recordist:
A friend is working on a multilocation recording project, and
seeks someone to record one part of it: a calliope in southern
Requirements: ~two hours of music; anticipating two-mike stereo
on one side, same on the other, plus a single mike at the end
where the drum is located. Recording at 24bit/96k per channel
is required. The time frame is within the next two months (sooner
Contact me and I can put you in touch with the project manager.
David J. Weinberg (301-593-3230; WeinbergDJ@BostonAudioSociety.org
email me here