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  1. The New Mcintosh RS200 + Amazon Alexa = COOL Hi Everyone, So I certainly love a gadget and have to say this is pretty cool, matching one of the oldest HiFi brands in the world with cutting edge Alexa Voice control, basically partnering an Amazon Echo Dot with the new McIntosh RS200 Wireless speaker allowing you to control it via speech, this really does feel like we are finally getting to what was portrayed in Back to the Future all those years ago It is all run totally wireless other than the mains of course but it was pretty straight forward to setup, even for a dinosaur like me who is all a bit out of touch with all this kinda tech, basically first you setup the McIntosh with the Play-Fi app, then setup the Echo Dot with the Alexa app, then you have to install the Smart Home Play-Fi app within the Alexa app, then do a search and Alexa finds the RS200 and off you go, loads of talky fun It is definitely a gadget but I have to say it is good fun and personally I would be pretty keen to see this implemented into proper hifi as originally I thought about adding a DOT to my hifi at home for fun but I could only do this via the 3.5mm analogue out of the Dot, unfortunately it hasn’t got a digital out, so this would mean I would be using the DAC in the Dot and considering this is a £50 product you can imagine how rubbish that would sound but this way all the DOT is dong is controlling the RS200 so you don’t lose any of the sound quality. Certainly a technology to keep an eye on, if you’d like to come in at any time to have a chat with Alexa please feel free as we have this setup on permanent demonstration. Oh yeah, so how does the RS200 sound? very good to be fair and it means you can get those blue meters in your house without spending a fortune, I’m going to hook a REL T Zero up to it later today which will definitely improve things, it is certainly a versatile piece of kit. Please find a video below of me playing with the system this morning, look forward to trying some other stuff later. http://hifilounge.co.uk/mcintosh-rs200-wireless-speaker Cheers, Paul.
  2. Hi Everyone, So I certainly love a gadget and have to say this is pretty cool, matching one of the oldest HiFi brands in the world with cutting edge Alexa Voice control, basically partnering an Amazon Echo Dot with the new McIntosh RS200 Wireless speaker allowing you to control it via speech, this really does feel like we are finally getting to what was portrayed in Back to the Future all those years ago It is all run totally wireless other than the mains of course but it was pretty straight forward to setup, even for a dinosaur like me who is all a bit out of touch with all this kinda tech, basically first you setup the McIntosh with the Play-Fi app, then setup the Echo Dot with the Alexa app, then you have to install the Smart Home Play-Fi app within the Alexa app, then do a search and Alexa finds the RS200 and off you go, loads of talky fun It is definitely a gadget but I have to say it is good fun and personally I would be pretty keen to see this implemented into proper hifi as originally I thought about adding a DOT to my hifi at home for fun but I could only do this via the 3.5mm analogue out of the Dot, unfortunately it hasn’t got a digital out, so this would mean I would be using the DAC in the Dot and considering this is a £50 product you can imagine how rubbish that would sound but this way all the DOT is dong is controlling the RS200 so you don’t lose any of the sound quality. Certainly a technology to keep an eye on, if you’d like to come in at any time to have a chat with Alexa please feel free as we have this setup on permanent demonstration. Oh yeah, so how does the RS200 sound? very good to be fair and it means you can get those blue meters in your house without spending a fortune, I’m going to hook a REL T Zero up to it later today which will definitely improve things, it is certainly a versatile piece of kit. Please find a video below of me playing with the system this morning, look forward to trying some other stuff later. http://hifilounge.co.uk/mcintosh-rs200-wireless-speaker Cheers, Paul.
  3. Stax SRM-D10 Portable Energiser / DAC Now On Demo! Hi All, So this is something I didn’t think I’d ever see from Stax, a battery powered portable energiser with a DAC built in, think of it like a Mojo for Stax Earspeakers, brilliant idea, all we need now are a closed back pair of SR-009′s and I’ll be sorted when travelling Anyway we now have the SRM-D10 on permanent demo if you’d like to come and try it anytime with the Stax Earspeakers of your choosing. Features Compact electrostatic headphone amp/DAC Battery-powered, rechargeable Li-ion built-in battery pack High-resoluton Digital-to-Analog converter, supports up to DSD128 User selectable line-in and USB DAC All-aluminum chassis http://hifilounge.co.uk/stax-srm-d10-energiser Cheers, Paul.
  4. Hi All, So this is something I didn’t think I’d ever see from Stax, a battery powered portable energiser with a DAC built in, think of it like a Mojo for Stax Earspeakers, brilliant idea, all we need now are a closed back pair of SR-009′s and I’ll be sorted when travelling Anyway we now have the SRM-D10 on permanent demo if you’d like to come and try it anytime with the Stax Earspeakers of your choosing. Features Compact electrostatic headphone amp/DAC Battery-powered, rechargeable Li-ion built-in battery pack High-resoluton Digital-to-Analog converter, supports up to DSD128 User selectable line-in and USB DAC All-aluminum chassis http://hifilounge.co.uk/stax-srm-d10-energiser Cheers, Paul.
  5. Hi Trevor, I still haven't got it on the road yet, would you fancy it as it is? I paid £17k for it so would look to get the same back, just needs putting through the IVA test which Westfield said they will do but I just haven't got round to it, the plan was for this summer but I have now been distracted by another toy Just to wet your appetite
  6. Hi All, It's certainly not been an easy decision but I have decided to sell 3 of my Lotus Collection to fund a car that is a once in a lifetime purchase, more details to follow if I pull it off So I am selling below, if of any interest just either fire me over a PM, e-mail me on [email protected] or give me a ring 0n 01767 44121 Exige - 380 Cup, 1700 Miles, fully loaded, as new condition - £75,000 1985 Turbo Esprit - Fully Restored, Stunning Condition - £42,000 2000 Elise - Only 6800 Miles - Stunning, as new Condition, Larini Back box, original also supplied - £29,000 Cheers, Paul.
  7. Hi All, It's certainly not been an easy decision but I have decided to sell 3 of my Lotus Collection to fund a car that is a once in a lifetime purchase, more details to follow if I pull it off So I am selling below, if of any interest just either fire me over a PM, e-mail me on [email protected] or give me a ring 0n 01767 44121 Exige - 380 Cup, 1700 Miles, fully loaded, as new condition - £75,000 1985 Turbo Esprit - Fully Restored, Stunning Condition - £42,000 2000 Elise - Only 6800 Miles - Stunning, as new Condition, Larini Back box, original also supplied - £29,000 Cheers, Paul.
  8. This Weeks Installs - McIntosh / Sonus Faber and Wilson Audio! Hi There, Well it has certainly been a busy week dashing around the country installing some great HiFi so I thought I would share the 2 from below - Install one Have to say there was a great synergy with this system, the Sonus Faber Guarneri Traditions speakers give such a big but controlled sound they will play anything and driven by the Big Mc it was all so effortless and in all honesty is there a better looking system Please find the kit installed below - Sonus Faber Guarneri Tradition Speakers http://hifilounge.co.uk/sonus-faber-guarneri-tradition-speakers McIntosh MA9000 2-Channel Integrated Amplifier http://hifilounge.co.uk/mcintosh-ma9000-amplifier HiFi Racks Podium XL (V) http://hifilounge.co.uk/podium-xl-v-av-tv-stand All Hooked Up With Atlas Hyper Cables http://hifilounge.co.uk/atlas-hyper-cables Just waiting on the Chord Hugo TT 2 now to finish it all off. http://hifilounge.co.uk/chord-hugo-tt-2 Install 2 This one was a nice 200 mile round trip to deepest Norfolk but I will travel anywhere to install a pair of Wilsons This time it was to upgrade the customer’s Wilson Sabrina’s to the new Sasha DAW’s, needless to say he was very happy when we left him. From The Sabrina - To the Sasha DAW Wilson Audio Sasha DAW Loudspeakers http://hifilounge.co.uk/wilson-audio-sasha-daw-speakers Cheers, Paul.
