Neko Audio CAS 2011 Reviews

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Neko Audio CAS 2011 Reviews
« on: 1 Sep 2011, 07:32 pm »
We were at this year's California Audio Show by Dagogo, which was tons of fun. Here's some coverage of our room!

We listened to Tobin’s “One Last Look,” and the sound was surprisingly relaxed, full-bodied, and appropriately compelling and fun, with impressive bass extension.
Stereophile - Smooth and Forgiving: Neko Audio, Chapman Audio Systems, Cary Audio, Parasound, MIT Cables

The mids and highs were rendered with such weight and clarity...detail retrieval at its purest, and gives the impression that there is nothing in between the digital section and your ears. A remarkable achievement.
Enjoy the Music - California Audio Show 2011 (CAS) By dagogo Report By Clarke Robinson (scroll down)

There would be no fence-sitting with this rig; it was a romantic, warm sounding system which would appeal to those who appreciate a weightier sound.
Dagogo - 2nd CAS Coverage, Part IV by Doug Schroeder

Including a couple of posts in a thread right here on AudioCircle. :D

I had the Neko room guy play my CD without using the DAC. Just the first track. Then he hooked up the DAC to the CD player and played the CD first track again. Tune easily sounded much better played through the DAC.
Charles Calkins - Re: Neko Audio D100 MkII review

I have to say my 10 minute visit in the Neko room gave me some of the same tingly feelings I get with vinyl. I probably had 20 rooms to notice the inadequacy of most of the digital front ends....but, the Neko Audio room was decidedly different and better sounding.
TheChairGuy - Re: Neko Audio D100 MkII review

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Re: Neko Audio CAS 2011 Reviews
« Reply #1 on: 9 Sep 2011, 06:45 am »
...David Abramson gave it high marks for being tonally balanced giving it his fullest recommendation...the sound was just that, tonally balanced, and involving.
StereoTimes - CAS 2011 Commentary by Thomas Turner (scroll 4/5 down)