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AudioQuest Niagara 1200 Reviewed

The AudioQuest Niagara 1200 Low-Z power conditioner is the low-end unit of the Niagara line that includes the 3000, 5000, and 7000. The 1200 replaces the previous 1000 model for the same price. The design allows the user to place the unit in a standard configuration with the cables out the back, or they can opt to place it on its front with the cables out the top or even on one end if space is lacking.

Naim Audio Adds Access to Qobuz Streaming Services

Naim Audio in the UK has over 46 years of exemplary audio design experience, and they continue to expand their offering to customers with their latest announcement. They have released a firmware upgrade that allows customers to add native Qobuz support to their streaming family. This upgrade will allow Naim owners to use their Naim control app to enjoy full access to Qobuz services including high-resolution streaming up to 24-bit/192kHz quality.

Take a Look at the Aurender W20 at Suncoast Audio

Suncoast Audio proudly offers the Aurender W20 music server for our audiophile clients. For those who are not familiar with the Aurender server, this product is specifically designed to replace a PC or laptop to store your digital music files. What sets Aurender apart from other music server manufacturers is that they do very well what others attempt to do — to create a digital music source that passes digital binary signals to your audio system in complete isolation from the environment around it. That includes both ambient and electronic signals that can corrupt digital signals with unwanted noise.

Bryston 4B & 14B “Cubed” Power Amplifier Reviews

Bryston produces a full line of amplifiers, pre-amps, electronic crossovers, digital players, power conditioners, speakers, and more. We will look at and compare two of their products, the 4B and 14B “Cubed” power amplifiers. Both are two-channel systems with very low harmonic distortion and independent power supplies for each channel. The major difference between the Bryston 4B and 14B “Cubed” power amplifiers is the power output. You can see this in the table below: