Day 2: The (RMAF) Show Begins in Earnest

by Myles B. Astor

Day 2: The (RMAF) Show Begins in Earnest

by Myles B. Astor, audionirvana.org
First stop of the morning—in large part they were on the same floor as my sleeping room—was the Notable Audio room—with the new Joseph Audio Pearl 20/20 Graphene speakers fronted by Doshi Audio’s V3.0 generation of electronics.

The analog source was the massive J. Sikora Reference table from Poland; one mount held a Kuzma 12-inch 4-Pt arm and the other mount a J. Sikora KV12 VTA arm. Mike Trei mounted a Koetsu Onyx cartridge in the Kuzma and an Ortofon Anna Diamond in the Sikora. Cabling—as usual on Joseph Audio setups—was provided by Cardas Audio.

The sound was one of the best so far at the show especially in those ever so critical midrange frequencies. The soundstage was expansive and the solidity of the center image was super rock solid.

Day 2: The (RMAF) Show Begins in Earnest

by Myles B. Astor, audionirvana.org
First stop of the morning—in large part they were on the same floor as my sleeping room—was the Notable Audio room—with the new Joseph Audio Pearl 20/20 Graphene speakers fronted by Doshi Audio’s V3.0 generation of electronics.

The analog source was the massive J. Sikora Reference table from Poland; one mount held a Kuzma 12-inch 4-Pt arm and the other mount a J. Sikora KV12 VTA arm. Mike Trei mounted a Koetsu Onyx cartridge in the Kuzma and an Ortofon Anna Diamond in the Sikora. Cabling—as usual on Joseph Audio setups—was provided by Cardas Audio.

The sound was one of the best so far at the show especially in those ever so critical midrange frequencies. The soundstage was expansive and the solidity of the center image was super rock solid.

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