Article by WL Low
On my final legs in Day 2 at the MOC, something really bling caught my eyes, ears & total imagination. Read on to find out!
The usual dhow pairing of ARC tube electronics & Sonus Faber speakers, fronted by an EAT design turn table. Sounds much better than I am used to hearing from this combo
Krell tries to make a come back, seen here with Sonus Faber speakers
However, Dan D Augostino still has the final say when it came to amplifier designs. Look at the bling factor of Breguet watch inspired meter dial!
This full Dan D’Augostino system, comprising of Momentum pre amp, mono blocks driving a pair of Sonus Faber speakers. Source id analog in the form of an EAT turn table. This system combo is truly high end, with sweet highs, full bodied, honeyed mid range and authoritative bass power. It’s the first time I am actually smitten by the Sonus Faber speakers, or is it the magic of Dan D’Agostino? My Day 2 “Best Sound of Show!”
Never thought Sonus Faber Lilium in white and oak wood vinyl can look & sound do pleasing!
Dan D’Agostino stereo power amp
Dan D’Augostino’s lifestyle all in one solution for that yuppie condo! A network music streamer with DAC and integrated amp all in one box, just add any high quality speaker of your choice
Full range of Velodyne sub woofers on display
Meridian is display only
The EAT turn tables and tone arm designs are very capable, and looks the part too!
Dynaudio on display only
More Dynaudio on display
NAD Master series CD player, streamer & ripper with integrated amp, again on display only
A single, lonely Dynaudio Evidence Platinum on display
A small demo corner for Dynaudio speakers, powered by NAD Master series electronic boxes