Enjoy the Music.com's September Review Magazine highlights our annual Blue Note Award! This edition celebrates the very best gear reviewed within the past year! We also have a World Premiere high-end audio review, two cable reviews, Kondo-san concerning his legendary Audio Note Ongaku, a DIY project from none other than the illustrious Nelson Pass plus many music reviews and much more! See the September issue at:www.enjoythemusic.com/magazine/
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The Listening Room
Audio Note Ongaku
Article by Hiroyasu Kondo, Audio Note Japan
Article By Dan Schmalle
In This Issue.... Best Of 2011 Blue Note Awards
Plus special mentions of the Dunlavy Signature Collection SC-IV speakers, Dayton Audio DSS4-BC loudspeaker spikes, and Harmonix TU-666M tuning feet.
Article By Steven R. Rochlin
Audiolics Anonymous Chapter 142
Audioengine 5 Powered Speakers And JPLAY Computer Program.
Article By Dr. Bill Gaw
High End Society
Quality Has Its Price: "Cheap" is not the same as "value for money".
Superior Audio Equipment
Leaving Class A
Article By Nelson Pass of Pass Labs
Supersymmetry Balanced Single-Ended Class-A X250 Stereo Amplifier
Review By A. Colin Flood
Audio Note UK Ongaku
A very temping aural pleasure.
Review By Steven R. Rochlin
Audiophile Equipment Reviews
Blue Note Awards!
Best Audiophile Equipment Of The Year Awards 2011
As Chosen By The Enjoy the Music.com Staff
Music Culture Technology MC 801 Power Amplifier
And MC 601 Preamplifier
Designed by Wolfgang Meletzky to high-end standards as grand marvels.
Review By Anthony Nicosia
The Physics of Music Book written by Barry Parker
Review By Jeff Poth
GutWire Uno-S & Eon-Z Interconnects
Plus SP-11.1 & SP-CE Power Cable
Good cables don’t come cheap yet expensive cables may fail to convince.
Review By Phil Gold
JPS Labs UltraConductor 2 Series Cables
Making a difference with high quality cables.
Review By Alfred R. Fredel
The Slot Loaded Open Baffle Project
Article By Nelson Pass
Charge Coupled Crossovers
Article By Jeff Poth
Building Oblate Spheroid Waveguides
Far and away the most difficult project I've done to date.
Article By Jeff Poth
PLUS Many Music Reviews
See the September Review Magazine atwww.enjoythemusic.com/magazine/