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Latest Reviews

Monitor Audio MA9
(1 vote : 2 reviews)

Monitor Audio MA9

By: Stuart
"Added a Sub Woofer"
4 out of 5 09 September 2020
I have added a Tannoy Subwoofer to the MA9s Wow what a difference..still the wonderful clarity and instrument separation but now with real bass extension..adding the subwoofer has really allowed the MA9s to breath properly and they certainly still retain the clarity and detail even when pushed..highly recommended if you can find a pair More

Marantz CD-67SE
(2 votes : 1 review)

Marantz CD-67SE

By: Randy
"CD-67SE"
0 out of 5 27 August 2020
Bought mine used a few years ago for $50. No issues. Sounds great with my Pioneer SX receiver. This is a very natural sounding unit with great detail. I have two or CD Players that are Sony's. Nothing offensive with those but the Marantz does sound warmer and more detailed. More

Sony STR-D1015
(7 votes : 3 reviews)

Sony STR-D1015

By: CJ
"SONY STR-D1015"
5 out of 5 19 August 2020
BOUGHT IT NEW AND IT GETS ALOT OF MUSIC BEING PLAID VERY LOUD. I AM RUNNING PIONEER SPEAKERS WITH 15 INCH WOOFERS AND HAVE TO BE CAREFUL NOT TO BLOWING THEM UP. IT PRODUCES 120 WATTS PER CHANNEL. IT ALSO HAS A SWITCH IN THE BACK TO CHANGE FROM 8 OHMS TO 4 OHMS AND CHANGES OUTPUT TO 145 WATTS PER CHANNEL. WHEN RUNNING YOU RECIEVER HARD ALOT I WOULD RECOMMEND RUNNING A COMPUTER COOLING FAN ON TOP OF RECIEVER TO KEEP IT COOL. YOUR RECIEVER WILL LAST... More

Wharfedale Linton XP2
(4 votes : 2 reviews)

Wharfedale Linton XP2

By: Dave Bee
"One of the best at the time"
5 out of 5 15 August 2020
Got these in 1981 for my 21st birthday! Used them until I bought an expensive Technics stack system. Recently got them out of the garage where they had been 'neglected' for 20 years. One still works and sounds great. The bass speaker of the other has failed, possibly due to age or because I used to play a synthesiser through it! More

Tannoy 635 D50
(7 votes : 1 review)

Tannoy 635 D50

By: Nick Pledger
"Tannoy 635 D50"
4 out of 5 04 August 2020
This is a great speaker for the price - 499 reduced to 299 when I bought mine in the late 90s. A professional review of around that time rated them as "good", just below the top rating of "best buy" - this was at 499. I bought them to provide tv sound, and for background sound in my sitting/dining room, together with items discarded from my "real hifi", and they have performed very well - always showing the benefit of upgrading and the qu... More

Cambridge Audio CXA60

Cambridge Audio CXA60

By: Mike Hutchinson
"Cambridge Audio CXA60"
4 out of 5 31 July 2020
Picked this up on ebay for 350 in mint condition with original packaging. The amp is bright as you would expect but not brash and running through Monitor Audio Bronze speakers has plenty enough bass for most types of music, the 2 channel system also being used for watching films. Looks great with the floating chassis design and very well built with a sleek high end appearance. Remote is perfectly usable and the amp makes an audible click when ch... More

Wharfedale 505.2
(4 votes : 2 reviews)

Wharfedale 505.2

By: Neil McPherson
"My favourite speakers"
5 out of 5 16 July 2020
I have had a lot of different bookshelf Hi fi speakers over the years, including Castle acoustics, JPW's and other Wharfedales, but these are undoubtedly my favourites. Treble is very clean, and the Bass lacks the boominess that bookshelf bass refllex speakers are prone to exhibit. But the most remarkable aspect of is the stereo imaging. The speakers just disappear, and both instrumental and voice performances area amazingly detailed. I would n... More

Kenwood KA-8150
(4 votes : 2 reviews)

Kenwood KA-8150

By: John B
"kenwood KA 8150"
5 out of 5 06 July 2020
Been into electronics, and Hi-Fi in particular, for over 50 years now. My KA 8150 is so old it might be living on borrowed time, but still sounds amazing. Currently it is connected to a pair of Sansui SP 7300 speakers on one output, and my own home-made units on the other output. Because the frequency response of the two pairs of speakers isn't identical, you tend to get a unique effect, especially because the speakers are in the corners of t... More

Mission 767
(2 votes : 1 review)

Mission 767

By: Chris
"Still Hard to Beat and Going Strong after all this time"
5 out of 5 14 June 2020
June 2020 Review I bought these used, complete with LFAU, way back in 1996, apparently mine were the originals demonstrated at various European hifi conventions in late 89 and 1990's. We have a large living room 50sqM and simply put they are definitely full range down to 20hz that you can feel at high volumes and transparent in the sound field. They are complex for an amp to drive and you absolutely need a high current capable amp, forget t... More

Hitachi SR-4010
(5 votes : 2 reviews)

Hitachi SR-4010

By: Gregory McKee
"Receiver"
5 out of 5 09 June 2020
Incredible quality for the money, paid 10 dollars for the receiver and a pair of Polk m series 311, now my home system is complete and I am very happy. More