  9. Hi There, Well it has certainly been a busy week dashing around the country installing some great HiFi so I thought I would share the 2 from below - Install one Have to say there was a great synergy with this system, the Sonus Faber Guarneri Traditions speakers give such a big but controlled sound they will play anything and driven by the Big Mc it was all so effortless and in all honesty is there a better looking system Please find the kit installed below - Sonus Faber Guarneri Tradition Speakers http://hifilounge.co.uk/sonus-faber-guarneri-tradition-speakers McIntosh MA9000 2-Channel Integrated Amplifier http://hifilounge.co.uk/mcintosh-ma9000-amplifier HiFi Racks Podium XL (V) http://hifilounge.co.uk/podium-xl-v-av-tv-stand All Hooked Up With Atlas Hyper Cables http://hifilounge.co.uk/atlas-hyper-cables Just waiting on the Chord Hugo TT 2 now to finish it all off. http://hifilounge.co.uk/chord-hugo-tt-2 Install 2 This one was a nice 200 mile round trip to deepest Norfolk but I will travel anywhere to install a pair of Wilsons This time it was to upgrade the customer’s Wilson Sabrina’s to the new Sasha DAW’s, needless to say he was very happy when we left him. From The Sabrina - To the Sasha DAW Wilson Audio Sasha DAW Loudspeakers http://hifilounge.co.uk/wilson-audio-sasha-daw-speakers Cheers, Paul.
  10. Wilson Audio Open Day - March 23rd! Hi Everyone, For our next Open Day we are going to be showcasing Wilson Audio Speakers, without doubt makes of some of the finest speakers in the world, you get certain moments in your HiFi life where you hear something for the first time and you know that is the sound for you, it happened many years ago when I heard my first pair of PMC Speakers and more recently I got that same feeling again when I heard my first pair of Wilsons and to be honest with the release of the new Sasha DAW there has never been a better time to hold a Wilson Audio Open day as these speakers who have been designed by Daryl Wilson in tribute to his Dad, Dave Wilson the founder of Wilson Audio who sadly passed away last year, hence his initials DAW, are quite exceptional, they really are a stunning tribute to Dave. So what is the day going to comprise of? well we will be running 3 rooms, the final setups are yet to be 100% confirmed but I thought it was time that we also run turntables in each room as well as digital so if you’ve got any vinyl you’d like to bring along please feel free, please see below for what we’ll be having running on the day. Room 1 - Upstairs Demo Room As well as the DAW’s being new the TuneTot’s were only released a few months ago and really are an incredible speaker, giving all those brilliant Wilson attributes but in a smaller package that isn’t fussy in placement, we will be running these in our upstairs room driven by a Bryston Pre/Power with the dCS Network Bridge or Bartok and the Michell GyroDec for Vinyl duties so make sure you venture upstairs as this room is bound to sound excellent. Room 2 - The Naim Room In here we’ll be running one of my favourite Wilson’s, the Sabrina, what I love about these speakers is the size and quality of sound they give from a small speaker, they are just so musical and they always make me smile when I’m listening to them, there really do defy their size, so we will be running our Sabrina’s on our 500 Naim System with the new Rega Planar 8 on hand for vinyl duties, again this is a another combo that will really sing. Room 3 - The Highend Room So this is the big one, all guns blazing in here to really show what the Sasha DAW’s are capable off, I stayed late this last Saturday night listening to this exact system and I was sitting there wondering how things could really sound any better as it really was singing. So we will have the DAW’s driven by the epic Audio Research Reference 160M Mono Block valve amps with the matching Reference 6 Pre-amp, for digital duties we will be using the dCS Rossini running the new version 2.0 firmware which really is a step up in sound quality and for vinyl duties we will be using our newest Turntable brand, the brilliant VPI Prime Signature running a Lyra Kleos cartridge which I must say sounds brilliant. RSVP Please So there should be enough there to keep everyone busy for a while, we will also be having american themed food for the day + drinks and help will be on hand from the guys from Absolute Sounds who can answer any Wilson or Highend HiFi Questions you may have, it will be great if you can come along but if you could please just let me know on the below e-mail address that will be great, thanks - [email protected] I’m really looking forward to this one as I know we will have 3 fantastic sounding rooms so hope to see you on March 23rd, we’ll be starting from 10am till 5pm so hope to see you then. Please see below for the Wilson Audio Range of Speakers on our website below - http://hifilounge.co.uk/wilson-audio Wilson Audio Visit 2017 Finally for those who didn’t see my original blogs back in July 2017 when I was lucky enough to visit Wilson Audio in Utah for a factory tour and more importantly visit Dave Wilson’s house to hear the incredible WAMM’s which is an experience I will never forget, please see below for a couple of links What it is like being Wamm’d - http://bit.ly/2uga6Ux Wilson Audio Factory Tour - http://bit.ly/2v9vt8i Regards, Paul.
