Simaudio 600i V2 Integrated Amplifier Review

Simaudio 600i V2 Integrated Amplifier Review

I’ve never heard of any excellent audio brands in Canada. In fact, you can only count one, but the national character of Canada is unusually low-profile. It began to design some Hi-End two-channel equipment and home theater amplifiers. Since then, I’ve encountered more Canadian audio products and discovered a common thread, namely the appearance of…

Jamo D530 Review
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Jamo D530 Review

Classics are always subconsciously associated with distant times or works of art with historical significance. So it is clear that if anything wants to become a classic, it must pass through time to become a symbol or memory of the generation. We like classics because they are representative and authoritative, and they may be more…

Magico A5 Review
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Magico A5 Review

For a long time, it was common practice to construct speaker bodies out of wood, but due to complicated processing, high production costs, and challenging sound tuning processes, materials such as slate, carbon fiber, and metal have become selling points of high-end speakers. Because these are often composed of special materials, their products will often…

Sonus Faber Electa Amator III Review
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Sonus Faber Electa Amator III Review

Electa Amator can be Sonus Faber’s most classic bookshelf speaker before launching the Stradivari series. The first generation of Electa Amator came out in 1987, combining solid wood, leather, and marble, beautiful Italian design elements. It became a classic when it was launched. Ten years later, in 1997, Sonus Faber launched the second-generation Electra Amator…