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The Triton Two+ handles high frequencies via a superb Heil-type tweeter, the all-important middle frequencies via dual ultra-wide-bandwidth midrange drivers, and the low end with a sophisticated 1200-watt DSP-controlled subwoofer. Together these elements give you a slender, full-range floorstander that sounds astonishingly refined, and offers robust dynamics and spectacular 3-D imaging. CM, 214

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This compact speaker incorporates DACs and power amplification along with the ability to access music (including hi-res) from your mobile device and stream it to the speaker. The BluOS module handles networking and streaming, and the SoundHub acts as preamplifier for connecting a range of sources including Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, LAN, and wired digital and analog, and then sends the selected signal wirelessly to the Callisto. The Callisto is equipped with MQA Core unfolding (but not full MQA decoding). With a flat frequency response (thanks in part to DSP crossovers), wide dynamics, excellent resolution of detail, and deeper bass than is expected from a small bookshelf speaker, the Callisto makes a strong case for an integrated system over component-audio at this price. MK, 293

Conservatively rated at 150W into 4 and 8 ohms, the Zesto 300 features pure Class A circuitry and uses six KT-88s per monoblock. The amplifiers belie their rated power and drive low-efficiency loudspeakers to satisfying levels with ease. There is no sonic mystery that these are tube amplifiers; tonal colors are rich and full-bodied with a lifelike warmth that never devolves into softness or syrup. If anything, the amplifiers are supremely transparent and reveal an amazing amount of musical detail regardless of source. PS, 273

The Humbolt grew out a project to pack as much performance as possible into a single chassis. It shares much of the technology of its more costly brethren, offers a full feature set, and can output a whopping 320Wpc into 8 ohms. The Humboldt delivers a bottomless noise floor that lets the music breath, and supreme dynamic prowess, conveying music with passion, soul, and energy. The sense of rhythm and pace are extraordinary, and the extremely low noise floor confers a seethrough clarity and transparency that render tone colors more vivid and alive. Extreme bottom-end grip is not quite as convincing as state-of-theart separates. MC, 316

With its wealth of controls, the two-box, solid-state 3010 preamplifier looks like it belongs in a NORAD control center. Boulder does nothing by half-measures: A new dual-phase 993SD gain stage and separate power supplies for each channel ensure that it is both dead quiet and can supply crushing fortissimos with ease. Perhaps the most impressive aspect of the Boulder is that it comes very close to the proverbial straightwire- with-gain that so many audiophiles lust after. Turn the volume dial up and the soundstage simply expands without the slightest sense of compression. It would be hard to think of a more linear amplifier than the Boulder. Those seeking tube-like bliss should look elsewhere. But for a refined presentation, amazing transient detail, and seemingly limitless power, this is it. JHb, 306

With a disc drive that will play CD and SACD, along with a fully equipped streaming DAC, the Mark Levinson No 5101 will handle just about any digital source. The player is compatible with PCM up to 32-bit/384kHz, as well as DSD up to 4x. On the technical side, the unit has a 32-bit ESS Sabre DAC with user-selectable digital filters and a proprietary jitter-reduction circuit. The output stage is fully discrete, direct-coupled, and dual monaural, with the signal output on RCA and XLR jacks. You can operate the unit via a traditional handheld remote control or via a custom app, called 5Kontrol. The player has excellent sound quality, particularly in the transition from the upper bass to the lower midrange, which preserves the natural warmth of music without softening it. AHC, 322

This beautifully built solid- state drive from Japan is designed for ultimate performance. The unit is built around the highest quality solid- state memory chips (1TB or 2TB arrays) encased in a massive vibration-resistant chassis. The power supply, output clocking, network isolation, and other design features are optimized for uncompromised audio performance. Although supplied with a dedicated music-management app, the HFAS1 can also be accessed through Roon. The sound quality of network streaming from the Fidata is exceptional, with greater resolution of low-level detail, a larger soundstage, and more natural rendering of timbre when compared with the same files played from an HDD through a USB interface. SSc, 319

The Aurender N20 slots in one position lower than its $22,500, state-of-the-art W20SE. Beautifully built and finished, the N20 sports outstanding transparency, resolution, and three-dimensionality. If you want a beautifully made audio streamer that supports on-board file storage, seamless integration with streaming services or a NAS, and is a veritable snap to set-up, the N20 bears serious consideration. With well-mastered recordings, it consistently delivered some of the best-sounding digital music for any attributes one would care to discuss. Forthcoming

The Crimson USB nails the midrange of the musical spectrum with fullness of body, warmth, transient speed, and an overall honesty that calms and relaxes the ear. Its light touch with difficult-to-capture vocal sibilance was excellent. A terrific upgrade cable (a standard-setter in this range) for nascent and skilled computer-audio fans alike. NG, 254


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