  11. Hi Everyone, For our next Open Day we are going to be showcasing Wilson Audio Speakers, without doubt makes of some of the finest speakers in the world, you get certain moments in your HiFi life where you hear something for the first time and you know that is the sound for you, it happened many years ago when I heard my first pair of PMC Speakers and more recently I got that same feeling again when I heard my first pair of Wilsons and to be honest with the release of the new Sasha DAW there has never been a better time to hold a Wilson Audio Open day as these speakers who have been designed by Daryl Wilson in tribute to his Dad, Dave Wilson the founder of Wilson Audio who sadly passed away last year, hence his initials DAW, are quite exceptional, they really are a stunning tribute to Dave. So what is the day going to comprise of? well we will be running 3 rooms, the final setups are yet to be 100% confirmed but I thought it was time that we also run turntables in each room as well as digital so if you’ve got any vinyl you’d like to bring along please feel free, please see below for what we’ll be having running on the day. Room 1 - Upstairs Demo Room As well as the DAW’s being new the TuneTot’s were only released a few months ago and really are an incredible speaker, giving all those brilliant Wilson attributes but in a smaller package that isn’t fussy in placement, we will be running these in our upstairs room driven by a Bryston Pre/Power with the dCS Network Bridge or Bartok and the Michell GyroDec for Vinyl duties so make sure you venture upstairs as this room is bound to sound excellent. Room 2 - The Naim Room In here we’ll be running one of my favourite Wilson’s, the Sabrina, what I love about these speakers is the size and quality of sound they give from a small speaker, they are just so musical and they always make me smile when I’m listening to them, there really do defy their size, so we will be running our Sabrina’s on our 500 Naim System with the new Rega Planar 8 on hand for vinyl duties, again this is a another combo that will really sing. Room 3 - The Highend Room So this is the big one, all guns blazing in here to really show what the Sasha DAW’s are capable off, I stayed late this last Saturday night listening to this exact system and I was sitting there wondering how things could really sound any better as it really was singing. So we will have the DAW’s driven by the epic Audio Research Reference 160M Mono Block valve amps with the matching Reference 6 Pre-amp, for digital duties we will be using the dCS Rossini running the new version 2.0 firmware which really is a step up in sound quality and for vinyl duties we will be using our newest Turntable brand, the brilliant VPI Prime Signature running a Lyra Kleos cartridge which I must say sounds brilliant. RSVP Please So there should be enough there to keep everyone busy for a while, we will also be having american themed food for the day + drinks and help will be on hand from the guys from Absolute Sounds who can answer any Wilson or Highend HiFi Questions you may have, it will be great if you can come along but if you could please just let me know on the below e-mail address that will be great, thanks - [email protected] I’m really looking forward to this one as I know we will have 3 fantastic sounding rooms so hope to see you on March 23rd, we’ll be starting from 10am till 5pm so hope to see you then. Please see below for the Wilson Audio Range of Speakers on our website below - http://hifilounge.co.uk/wilson-audio Wilson Audio Visit 2017 Finally for those who didn’t see my original blogs back in July 2017 when I was lucky enough to visit Wilson Audio in Utah for a factory tour and more importantly visit Dave Wilson’s house to hear the incredible WAMM’s which is an experience I will never forget, please see below for a couple of links What it is like being Wamm’d - http://bit.ly/2uga6Ux Wilson Audio Factory Tour - http://bit.ly/2v9vt8i Regards, Paul.
  12. dCS Bartók Un-Boxing Time Lapse Video! Hi Everyone, Here is the 2nd video in our Time Lapse series as we try something different, just a bit of fun really, anyone know the song being played? most definitely one of my favourites Bartok’s First Demo! So here we go, just finished setting up for a demo today with the dCS Bartok v the Chord Electronics Hugo TT 2 with Scaler, this is our first demo of the Bartok going up against it’s main rival, I have a feeling Dave will be entering the shootout at some point, certainly going to be an interesting demo. http://hifilounge.co.uk/dcs-Bartok-dac Cheers, Paul.
