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  • dCS Vivaldi APEX
    Lockdown afforded dCS’s engineers the time and space to look at the implementation of its iconic Ring DAC afresh. The APEX upgrade is tested here in its flagship Vivaldi DAC
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    Inspired by 1980s behemoths, PS Audio’s inaugural loudspeakers have a sound to match their striking looks
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  • SME Model 60/Series VA
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  • Rotel DT-6000/RA-6000
    Rotel remains a family-owned hi-fi marque that boasts a three-generation, 60-year history. Now it celebrates its Diamond Anniversary with a very fine disc player and amp
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