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Positive Feedback - Axiom II Pre-Amplifier

I see now why there are no used Axioms on eBay! I really didn't expect the results I got.  The mid-range and bass even got better and the highs were there when it was in the recorded music.  Maggies have no trouble with highs but I noticed that, in the dense texture of a romantic orchestra, I could still hear a triangle and high percussion with a little more clarity.  What I missed (I guess) was not hearing those high sounds and overtones within an envelope of noise. That envelope was gone; no noise at all! The mid bass also...

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VPI, Alta Audio and Luminous Audio Join Forces For a
Fabulous System Giveaway at Capital Audiofest

http://www.capitalaudiofest.com/p3319.html VPI, Alta Audio, Luminous Audio and Capital Audiofest Join Forces For a Fabulous System Giveaway One lucky audiophile to win a complete system worth over $12,000! For Immediate Release Rockville MD, June 7, 2016 – Gary Gill, the promoter and owner of the Capital Audiofest announced today an exciting promotion at the upcoming show. “We have had a tradition of giveaways at all of our previous shows, it’s always been a big crowd pleaser. After all who doesn’t like free stuff?” said Gill. “But in the past it has been components and accessories; this year we’ll be giving away...

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Arion named 2015 Product of the Year by Everything Audio Network!

Arion named 2015 Product of the Year by Everything Audio Network!

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Part Time Audiophile Review: Luminous Audio Arion and ModWright PH150 Phono Preamplifiers

Part Time Audiophile Review: Luminous Audio Arion and ModWright PH150 Phono Preamplifiers

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Cable sonics explained! Why cables DO make an audible difference.

As a cable designer who possesses a mere AAE in Electricity/Electronics, I have always been inherently dubious about writing a "white paper" or design principles essay regarding Luminous Audio's cable theories. For decades we heard fundamental electrical engineers state that there are no definitive reasons that any audio cables should be "capable" of altering the sound in any way provided they would pass a bandwidth of 20-20k hz (a very easy task btw). After conversing with a recent engineer buddy of mine, Arthur Ball, I realized I had found my man to assist me with such a difficult task. Art...

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