  13. Hi Everyone, Here is the 2nd video in our Time Lapse series as we try something different, just a bit of fun really, anyone know the song being played? most definitely one of my favourites Bartok’s First Demo! So here we go, just finished setting up for a demo today with the dCS Bartok v the Chord Electronics Hugo TT 2 with Scaler, this is our first demo of the Bartok going up against it’s main rival, I have a feeling Dave will be entering the shootout at some point, certainly going to be an interesting demo. http://hifilounge.co.uk/dcs-Bartok-dac Cheers, Paul.
  14. dCS Bartók DAC / Headphone Amp Now On Demo! Hi Everyone, So we have been waiting for some time to get our hands on the new and very exciting dCS Bartók so I am very pleased to say that our demo model arrived on Friday and already we have quite a few demo’s booked in for it which is great news and just goes to show the anticipation for this product. There is certainly a lot of excitement around the Bartók and rightly so, for one it is built around the legendary dCS Ring DAC that is seen in the dCS Highend Vivaldi systems with it’s user selectable filters and DXD oversampling and switchable DSD upsampling all of which would have been great in itself for £9999 but it is so much more than that as it is also a streamer which can be fed from local storage such as a Melco or from streaming services such as Tidal and is full MQA Compatible, it also supports Roon which I know is a must have for a lot of our customers nowadays, it is also a pre-amp with XLR and RCA outputs and for an extra £2000 you can spec it as a Highend Headphone Amp with a 6.3mm and 4 Pin XLR outputs, I mean for £11999 in this guise it really is an incredible product, almost like a swiss army knife for Highend HiFi especially if going with the Headphone version which we have here on demo, I certainly don’t know of any product that is this complete and if like me you love your headphone listening as an all in one solution there really is nothing to compete. As for sound quality, well we have only been playing it on headphones since it arrived and it has performed brilliantly, even headphones that are not my favourite sound great on the Bartók which is a good start, I have now moved it into one of our demo rooms to run it all week to get some hours on it to get it at it’s best before the demo’s start but I should say that until the new recent firmware came out for the Rossini the Bartók sounded very similar, so much so that dCS had to up the performance of the Rossini to make the step up more noticeable, which I should say really has taken the Rossini to another level, but considering the Rossini starts at £17,089 again this is another indicator to what great value to Bartók is. The above Rossini upgrade is also worth mentioning as this is a really big positive for dCS as when you buy a dCS product if they find a way to improve the performance and sound quality they will release new firmware for free so it is like getting a new product a few years into its life which is no bad thing. Also if you want to get more performance from the Bartók you can also add the external Rossini clock which will take it to another level again, when adding the Clock to the Rossini it really does focus the presentation and tighten everything up, it isn’t a subtle change and is definitely worth considering, it’s like adding the Chord Electronics M Scaler to DAVE, it does a different job but the gains are equally as impressive. Talking of DAVE, this leads me nicely into the million dollar question that I know I am going to get asked an awful lot of times going forward, what is better, Bartók or DAVE? Well the demo’s I have booked for the Bartók so far all want to compare it to Chords Brilliant DAVE and it goes without saying these 2 are going to be going head to head a lot in the future, one thing I know is that Chord and dCS approach their DAC technology in very different ways and they really do both sound quite different so without wanting to appear to be sitting on the fence it really will be down to personal preference and I can’t wait personally to start these demos’ But one thing is certain the Bartók is a brilliant addition to the DAC and Headphone market and if you are looking for the ultimate one box solution for your headphone listening I would say the search is now over and I should just say that the built quality of the Bartók really is quite stunning, dCS have always been known to make beautiful equipment and it is the same with the Bartók, it just oozes quality. A Rather Nice Headphone Setup. I just couldn’t resist setting this up on Friday as soon as the Bartók arrived, my 2 favourite headphones fed by the Bartók, the Focal Utopia’s fed direct by the Bartók and the Stax SR-009S’s with the T8000 Energiser fed by the Bartók’s XLR outputs and the beauty is that to switch between the 2 you just press the output button on the Bartók and it switches between the headphone sockets and the analogue outputs on the rear and it remembers the volume for each output individually which just goes to show the amount of thought gone into this product. Anyway I’ll shut up now but please find a link to the Bartók on our website and some pictures below and if you’d like to come and experience the Bartók for yourself please get in touch to arrange a demo - http://hifilounge.co.uk/dcs-Bartok-dac Running the Bartók In with Bryston 28B3′s and the new Wilson Audio DAW’s, Not too Shabby :) Cheers, Paul.
  15. Hi Everyone, So we have been waiting for some time to get our hands on the new and very exciting dCS Bartók so I am very pleased to say that our demo model arrived on Friday and already we have quite a few demo’s booked in for it which is great news and just goes to show the anticipation for this product. There is certainly a lot of excitement around the Bartók and rightly so, for one it is built around the legendary dCS Ring DAC that is seen in the dCS Highend Vivaldi systems with it’s user selectable filters and DXD oversampling and switchable DSD upsampling all of which would have been great in itself for £9999 but it is so much more than that as it is also a streamer which can be fed from local storage such as a Melco or from streaming services such as Tidal and is full MQA Compatible, it also supports Roon which I know is a must have for a lot of our customers nowadays, it is also a pre-amp with XLR and RCA outputs and for an extra £2000 you can spec it as a Highend Headphone Amp with a 6.3mm and 4 Pin XLR outputs, I mean for £11999 in this guise it really is an incredible product, almost like a swiss army knife for Highend HiFi especially if going with the Headphone version which we have here on demo, I certainly don’t know of any product that is this complete and if like me you love your headphone listening as an all in one solution there really is nothing to compete. As for sound quality, well we have only been playing it on headphones since it arrived and it has performed brilliantly, even headphones that are not my favourite sound great on the Bartók which is a good start, I have now moved it into one of our demo rooms to run it all week to get some hours on it to get it at it’s best before the demo’s start but I should say that until the new recent firmware came out for the Rossini the Bartók sounded very similar, so much so that dCS had to up the performance of the Rossini to make the step up more noticeable, which I should say really has taken the Rossini to another level, but considering the Rossini starts at £17,089 again this is another indicator to what great value to Bartók is. The above Rossini upgrade is also worth mentioning as this is a really big positive for dCS as when you buy a dCS product if they find a way to improve the performance and sound quality they will release new firmware for free so it is like getting a new product a few years into its life which is no bad thing. Also if you want to get more performance from the Bartók you can also add the external Rossini clock which will take it to another level again, when adding the Clock to the Rossini it really does focus the presentation and tighten everything up, it isn’t a subtle change and is definitely worth considering, it’s like adding the Chord Electronics M Scaler to DAVE, it does a different job but the gains are equally as impressive. Talking of DAVE, this leads me nicely into the million dollar question that I know I am going to get asked an awful lot of times going forward, what is better, Bartók or DAVE? Well the demo’s I have booked for the Bartók so far all want to compare it to Chords Brilliant DAVE and it goes without saying these 2 are going to be going head to head a lot in the future, one thing I know is that Chord and dCS approach their DAC technology in very different ways and they really do both sound quite different so without wanting to appear to be sitting on the fence it really will be down to personal preference and I can’t wait personally to start these demos’ But one thing is certain the Bartók is a brilliant addition to the DAC and Headphone market and if you are looking for the ultimate one box solution for your headphone listening I would say the search is now over and I should just say that the built quality of the Bartók really is quite stunning, dCS have always been known to make beautiful equipment and it is the same with the Bartók, it just oozes quality. A Rather Nice Headphone Setup. I just couldn’t resist setting this up on Friday as soon as the Bartók arrived, my 2 favourite headphones fed by the Bartók, the Focal Utopia’s fed direct by the Bartók and the Stax SR-009S’s with the T8000 Energiser fed by the Bartók’s XLR outputs and the beauty is that to switch between the 2 you just press the output button on the Bartók and it switches between the headphone sockets and the analogue outputs on the rear and it remembers the volume for each output individually which just goes to show the amount of thought gone into this product. Anyway I’ll shut up now but please find a link to the Bartók on our website and some pictures below and if you’d like to come and experience the Bartók for yourself please get in touch to arrange a demo - http://hifilounge.co.uk/dcs-Bartok-dac Running the Bartók In with Bryston 28B3′s and the new Wilson Audio DAW’s, Not too Shabby :) Cheers, Paul.
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